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Bill Marcum’s near-decade reign as publisher of Courier-Herald newspapers is coming to an end.
Every community needs a music store – that’s what Barb Shane thought to herself 25 years ago as Enumclaw’s Scandia Music was closing its doors.
A new jib park will be open at Crystal Mountain this winter, in addition to the gondola that is currently under construction.
As a soccer coach, Paul Adams’ players always seemed to be fighting the weather.
Corporate coffee chain Tully’s has made a radical change to its business model.
Last May, Performance Equine Dental and Vet developed a new fixture on its back road farm property: a small animal dental and veterinary service.
Bonney Lake resident and independent PartyLite consultant Elise Hughes recently celebrated her business achievements with a six-day, expense-paid Mediterranean cruise.
In May, Performance Equine Dental and Vet developed a new fixture on its back road farm property: a small animal dental and veterinary service.
The only constant in life is change; you can expend your energy resisting it or you can unleash the energy by being a willing catalyst.
Years of collecting antiques resulted in a second career for Sharon Porter. After retiring from Boeing following 30 years of employment, Porter only had to look at the stocked shelves of her Buckley home to provide inventory for Porter Street Antiques. The Enumclaw business opened May 1 at 1219 Initial Ave., just a half-block west of Cole Street.
For years Wade and Judy Bennett have worked side-by-side with the best farmers in the region at farmers markets.
Mutual of Enumclaw recently received a 2010 Community Service Award for “Helping People in Need” from the Association of Washington Business.
Stylists from corporate salon Hair Masters' Bonney Lake location will be donating their time to help ease unemployment. Their solution? Haircuts. "A haircut can make (an unemployed person) feel better about themselves, give them a fresh outlook," Manager Tami Griffin said. "They'll be able to go into a job interview with more self-confidence."
Enumclaw's Suburban Soul is expanding its operation to Issaquah and shooting for a June 18 opening.
Washington’s unemployment rate fell in April for the first time in more than three years, backed by an increase of 5,800 jobs.
Preparations for the new gondola at Crystal Mountain began April 26, with the demolition of the Market and Bumps Espresso stand, the site where the bottom terminal will be located.
At 6 p.m. April 30, state regulators shut down Frontier Bank, citing inadequate capital and severe loan losses.