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Issaquah senior community adds auditorium

By JOURNAL STAFF

Crews recently finished an 8,100-square-foot auditorium that is part of the $154.5 million second phase for Timber Ridge at Talus that is wrapping up in Issaquah. The continuing care retirement community is at 100 Timber Ridge Way N.W.


Building on Second Ave. nominated as landmark

By LYNN PORTER

Seattle's Landmarks Preservation Board voted unanimously Wednesday to nominate the Mama's Mexican Kitchen building at 2234 Second Ave. in Belltown as a city landmark.


More HOT lanes opening on SR 167

By JOURNAL STAFF

Six miles of new high-occupancy toll lanes will open Dec. 17 on state Route 167 through Auburn.


Artists fear crackdown after fatal Oakland fire

By JOCELYN GECKER

People living in buildings with numerous code violations fear their lifestyles and the Bay Area's vibrant art scene are endangered.


Wind project may get an eagle permit

One of the biggest wind energy projects in the U.S. has cleared a major hurdle toward getting a federal permit allowing it to kill eagles.


Belltown hotel/apartment tower doubles in size, but not in height

By BRIAN MILLER

When plans were last seen in March for a 17-story hotel/condo tower in Belltown, the dimensions were tight.


Port of Tacoma site sells for $28M; new owner plans logistics center

By JOURNAL STAFF

Pierce County records show the sale of almost 53 acres at the Port of Tacoma for $28 million.


Kodiak spaceport launch pushed into 2017

Operators of the Pacific Spaceport Complex in Kodiak say the facility's next launch won't take place before the end of the year as previously reported.


DOE may miss Hanford deadlines

The U.S. Department of Energy is at risk of missing new court-enforced deadlines for emptying some radioactive waste storage tanks on the Hanford Nuclear Reservation.


Seattle energy consultant seeks dismissal of charges in $24M Oregon solar project

Prosecutors say Martin Shain created a fake invoice from a fictional subcontractor to help secure nearly $12 million in tax credits.


Dakota Access pipeline builder fights $15K fine

By BLAKE NICHOLSON

The company building the Dakota Access oil pipeline is fighting North Dakota regulators' efforts to impose a fine of at least $15,000 after working on land where Native American artifacts were found without running it by the commission that oversees pipelines.


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