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For most businesses, the recession of the last few years has spelled big problems, everything from plummeting profits to employee layoffs. Terry Moran of Bothell’s Your Master Cobbler never said the recession was a good thing. But he did express a belief that the tumultuous economic times have led folks to seek varying ways to save money. And one way has been to fix or repair a good pair of shoes or a favorite handbag, extending that item’s life, rather than replacing it.
Cousins Tim and Duncan Starostka share what might seem a somewhat different passion considering they are young gentlemen, ages 12 and 14, respectively.
King County’s Solid Waste Division has named 75 local companies — including Northshore's AMEC Earth & Environmental Inc., city of Bothell, In Harmony Sustainable Landscapes, Bastyr University and the Northshore Utility District — to its 2010 Best Workplaces for Recycling and Waste Reduction list.
The University of Washington, Bothell MBA (master of business administration) programs announce Juan Camilo Gomez, Ph.D., as the 2010 MBA Professor of the Year. Gomez,… Continue reading
Inglemoor High graduates Aaron Gazes and Trace Bartoli are co-owners of 206 Entertainment, a music-production and recording studio located within walking distance of Inglemoor.According to… Continue reading
The University of Washington, Bothell master of business administration (MBA) programs announce Chris Boody as the 2010 Distinguished MBA Alumnus of the Year.Boody is the… Continue reading
Kathy Marlowe stops an interview to greet customers at the door and explain to the new visitors that the ice cream, the doughnuts, even the waffle cones on display at Bothell’s new Carousel Cafe and Ice Cream are made fresh, right on the premises.
The Greater Bothell Chamber of Commerce has announced a new location for its networking breakfasts, held the fourth Tuesday of every other month.The new spot… Continue reading
According to the American Heart Association, about 75 percent of strokes happen without the victims feeling any prior symptoms or warning signs.
As widely expected, Kenmore City Council has approved extending the development contract for the delayed Kenmore Village mixed-use construction project.
First, the good news. According to State Sen. Rosemary McAuliffe, D-Bothell, local economic development is alive and well as witnessed by Bothell’s recent progress on the long-planned Crossroads project.
Dwayne Burnell, a local Bothell businessman, published his first written work this year,"A Path to Financial Peace of Mind." It challenges the status quo of… Continue reading
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.