It’s been 46 days since Weyerhaeuser's union workers went on strike — and this week, after a long and challenging standoff, they’re back to work.
It took more than 1,000 workers on the picket line, countless hours in the rain, and a series of tenuous union negotiations to reach a deal.
Workers say the end of the strike is bittersweet, a mixed bag and a welcome reprieve from the month-long pay loss.
“This has been a long journey and the end is not exactly everything the union . . .