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How spoiled are we that Google’s 600,000-square-foot SLU complex with Vulcan sounds ordinary?

State must fix salmon-blocking culverts


In a case that could have big implications for dams and other development in the Northwest, a federal appeals court panel said Monday that Native American tribes have a right not only to fish for salmon, but for there to be salmon to catch — a ruling that affirms the duty of the United States to protect the habitat of the prized fish under treaties dating back more than 150 years.

Trestle repaired: Let the biking begin


A three-mile-long stretch of Snoqualmie Valley Trail near the City of Snoqualmie is now open following major repairs to the historic Tokul Creek Trestle bridge.

47-story tower plans refined


Douglaston Development has refined its plans for a 47-story hotel and apartment tower at Fifth Avenue and Virginia Street in downtown Seattle.

Vigor Marine has $35M contract to overhaul UW research ship


The R/V Thomas G. Thompson will get new diesel engines and controls from bow to stern.

Park considers plan for historic chalet

Olympic National Park officials are working on a final plan for a historic chalet that's being threatened by a river in a remote wilderness area.

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Owners, builders and manufacturers offer their best tricks and secrets when it comes to building a log cabin.

Our wet climate poses health, life-safety and structural concerns on buildings made with cross-laminated timber panels.

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