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The Covington Chamber of Commerce has a new woman in charge.Loray Rainwater, who grew up in the area and is a graduate of Enumclaw High,… Continue reading
The Covington Chamber of Commerce announced Loray Rainwater is the new president/CEO of the organization. A press release from the chamber state she is a lifelong resident of the South Puget Sound area and has developed a well-rounded background in business operations, sales, marketing, public relations and has spent the majority of her career in leadership roles.
Recently, the Associated Press reported that hundreds of New York City public school teachers accused of offenses ranging from insubordination to sexual misconduct are being paid full salary with benefits to sit around all day playing Scrabble, surfing the Internet or just doing what they please.
MultiCare Health System has been named one of the nation’s 100 Most Wired health systems and the 25 Most Wireless health systems, according to Hospital… Continue reading
Maple Valley-Black Diamond Chamber of CommerceEvents for July 16-July 23• Featured Events4:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m., Aug. 19 – Prime Time for Shopping, Food, Services… Continue reading
The state's AA+ rated bonds drew strong competition and earned record low rates in Tuesday’s $765 million competitive bond sales, according to a press release… Continue reading
Washington’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate increased to 9.3 percent in June, up from May’s revised rate of 9.1 percent, according to a press release from… Continue reading
Maple Valley Rotary awarded $19,000 in college scholarships to five Tahoma High School students. • Kelly Apperson, 3.98 grade point average, received $5,000. She plans to attend Whitworth or Seattle Pacific University. She was on honor roll, rotary student of the month and a Rotary Interact Club member. Apperson has helped out with Hurricane Katrina victims, has gone on numerous church mission trips and helps with feeding the homeless. All of this while lettering in multiple sports.
Maple Valley-Black Diamond Chamber of Commerce• Feature events• July 11The Farmer’s Market is back.• July 1511:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. Business During Hours at The Tahoma… Continue reading
Along for the drive in Kirkland…At the turn of the century when Honda introduced the first generation Insight, I found the hybrid to be an… Continue reading
Myrna Leickem was elbow deep in dough last Friday morning. Leickem was making cinnamon rolls for her new business with daughter Andrea Pickett, which sells only on Saturdays at the Maple Valley Farmers Market at Rock Creek Elementary School.
The tenants of Trapper’s Sushi and the Covington Chamber of Commerce recently celebrated the completion of a new facility with an official ribbon cutting and… Continue reading
The city of Covington in coordination with King County Solid Waste Division is co-hosting a business recycling collection event at the Kent Fire Station No.… Continue reading
The Internal Revenue Service reminds Washington state taxpayers with 2009 nearly half over there is no better time to check their federal income tax withholding… Continue reading
The Greater Maple Valley-Black Diamond Chamber of Commerce announced the election of three new board members – Doug Corbin, Puget Sound Energy; Patti Jenson, Allstate,… Continue reading
The Maple Valley community is invited to have fun, save money and raise some serious money for our fight to end polio in this great… Continue reading
Higher energy prices are a hidden undeclared tax. If you doubt that, just remember the feeling you had pumping $4 per gallon gasoline in your… Continue reading
The 13th annual golf tournament to benefit the Maple Valley Rotary scholarship fund and Greater Maple Valley Community Center (GMVCC) youth programs took place on… Continue reading