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More I-5 panels getting replaced

By JOURNAL STAFF

Granite Construction Co. has been working since August to replace hundreds of concrete panels on southbound Interstate 5 between state Route 104 in Mountlake Terrace and Northeast 117th Street in Seattle.


Shell deposit halts Bertha’s rescue pit

By JOURNAL STAFF

WSDOT says no artifacts or human remains were found, but the deposit requires further evaluation.


Potelco expands its Sumner headquarters

By JOURNAL STAFF

After a 9,500-square-foot addition, the company is now remodeling its offices.

ST manager named Person of the Year

By JOURNAL STAFF

Sound Transit Construction Management Director Richard (Dick) Sage won the Person of the Year award from the Construction Management Association of America.


Selig pays $17M for Belltown site

By JOURNAL STAFF

An entity related to Martin Selig Real Estate paid $16.9 million for three parcels at Third Avenue and Lenora Street where it is planning an office and residential high rise.


Feds spending $353M for water system upgrades

By RACHEL D’ORO

Port Townsend is getting $14.2 million for water system improvements. It is the only city in Washington to get funding.


2nd & Virginia tower will start as condos, but could be apartments

By LYNN PORTER

Continental Properties will start construction early next year on a 34-story tower at Second Avenue and Virginia Street in downtown Seattle that will be built as condos.


Snohomish County to pay $232K settlement to ZGF

The Snohomish County Council agreed to pay a $232,000 settlement to an architectural firm that was removed from the new courthouse project over budget concerns.


Wildlife crashes increase in Oregon

By JOSEPH ROSE

The number of reported auto crashes and injuries involving wildlife on state roads has increased dramatically in the past decade, according to an analysis by The Oregonian.


Mount Baker road closed for winter

The Washington Transportation Department has closed its first section of a highway for the winter.


State studying risks from oil shipping

By JOURNAL STAFF

A group of state agencies recently released a preliminary study assessing the risk of shipping oil through the state and outlining recommendations about how to address them.


Caterpillar earnings up, outlook raised

CEO and Chairman Doug Oberhelman said that he is hopeful that economic growth will pick up next year.


Broken pipe repaired in Tacoma

A failed plug caused the service disruption Tuesday night.


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Crews were filming an episode of the new TV series “The Man in the High Castle,” which lays out a scenario that Germany and Japan won WW II.






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.

Crews were filming an episode of the new TV series “The Man in the High Castle,” which lays out a scenario that Germany and Japan won WW II.

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