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Loyal Heights school to be modernized

By JOURNAL STAFF

A public meeting will be held Sept. 15 on proposed zoning changes the Seattle School District is seeking to modernize and expand Loyal Heights Elementary School.



Stadium Bowl closed due to 3 sinkholes

Tacoma Public Schools has closed the athletic facility at Stadium High School after three sinkholes appeared in the Stadium Bowl.


$80M electrical job in Grant County

Public Utility District No. 2 of Grant County is prequalifying contractors for high-voltage electrical upgrades to the Priest Rapids powerhouse.


Sodo arena is up for its 7th design review; ‘living machine' is proposed to treat waste

By JOURNAL STAFF

A design review board may finally approve Chris Hansen's $490 million Sodo arena on Tuesday.


Arson caused fire in downtown Idaho City

Police are saying the fire that burned down five businesses in downtown Idaho City was set intentionally.


WSCC officials hope $3.5M upgrade will inspire others in Pike-Pine area

By LYNN PORTER

The streetscape on Pike will get lights, paving and planters to help create a campus-like feel.


Construction women have a chance at TV stardom

By JOURNAL STAFF

A production company is planning to film a pilot episode for a reality TV show about women in construction and is looking across the country for five participants.


Japan scales back Olympic stadium

Japan's government has approved a plan to reduce the seating and slash the construction cost of the main stadium for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics after public opposition to the initial design.


Lummi Nation asks feds to reject dock

The Lummi Nation has hired a law firm to help in its efforts to stop the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers issuing a permit for a coal terminal at Cherry Point.


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Crews cleared trails, spread ground cover and performed light yard work.





Beryl Apartments

The six-story Beryl Apartments has opened at 1200 E. Pike St. on Capitol Hill.
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Much has been said about the use of reclaimed and recycled materials, but many non-traditional building alternatives are often overlooked.



Crews cleared trails, spread ground cover and performed light yard work.


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