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Weyerhaeuser moving HQ to Pioneer Square

By JOURNAL STAFF

Weyerhaeuser Co. is moving its headquarters from Federal Way to Pioneer Square.


Wanted: ‘A great new bridge' for Seattle's new waterfront

By LYNN PORTER

The city's waterfront design manager says the goal is to "roll out the red carpet so that Seattleites come back to the waterfront."


New air museum opens doors in Central Oregon

The Airshow of the Cascades, the air museum in development at the Madras Airport for more than a year, has opened to the public for the first time.


Housing market struggles to gain traction

By JOSH BOAK

Sales have been hampered since October by modest wage growth, a bump in mortgage rates and many builders focusing on apartments and high-end homes.


Coast Guard starts $19M housing project in Alaska

By JULIE HERMANN

The project in Kodiak is the only new housing being built for the Coast Guard.


Ex-inmate suing Oregon over injury

A 32-year-old former inmate who claims he injured his knee while climbing down from his prison bunk bed is suing the state of Oregon for $49,637.


N.Y. hotel leveled for $66M convention center

Fireworks exploded and crowds cheered as the Wellington Hotel Annex disappeared into a cloud of beige dust.


Cleanup begins after rocket explodes

A military safety team will clean up unexploded rocket fuel and other potentially dangerous debris at the Kodiak Launch Complex following an explosion Monday of a rocket carrying an experimental Army strike weapon.


92-year-old revisits Sitka causeway he helped build

Marion Kirkham was a truck driver 72 years ago for the project.


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Two finalists will go on expense-paid trips to a championship event at a “high profile” venue.




A Tacoma shipping company installed rain gardens three years ago to control stormwater runoff. Today, the gardens are a model for other businesses.

Two finalists will go on expense-paid trips to a championship event at a “high profile” venue.

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