Marking the end of his first 100 days in office, King County Executive Dow Constantine will outline his agenda for reforms of County government in a series of speeches next week including Friday, March 12th, when he will speak at the Maple Valley Rotary Club.
The 12th Annual Curves food drive and Curves Nationwide is out to collect millions of pounds of food for local area food banks.
This year Maple Valley Curves has added some healthy competition.
A bartender, a chef and an aspiring restaurateur have come together with their financial backer to fill a gap in Covington’s restaurant scene with the impending opening of 2seven2 Grill and Bar.
Tao Kane, the bartender, has been in the restaurant business since he was 18. Now 35, he first met business partner Chris Rodwell, the aspiring restaurateur, while he was mixing drinks.
Sean Stewart, Maple Valley Rotary president, presented Ginger Passerelli, the founder of The Soup Ladies, a check for $1,000 towards the purchase of a larger generator for their mobile kitchen.
These days, it seems like profit has become a dirty word. To hear some politicians talk, you’d think making money was a bad thing — and that those who do should be taxed and regulated to death.
In reality, nothing could be further from the truth.
Christine Dougherty claims she lost 54 pounds in two years, which comes to about half a pound per week. Why is this news? Because Christine wasn’t really on a diet. She ate like millions of other Americans eat every day – mostly fast food and such.
Valley Medical Center opened the Renton Landing Urgent Care facility today. The 4600 square-foot clinic provides walk-in, extended hour access for non-emergency, acute illness and injury care that is either beyond the scope or availability of a primary care practice.
In good times, our elected leaders can walk the high wire between spending and taxes, spreading around money like gobs of peanut butter on a slice of toast. Bringing home the bacon has always been a sure ticket to re-election.
Richard Gradwohl, owner of Happy Mountain Miniature Cattle Farm in Covington, welcomed farmers from all over the world at Jan. 16.
According to information sent by Gradwohl, he gave several lectures describing his methods of developed 18 completely new breeds of cattle.
MultiCare Health System’s Regional Cancer Center has been granted a three-year accreditation with seven commendations and zero deficiencies by the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer.
Lawmakers gathered in Olympia for the 2010 legislative session can either set our state up for long-term prosperity or put off the tough budget decisions until 2011 when it will be even more difficult to solve our financial problems.
Some state lawmakers plan to hit petroleum producers with more than $1.2 billion in new costs over the next decade to pay for new water pollution programs. If refiners are forced to absorb those extra costs, they will become job killers right in the middle of a recession.