Reporter Rolf Boone covers business news for The Olympian. He can be reached at 360-754-5403 or email@example.com.
Tumwater Veterinary Hospital is set to have an open house to show off its new location on Littlerock Road.
Remember the Disney character Tinker Bell, the fairy that fluttered about Peter Pan? Now, imagine a place filled with fairies and fairy-themed products, demanded by customers and shipped throughout the country and the world.
The town and cities of Bucoda, Tenino, Rainier and Yelm have each received $10,000 from the Port of Olympia as part of its small cities economic development program.
A jet plane crash-landed in Tumwater Thursday afternoon, but no one was hurt and those aboard later enjoyed a barbecue lunch to reflect on the experience.
The Thurston Economic Development Council and the Tenino Area Chamber of Commerce have teamed up to survey Tenino-area businesses in May and June. The surveys will determine how the two organizations can better serve those businesses.
Thurston County bankruptcy filings rose 2 percent in the first quarter, a sign that the upward trajectory in credit defaults hasn't eased just yet even though the economy continues to show signs of improvement.
The federal sequester law strikes again.
The Port of Olympia commission is set to take its commission meetings on the road, beginning in Rainier next week and ending in Bucoda in July.
Two Lacey organizations -- Saint Martin's University and Earth Friendly Products -- have won environmental excellence awards from the Association of Washington Business for 2013.
Tacoma Goodwill's Longview operations, an area that includes Thurston County, currently is enrolling low-income seniors, 55 or older for a federally funded senior community service employment program.