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Kalispel Tribe Files Federal Lawsuit to Halt Spokane Tribe's Casino

The Kalispel Tribe of Indians has filed a suit in federal court seeking an immediate halt to the construction of a rival casino being built in Airway Heights by the Spokane Tribe of Indians. The Kalispels' complaint said the the new casino will cause their tribe “significant harm.”Lawyers for the Kalispel tribe filed the civil suit in U.S....

Companies Vie to Remake Seattle Arena to Attract NHL, NBA

Two arena companies have pitched multi-million plans to remake Seattle's KeyArena into a premier entertainment venue that's ready for an NBA or NHL team. Seattle received two proposals ahead of Wednesday's 5 p.m....

State Governor Backs Massive Solar Plant Project

SunPower announced Monday that construction has started on the 56MW Gala Solar Power Plant in Crook County, Oregon. The installation, which is expected to be the state's largest operating solar power plant when it is completed by the end of 2017, is expected to generate around 300 jobs during peak construction....

Alaska Weighs Holiday for Black Soldiers who Built Highway in WWII

Alaska state lawmakers are considering the creation of a holiday to honor the contributions of more than 4,000 black soldiers who endured harsh conditions while building the Alaska Highway during World War II....

State Moving Forward With $20M Alaskan Road Project

State transportation officials say construction on a $20 million road project in Fairbanks could begin as soon as this summer thanks to federal funding. The University Avenue project was one of several state road projects Gov....

Heavy Equipment Used to Steal ATM in Alaska

A midtown Anchorage bank had a rather rude awakening after an early morning heist left a gaping hole in the wall. The ATM usually kept inside was nowhere to be seen. The first call to police came from the Anchorage Fire Department, stating that a fire alarm at Denali Federal Credit Union had been tripped at around 2:30 a.m....

Takeuchi Announces FMI Sales as New Northwest Dealer

Takeuchi-US has announced FMI Sales as the latest addition to the Takeuchi dealer network in North America. As a full service equipment distributor, FMI Sales will represent the full line of Takeuchi compact earthmoving equipment....

Case Donates Skid Steer Cutaway to Northwest Iowa College

Case Construction Equipment recently donated a cutaway training model of a Case skid steer loader to the heavy equipment operation and maintenance program at Northwest Iowa Community College in Sheldon, Iowa....

Major Wire Names Westate Machinery New Screen Media Dealer in Northwest

Montreal-based Major Wire Industries Limited has named Westate Machinery Company as its new screen media authorized dealer in Montana, eastern Idaho and parts of Wyoming. The dealership offers all of Major Wire’s screen media solutions, including the Flex-Mat 3 self-cleaning screen media in tensioned and modular versions and optimumwire woven wire....

Much Anticipated Northwest Tenn. Port Construction Scheduled to Begin

UNION CITY, Tenn. (AP) Construction of a highly anticipated Mississippi River port project in northwest Tennessee is expected to start shortly, an official said. Jimmy Williamson, chairman of the Northwest Tennessee Regional Port Authority, said the Port at Cates Landing in Lake County will immediately create 234 jobs when construction begins....

ARRA Funded Projects in the Works in Northwest Ga.

Northwest Georgia is currently home territory to ten American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funded highway projects. Work on all the projects began during the summer of 2009 and cumulatively they are valued at more than $48 million....



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