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WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 2016






Juno being sued over leukemia drug study

Juno Therapeutics and its CEO, Hans E. Bishop, are being named in a lawsuit over whether the biotechnology company misled investors about the death of a patient in a key study involving its drug intended to treat leukemia.

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The venerable Tradewinds Motor Inn at Third Ave. and Lincoln will be renovated by the Howard Johnson chain with an eye toward preserving the 1960s architecture. (Jesse Tinsley / SR)

Deal reached to renovate Trade Winds motel

The vacant Trade Winds Motor Inn will undergo a $3 million renovation this year and reopen as a Howard Johnson Hotel. The announcement comes after the initial news of the plans broke in May. A deal has been struck to ...

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TUESDAY, JULY 12, 2016




The Dirt

Here's the dirt

See the latest new construction, business openings and closures and progress on ongoing projects here.


Blogs


Complete interview with Gabe Marks

Our most recent story about prolific Washington State wide receiver Gabe Marks tells the story of a particularly insightful interview we had last spring. That story, "Gabe Marks is a ...


Weekend Wild Card — 7.23-24. 16

I'm facing another weekend of fence-building with my neighbor. Once we get the back fence built, I have one last honey-do item on the agenda and then it's kick back ...


You have 50 choices

S-R intern Tyson Bird brought cookies to work on his last day with us. It has been a pleasure to have him here. I first printed a column submission from ...




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Saving for the future

sponsored According to two 2015 surveys, 62 percent of Americans do not have enough savings to handle an unexpected emergency, much less any long-term plans.


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