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Construction crew finds 150-ton rock

Halvorson Construction Group may give the boulder to the city of Everett.


Revolve finishing one apartment project and then starting another

By JOURNAL STAFF

Yardhouse on Capitol Hill is slated to open next month.

Point Ruston getting WildFin Grill

By JOURNAL STAFF

The restaurant will open next spring along with the Century Building, which will have a nine-screen theater, 44 condos and 95 apartments.


More delays for $571M nuke waste plant in Idaho

Malfunctions with the Integrated Waste Treatment Unit continue to cause delays. It was supposed to open in 2012.


San Diego's $2.5B plan would turn sewer water into drinking water

By ELLIOT SPAGAT

About a third of the city's daily water supply, 83 million gallons, could be recycled by 2035 from the sewers.


Sound Transit seeks OK to raise money

By JOURNAL STAFF

Property, sales and motor vehicle taxes could be increased.


Real estate tech firm hires McGinn

By JOURNAL STAFF

DriveDecisions develops 3-D mapping software to help real estate investors, developers and urban planners find and evaluate real estate opportunities.


Lowe's, Home Depot profits up sharply

Earnings for the home improvement retailers were hampered earlier this year by bad weather, rising mortgage rates and a tight housing supply.


Work starts soon on $40B canal

China’s HKND Group will build the inter-oceanic canal.


2nd lawsuit planned over Hanford vapors

Hanford Challenge, along with United Association Local 598 and Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility, intend to sue the DOE and its contractor, Washington River Protection Solutions.


Italy tosses case where 3,000 died after asbestos contamination

The Court of Cassation ruled that the statute of limitations had expired in the environmental negligence case.


Two groups call for Hanford nuke plant closure

They say the Columbia Generating Station should be closed because of worries about the storage pool that cools used nuclear fuel.


Mount Spokane ski expansion approved

Operators will get more land on the mountain’s northwest face to build a new lift and seven runs.


U of A picks firm to design $245M plant

Stanley Consultants has a $13.6 million contract to design the plant.


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The nine-minute video details how several levels of government cooperated to move the repairs along.




Recent “Champions of Sustainability” include Avista Corp. for its corporate headquarters. The next winner, The Allen Institute for Brain Science, will be honored at the November 2nd Seahawks game.

The nine-minute video details how several levels of government cooperated to move the repairs along.

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