Wallace, Vitamilk families gear up for final phase: Green Lake North
By BRIAN MILLER
Prologis Park SeaTac sold for $6M
By JOURNAL STAFF
Prologis acquired the property through one of its AMB investments funds in 2002 for $2.9 million.
Strike ends: Teamsters, concrete firms reach a deal
A contract was ratified today by 92 percent of the 294 sand and gravel workers.
Idaho city to pay after chemical burns children
News reports say city employees left toxic paint stripper on graffiti in a park.
Concrete strike could expand to more workers
By BENJAMIN MINNICK
Alaska fish plant damaged by fire
The plant’s offices, the processing section and the facility’s large freezer were destroyed. Still standing are housing quarters for about 150 workers, the egg processing house and part of the dock.
25-ton bronze sphere back at WTC site
Workers on Wednesday began hoisting sections of the Koenig Sphere into its permanent home at the new Liberty Park overlooking the 9/11 memorial.
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