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After 20 years or so of designing games for other people, Don Cornelson decided he wanted to take the plunge himself. “I finally decided it was time to make a move and make an impact,” he said.
The color pink is everywhere and has become synonymous with showing support for breast-cancer awareness.Now, women can wear their support around the clock with the… Continue reading
The troubled economy has local students flocking to Cascadia Community College this fall. With family budgets tightening and unemployment rising, many people are looking for… Continue reading
Evergreen Hospital Medical Center was ranked first in Washington and in the top 5 percent of hospitals in the nation for treatment of stroke by… Continue reading
During a recent breakfast meeting of the Greater Bothell Chamber of Commerce, Bothell Community Development Director Bill Wiselogle argued that despite the economic turmoil of recent times, the city has plenty on tap in terms of private development.
The Office Support Services Association (OSSA) will sponsor its fall kickoff event from 6:45-8:30 p.m. Oct. 14 at the Bellevue Regional Library (room 3), 1111… Continue reading
Sharing a wall seems to have led to sharing a growing friendship, as well as a Sept. 16 formal grand opening for two local entrepreneurs… Continue reading
Speaking at a ribbon cutting for an expanded 44,000-square-foot facility in Bothell’s Canyon Park area last Wednesday, Gov. Chris Gregoire said she never thought she… Continue reading
“We’re now coming up the other side,” was the basic message Fred Dickson, senior vice president and chief market strategist for D.A. Davidson and Co.,… Continue reading
The University of Washington, Bothell MBA (Master of Business Administration) Program's officials have announced what the university bills as a one-of-a-kind Leadership MBA (LMBA) at… Continue reading