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Judge to ex-billionaire: ‘Where's the money?'

By MATT VOLZ

The founder of a Montana club for the ultra-rich will stay in jail until a federal judge is satisfied that he understands what happened to the money from a Mexican resort sold in violation of a court order.

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Beryl: 88 new units at 12th & Pike

By JOURNAL STAFF

Tarragon has opened the 88-unit Beryl Apartments at 1200 E. Pike St. on Capitol Hill.


Douglaston shows design for tower

By JOURNAL STAFF

Douglaston Development is designing its 45-story Seattle tower to appeal to the next generation of residents and tourists.


Southcenter adds Round 1 Bowling

By JOURNAL STAFF

Round 1 Bowling & Amusement has opened its first Washington state location in Westfield Southcenter.


Kickstarter for Tieton post office

A campaign has launched in support of bringing a mosaic facade to Tieton's post office.


S'Kallam rock now on historic register

An area of spiritual significance to the S'Kallam people has been added to the Washington state register of historic places.


Construction begins on Bend campus

Construction is under way to build an Oregon State University campus in Bend that was delayed for a year by legal challenges.


Contractor wanted for Aloha Inn rehab

By JOURNAL STAFF

Catholic Housing Services of Western Washington is looking for a general contractor to renovate the Aloha Inn, a transitional housing complex on Aurora Avenue.


‘Citizen of the year' jailed for $15M real estate fraud

Kelly Gearhart admitted selling the same lots in a California real estate project to multiple investors, telling them that they would be paid back with interest.


Madison House rehab completed

By JOURNAL STAFF

Madison House Independent and Assisted Living Community is holding a grand reopening July 30 after completing a $3.5 million renovation of the interior and exterior.


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