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Bertha's replacement bearing awaits

By JOURNAL STAFF

The 34 wooden cases sit silently in a nondescript warehouse in South Seattle, reminiscent of Hangar 51 from “Raiders of the Lost Ark” but on a smaller scale.


Selig files plans for office building on Harrison in Lower Queen Anne

By JOURNAL STAFF

Martin Selig Real Estate has filed plans to build a 153,000-square-foot office building in Lower Queen Anne.


Nowoj now head of Mortenson in Seattle

By BENJAMIN MINNICK

New general manager John Nowoj says his goal is to keep an even split of high rises and infrastructure projects.


Senate OKs highway bill, sends it back to House

By JOAN LOWY

The Transportation Department says by Friday the highway trust fund will no longer have enough money to cover promised aid to states.


Touchstone to start 1st & Stewart tower

By JOURNAL STAFF

Touchstone Corp. is gearing up to build an 11-story hotel and apartment building at First and Stewart, a block from Pike Place Market.


Big parts center for Paccar in Renton

By JOURNAL STAFF

Sales are up at Paccar so now the truck builder is preparing to double the size of its parts business by building a 176,000-square-foot distribution center on its 80-acre Renton campus.


New Oregon park has an old ranch feel

By RAELYNN RICARTE

A storyboard fence behind a historic barn tells about the struggles of early settlers.


Open house for Federal Way rail

By JOURNAL STAFF

Sound Transit will hold an open house on the Federal Way Link extension at 3 p.m. Thursday at Federal Way Transit Center Plaza, 31621 23rd Ave. S.


Drilling rig for Alaska's North Slope

ConocoPhillips Alaska and oil field contractor Doyon Drilling have announced plans to build a new rotary drilling rig for the Kuparuk River unit on the North Slope.


Kirkland refines aquatic center plans

By JOURNAL STAFF

The city has refined its conceptual design for an aquatic, recreation and community center that could be built at Juanita Beach Park or on the site of North Kirkland Community Center.


Historic chalet to be moved from shifting Quinault River

Olympic National Park says it's moving forward with a plan to move a historic chalet that's being threatened by the shifting east fork of the Quinault River.


Worker is rescued from Yakima flagpole

Fire crews have rescued a man who passed out while repairing a flagpole atop the federal courthouse in Yakima on Monday.


Waste Management selling unit for $2B

Waste Management is selling a subsidiary to Energy Capital Partners for $1.94 billion as part of its effort to focus on its core business.


Idaho opens $111M highway extension

A new stretch of highway in southwestern Idaho will be open to the public next month.


Worker killed at Wyoming jobsite

An accident at a construction site in western Wyoming has claimed the life of a 23-year-old man.


‘Pawn Stars' shopping plaza to cost $2M

The long parade of tourists who regularly stop by the downtown Las Vegas shop featured on the History Channel reality show “Pawn Stars” could soon have something better to do while waiting in line.


Crayola considers building more family attractions around the U.S.

By MICHAEL RUBINKAM

Crayon manufacturer Crayola is building a family attraction in Florida, similar to the one it operates in its home state of Pennsylvania, and more could be on the way around the country if the new place does well.


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If Congress fails to act by Aug. 1, the Federal Highway Administration will institute uniform cash management procedures to distribute federal dollars.



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

If Congress fails to act by Aug. 1, the Federal Highway Administration will institute uniform cash management procedures to distribute federal dollars.

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