Top half of Suquamish ferry leaves Tacoma
By JOURNAL STAFF
After 16 months of fabrication at Jesse Co.'s shop in Tacoma, the ferry's superstructure on Wednesday was rolled onto a barge and towed by the tug Pacific Knight to Vigor's Harbor Island Shipyard in Seattle.
Senator: 'Buy America' plan needs flexibility
Trump's order has a provision requiring all steel and iron products be produced in the U.S. at every stage of the process — even if there is nowhere in the U.S. to produce those products.
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.
Graves to be moved from under road
Pike County Road Commissioner Jacky Smith learned through social media that Pounding Mill Road had paved over the Green Wolford Cemetery in Kentucky nearly 40 years ago.