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The Loft above Russell's Dining & Bar at 3305 Monte Villa Parkway in Bothell will host an open house from 5-8 p.m. May 11.
Bothell High's Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) students picked up awards at the recent state conference in Yakima.The are:• Christine Weldy — First Place… Continue reading
“Cup Cake in a Can,” an idea produced by freshmen Martin Yanagihara, Kelsey Dill, Tylor Jones and Lisa Pesin, topped the competition at the University of Washington, Bothell's ninth-annual "Hell Night," a student entrepreneurship competition.
A number of years back, Mohamed Souaiaia was working at a grocery store. He recalls that a young co-worker didn’t know what an apricot was.
University of Washington, Bothell undergraduate accounting students placed third in the Beta Alpha Psi regional competition April 9-10 in Spokane.
How she treats her patients might not be simply explained, but what she mostly treats can be summed up in one word. “The No. 1 symptom I treat is pain,” said Elisha Weinberg of Kenmore’s Ayaffa Healing Space.
Education and regional economic development will be the topic at a May 12 luncheon of the Greater Bothell Chamber of Commerce.
A Web site dedicated to family activities, RubySlipperGuide.com, has named Bothell’s Jump Planet the best play space on the Eastside in its 2010 survey.
Hopelink, a Redmond-based nonprofit organization serving people in need in north and east King County, has hired Bothell's Lauren Thomas as its new chief financial officer/chief operating officer.
Electronic Business Machines President Dick Schlosser has announced the hiring of Bothell resident Michael Hall as its new sales manager.
Community Transit introduced its Visionary Awards 13 years ago to recognize employers in Snohomish County and Bothell who support Washington’s Commute Trip Reduction (CTR) goals, employee transportation coordinators who promote CTR and employees and commuters who reduce vehicle trips to work by using alternative transportation.
Maybe she used it because of her management background, though a Google search shows the term usually comes up in reference to government jobs.
Like most other businesses, they started out small. Actually, really small, with each partner depositing $75 into a business checking account.
A team of five master of business administration (MBA) students from the University of Washington, Bothell won the Pacific Northwest Investment Research Challenge organized recently by the Seattle CFA Society after competing against teams from seven other universities in the region.
Cascadia Community College and Bismarck State College in North Dakota recently signed an articulation agreement that provides an opportunity for students in Cascadia’s environmental technologies and sustainable practices program to easily pursue a bachelor’s degree at Bismarck.
Rock Wood Fired Pizza and Spirits (1918 201st Place S.E., Bothell) will hold a fund-raiser to benefit the Multiple Sclerosis Walk, which will take place April 11 in Seattle. The goal is to raise $1,800,000 for the greater Northwest area, and the Rock hopes to help with this effort.
If you’ve looked up at the right moment while driving on Northeast Bothell Way, you already know discount supermarket Grocery Outlet is about to get a new Kenmore location.
The University of Washington, Bothell is currently accepting applications for a bachelor of arts (BA) in business administration with concentrations in entrepreneurship, finance and international business at its Bellevue-based Eastside Leadership Center (ELC).
Bothell High's Christine Weldy took first place in the Web Site Development division and the following Cougar students won ribbons at the Future Business Leaders… Continue reading