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If you would ask each and every small-business owner in Enumclaw what they would like to see happen with their business in 2010 many of them would tell you they would like to see an increase in local shoppers.
Green Mountain Coffee Roasters has opened a processing facility in Sumner, shortly after acquiring the rights to the Tully’s brand.
A low-overhead retail business in a shopping district dominated by many small family-owned shops, that manages to foster a friendly network of repeat business may be considered a holy grail for small business owners.
Stability has been treasured at Mutual of Enumclaw, a company that emphasizes success over the long haul and has seen just 10 men at the top during its 111-year history.
Last month I traveled to Olympia for the Washington State Chamber of Commerce Executives annual conference.
Washington Attorney General Rob McKenna is leading a group of 40 state attorneys general in urging Congress to uphold the role of the states in enforcing consumer protection laws.
At her job at Portland-based liquid culture magazine Imbibe, Katie Simon says she is “constantly learning and digesting new things.”
A new automotive shop has opened at 1418 Wood Ave. near downtown Sumner.
There’s a new doctor in town serving families in Bonney Lake. Dr. Brian Fox cut the ribbon on his new private practice along state Route 410 on Oct. 7.
Injuries can happen at any time, anywhere: at home, on the job or out and about.
Enumclaw diners will soon have one more option, as Herfy’s Burgers and Seafood is about to hit the local food scene.
Enumclaw-based Helac Corporation, a manufacturer of hydraulic rotary actuators and construction equipment attachments since 1974, has promoted Bill Power from chief operating officer to president.
Jennifer Francis, the city of Bonney Lake’s permit coordinator, was recently named ‘Member of the Year’ by the Washington State Association of Permit Technicians at their annual conference.
Lindon Bookstore is rewriting how an independent, community bookstore operates – with the emphasis on community.
Major changes are coming to Enumclaw Insurance Group, it was announced this week.
It wasn’t the sun playing tricks on the eyes of passers-by. Those blue Mt. Rainier Bank signs now read Columbia Bank.