Grosvenor gets $43M for Peloton complex
By JOURNAL STAFF
Here's what Clise data center at Sixth & Bell might look like
The new design has just nine stories and a 40-foot-high base containing retail and office space. Architects say the changes will make for a better scale along Bell Street.
$215,000 fine after shaft injures worker
Industrial Container Services was cited after a worker became entangled in a rotating shaft.
Funding still short for fixing culverts
By PHUONG LE
The state says it would need to fix an average of 30 to 40 culverts a year by 2030, spending $310 million every biennium, to comply with a 2013 court injunction.
Tiny WALL-E look-alike inspects Alaska pipeline
Rodis is the latest in crawler pigs, and patrols small pipelines previously considered ‘unpiggable.'
Snohomish PUD to start hydro projects
The projects on Calligan and Hancock creeks would each generate about 6 megawatts of electricity.
Oregon finds money to upgrade schools, but not state Capitol
By JONATHAN J. COOPER and SHEILA V. KUMAR
$164 million is needed to begin the Capitol renovation.
Solar-powered batteries will help homes, businesses go off the grid
By CALEB JONES
Henk Rogers — famous for discovering the video game Tetris — has been testing the system in Hawaii and plans to launch his new venture Aug. 1.
Lacey Super 8 Motel closes after possible Legionnaires' outbreak
Over the past month, three cases of the disease have been confirmed with a possible connection to the motel.
Idaho resort to build new lodge
Schweitzer Mountain Resort’s board has approved plans for the two-story, $3.8 million lodge.
Falling staircase crushes man at California apartment
Residents say there are other unstable staircases at the 280-unit apartment complex built in 2001.
Alaska trail expert busy with projects
Geoff Orth has helped develop new trail systems in Fairbanks, including the 11-mile Ester Dome Singletrack-Happy Valley Trail.
Grants Pass warehouse to become sobering center
The Oregon Legislature approved a $500,000 grant for the project.
State OKs $250,000 for vets cemetery
The money will go to cleaning graves, realigning headstones, removing trees, replacing damaged headstones and repairing a sprinkler system.
Texas wants its gold back but storage will be pricey
By WILL WEISSERT
The new Texas Bullion Depository exists in name but not reality. It would hold 5,600 gold bars now in a Manhattan vault.
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