Waterfront property? Time to plan now
By DAN EVANS and STEVE DUFFY
The Highway 99 project is already affecting real estate decisions ahead of an unprecedented transformation of Seattle's waterfront.
Puyallup official gets labor law fine
An audit found John Hopkins used unreported and unlicensed workers at commercial properties he owns in the city.
Taco Bell, McDonald's lose the logos, try out some stealthy, hipster moves
By CANDICE CHOI
It's hard to tell that PepsiCo makes the new craft soda Caleb's and or that The Corner cafe, which sells lentils and eggplant, is really a 'learning lab' for McDonald's.
Huh? Decoding the jargon of mutual funds
By STAN CHOE
Many funds are now touting their active-share levels to show they have the potential to turn in much different returns than index funds
DPD seeks input on industrial land
By JOURNAL STAFF
The city wants to maintain and strengthen industrial business as part of its comp plan update.
5 tips for handling high health care deductibles
By TOM MURPHY
Customers could face some daunting cost-sharing requirements in the first few months of the year.
Colorado pot businesses grow less than they could
By DONNA BRYSON
Of Colorado’s 312 cities and towns, 228 prohibit medical and retail pot licenses.
Idaho courthouse roof almost fixed
Building inspectors have issued a permanent certificate of occupancy.
Jim Olson will give a talk at UW
The founding partner of Olson Kundig Architects will talk about the 50 years he has spent working on his cabin in Longbranch.
Port of Lewiston dredging finished
The work will help barge traffic.
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