Not all gas is the same. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez, file)

Sound & Sea Tech in Edmonds wins $15 million contract

New testing from AAA has uncovered significant differences in the quality of gasoline sold at fuel retailers in the United States. Among brands tested, non-Top Tier gasolines caused 19 times more engine deposits than Top Tier brands after just 4,000 miles of simulated driving. To protect vehicle investments, AAA urges drivers to use a gasoline that meets TOP TIER standards for engine cleanliness and performance. For more information, go to

Sound & Sea Tech in Edmonds wins $15 million contract

The Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Engineering and Expeditionary Warfare Center has awarded a $15 million contract to Edmonds-headquartered Sound & Sea Technology, Inc. to integrate and install an underwater cable system in support of the Seismo-Hydroacoustic Data Acquisition System. This is the largest task order from the Navy that the woman-owned small business has been awarded.

U-Haul hosts job fair in Lynnwood

U-Haul seeks to fill at least a dozen positions in the north Puget Sound area. The company plans to hold a job fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday at the U-Haul Storage of North Lynnwood, 14429 Highway 99, Lynnwood. Applicants should be able to provide a resumé or work history; parking will be designated at the U-Haul facility; compensation depends on position and experience.

RSVP for Smokey Point Behavorial Hospital’s groundbreaking

Smokey Point Behavioral Hospital has invited the public to celebrate their ground breaking at a ceremony and luncheon to be held at the site of their new facility. The event is at 11 a.m. July 26 at 3955 156th St. NE, Marysville. RSVP by Wednesday to Larisa Klein at 646-935-9472 or email to

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