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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.

Wallace, Vitamilk families gear up for final phase: Green Lake North

By BRIAN MILLER

CollinsWoerman is designing a six-story building with about 133 units, retail and parking.


Strike ends: Teamsters, concrete firms reach a deal

By JOURNAL STAFF

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.


SeaTac says new road opens up new development opportunities

By JOURNAL STAFF

The $14 million road completes a new arterial corridor between South 188th Street in SeaTac and South 216th Street in Des Moines.


Suspected car thief climbs LA port crane, dies in fall

The man broke a window and climbed into the crane cab, then climbed out, walked to the end of the crane over water as darkness fell.


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.


Skagit County looks at electric ferry for Guemes Island run

Since 2014, the county's Ferry Division has spent nearly half of its annual $2.5 million operating budget on maintenance and repairs of the existing vessel.


Judges favor Christie's 127-mile N.J. dune project

Property owners say the dune plan is an unwarranted government land grab and a waste of scarce taxpayer dollars.


Works begins on $1.6B NYC train hall

The light-filled train hall will be built across from the cramped and dark Penn Station.


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.


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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