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Manfred Tempelmayr has decided to retire while he’s still young enough to enjoy it.
I have a plaque in my kitchen that reads, “If it wasn’t for the last minute, nothing would ever get done.”
When a professed coffee connoisseur told Joshua Williams his Book Brew Coffee was the best coffee around, he couldn’t help but smile.
Bringing a decade’s worth of experience in marketing, public relations and administration, Tracey McCallum has taken the reins at the Enumclaw Chamber of Commerce.
The staples for a good workout: running, weights... percussion?
A familiar sight on the stretch of Cole Street near downtown’s edge has been altered as a local restaurant has sought to change its image.
Cedar River Academy’s Young Entrepreneurs Club, the CRA Ultrapreneurs, have launched its first product for distribution and sale.
Dr. Waldo Dagan was attending church a week before the January earthquake in Haiti when Marilyn Monaghan told him about an upcoming mission trip to support her daughter and son-in-law’s work to raise employment in the impoverished Caribbean country.
Business comes hand-in-hand with a focus on the bottom line, but some companies are factoring broader social improvements into their net gains.
It’s become an annual event. The folks at Olson’s Meats and Smokehouse in Enumclaw venture down to the Northwest Meat Processors Association competition and bring home a winner, or two, or three.
Weeks’ Enumclaw Funeral Home and Weeks’ Funeral Home in Buckley were honored by the National Funeral Directors Association with the 2009 Pursuit of Excellence Award during its International Convention and Expo in Boston, Mass.
Carol Meeks has been an artist as long as she can remember.
Those familiar with pop culture know comic books are dominated by tight forms in spandex and two publishing behemoths, Marvel Entertainment and DC Comics.
On the list of nice thing about children: those in the business of children’s products find their industry practically recession-proof.
Java Angels has relocated from its location at 18320 state Route 410 East.
David Tyler of Buckley has worked with wood most of his life. He worked in construction until the age of 59.
Five Plateau and Sumner-area creators, and three like-minded associates from surrounding towns, are making room for new voices on the comics rack.
The Enumclaw Area Chamber of Commerce board of directors would like to take this opportunity to thank Cathy Rigg and Kim Peterson for their many years of service to the chamber and the community.
Mike Rutkosky was honored as Citizen of the Year and Dinners Done Right was named Business of the Year during the annual Bonney Lake Chamber of Commerce banquet Friday at Swiss Park.