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Grow Community on Bainbridge is NAHB's top green project

By JOURNAL STAFF

Grow Community on Bainbridge Island won the platinum award in the 2014 Green Community category from the National Association of Home Builders.


Oregon puts up $400K forgivable loan to help Springfield mill rebuild

By CHRISTIAN HILL

Construction is expected to begin this summer on the 330,000-square-foot replacement mill that will be built with steel.


Hyatt House to open in April

By JOURNAL STAFF

Hyatt House, a two-year-old chain of extended-stay hotels, will open a new hotel in April in the shadow of the Space Needle, at Broad and John streets.


State grants $350K for aerospace park

By JOURNAL STAFF

Moses Lake is seeking to solidify its role as a hub for aviation, manufacturing and technology.


Children's looks for more office, R&D space in Seattle

By NAT LEVY

Seattle Children's Research Institute now occupies about 330,000 square feet downtown and in Laurelhurst.


WSU to build $16M multicultural center

By JOURNAL STAFF

Washington State University plans to hire a consultant to create a conceptual design for a 16,000-square-foot Multicultural Center at Stadium Drive and Main Street on the Pullman campus.


Check out the new 3-D printers at Boise library

By KATY MOELLER

Al Pittman couldn't find the part he wanted at the hardware store, so he went to the library and made it himself.


Regulators order pipeline upgrades after oil spill in Yellowstone River

By MATTHEW BROWN

To install a new sections of pipeline, Bridger Pipeline must use directional drilling.


Controversial Bend project called a ‘living lab' for how to save wetlands

By DYLAN J. DARLING

But critics say flooding Ryan Ranch may help Oregon spotted frogs while pushing out other species that have come to rely on the meadow.


Students help NASA monitor Alaska quakes

It's not quite rocket science, but close enough, and closer to home — students in the Tribal Scholars Program began cutting-edge earthquake monitoring research in a partnership with NASA.


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