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Edward Jones financial adviser Teresa Starman is hosting a free 60-minute educational seminar titled "Roth IRAs: Retirement Can Be Less Taxing" at 6:30 p.m. Feb.… Continue reading
James Sprague, owner of Fancy Plants Gardens, in Bothell, is preparing materials for “Complements,” a display designed by award-winning Pamela Richards Garden Design and Susan… Continue reading
According to Bothell Assistant City Manager Terrie Battuello, the city began to take steps recently to exploit a $500,000 state economic grant won by the… Continue reading
The University of Washington, Bothell has named Barry Weisband as the new director of its Business Development Center (BDC).Housed within the UW-Bothell business program, the… Continue reading
Bothell’s Brinks Home Security, Craig Sawyer Designs, Harley Exteriors, Sundance Energy Service and Wardrobe Design will exhibit at the 2010 Bellevue Home Show Jan. 22-24… Continue reading
A kitchen island complete with a stove top dominates the cooking/dining area of Regina Hunsaker’s large, comfortable-looking Bothell home. And, by the way, regarding that kitchen island and her cooktop, Hunsaker likes them right where they are.
Jennifer Koval has been selected to manage KeyBank’s new branch in Canyon Park — Bothell. The branch is nearing completion and is expected to open Feb. 16.
The Snohomish County Chapter of the American Red Cross has named four local business leaders to its board of directors and added a new director of development to its staff.
Molina Healthcare of Washington, located in Bothell, recently announced that John Robinson, M.D., has been promoted from medical director to chief medical officer of its health plan, a subsidiary Molina Healthcare, Inc. In his new role, Robinson will be responsible for oversight of the Integrated Health Services, Quality Improvement, Credentialing and Pharmacy functions of the health plan.
Like many homeowners and moms, Bothell’s Cindy Sawyer was either constantly straightening crooked hand towels or picking them up off the floor after her young children used them. Even when she was preparing family meals, she noticed how often her kitchen towel would slip off the handle whenever she opened the oven door.
According to the company Web site, major publisher The McGraw-Hill Companies Inc., have been in business since 1909. Director of product development in McGraw-Hill’s Bothell offices, Polly Stansell said one goal of the well-known firm is to grow its digital or Web-based educational offerings. Hoping to draw on Northwest talent and know-how, McGraw-Hill launched its new Center for Digital Innovation over the summer.
Based in Stamford, Conn., Frontier Communications is well on its way to becoming your local cable TV provider.By a 6-0 vote, Kenmore City Council on… Continue reading
Sandeep Krishnamurthy, professor and director of the University of Washington-Bothell business program, said this was the school’s first try at getting the program ranked nationally.Whatever… Continue reading
The University of Washington-Bothell’s part-time Master in Business Administration (MBA) program has been nationally ranked by Business Week magazine as No. 3 in the Pacific… Continue reading
Sometimes, you just want to stay where everybody knows your name. “I think if we’re going to make it with our business, it will be... where everybody knows me,” said Arturo Sahagun, who after 10 years of working for Jalisco Mexican restaurant in Canyon Park, struck out on his own in early October, opening Pasion Tequila on Bothell Way Northeast.