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Amex cardholders will get fancy new hangout at Sea-Tac Airport

By JOURNAL STAFF

American Express is building a network of upscale airport lounges and will put one at Sea-Tac Airport.


SOU students say scrap the pool

A massive $29 million remodeling of Southern Oregon University's McNeal Pavilion will dramatically change the school's athletic complex. Some of that change will come from subtraction, as the architects' current model eliminates the university's pool.


$410M in Army Corps projects coming to Alaska

By ELWOOD BREHMER

About a third of the budget will go to environmental work.


15-story apartment complex for SLU

By JOURNAL STAFF

Tarragon LLC has plans to build a 15-story apartment tower at 701 Valley St. in South Lake Union. The site is on the east side of Aurora Avenue North.


GIS pays $1M for Bel-Red Road site

By JOURNAL STAFF

An entity related to GIS International Group paid $1.25 million for a 1.7-acre site along Bel-Red Road in Bellevue, property records show.


Last call for Tacoma's 911 Building

By JOURNAL STAFF

Engineers determined the century-old building's structural and electrical systems are unsafe and the county will demolish it.

Blume to start a nine-story SLU apartment complex next spring

By JOURNAL STAFF

Blume Co. Real Estate wants to start construction next spring on a nine-story apartment complex it says will enhance the Cascade neighborhood in South Lake Union by adding open space and pedestrian paths.


Lawsuit filed to stop Snake River dredging

By NICHOLAS K. GERANIOS

Environmental groups and the Nez Perce Tribe have filed a lawsuit to stop proposed dredging of the lower Snake River to aid barge traffic from Lewiston, Idaho — the farthest inland seaport on the West Coast.


Rainier entrance closed by floods

Officials at Mount Rainier National Park have temporarily closed park access at the Nisqually entrance because of flooding.


Hilcorp buys Fairbanks LNG plant

Hilcorp is working to secure equipment necessary to grow the plant.


Sewer workers find 1920 heirloom ring

It took sewer workers in Southern Oregon a couple of days of looking, but they finally found a 1920 wedding ring a local woman lost in a church toilet.


Bremerton shipyard to hire 850 helpers

The Puget Sound Naval Shipyard plans to hire 850 helpers — an entry-level position that allows workers to advance in production trades.


Toxic plume spreading from Long Island defense plant

By FRANK ELTMAN

Some are calling for a $500 million well system to stop the plume.


Suspicious fires in Juneau landmark

Suspicious fires inside Juneau's Merchants Wharf have police and fire officials concerned that the historic waterfront building could go up in flames.


Pebble Mine case injunction granted

A federal judge has ordered the Environmental Protection Agency to halt work on additional steps to protect Bristol Bay from damage from potential large-scale mining.


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The contractor has provided 7.8 million meals nationally over the past six years.





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 contractor has provided 7.8 million meals nationally over the past six years.

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