Monthly Archives: April 2016

Keep Washington Competitive Urges Support for Millennium Bulk Terminals

Keep Washington CompetitiveKeep Washington Competitive Draft environmental impact statement released for review in advance of public hearings

OLYMPIA — Labor, business and agricultural representatives from Keep Washington Competitive (KWC) are expressing their support of the Millennium Bulk Terminals Project and the release of the Cowlitz County draft environmental impact statement (DEIS). The document, released Friday, represents a significant step forward in the regulatory process for the project. Continue Reading

Oregon Cannabis Growers Fair Scheduled for Aug 13-14

INAUGURAL OREGON CANNABIS GROWERS FAIR TO BE HELD AUGUST 13-14 AT OREGON STATE FAIRGROUNDS  More than 200 Oregon Cannabis Growers Fair to Showcase Live Plants and Compete for Awards in Several Categories The inaugural Oregon Cannabis Growers Fair is scheduled to take place this August 13-14, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., at the Oregon State Fairgrounds… Continue Reading

Bellevue YMCA to Host Free Diabetes Prevention Program

Free Diabetes Prevention Program Group Starts May 18th The YMCA’s Free Diabetes Prevention Program helps adults at high risk of developing type 2 diabetes adopt and maintain healthy lifestyles by eating healthier, increasing physical activity, and losing a modest amount of weight in order to reduce their chances of developing the disease. Research by the… Continue Reading

John Gillespie Joins Stantec’s Bellevue Office as Senior Project Manager

John Gillespie New Senior Project Manager for Stantec Stantec has hired John Gillespie as a senior project manager in their Bellevue, WA office. With more than 31 years of experience John Gillespie is now responsible for managing diverse sewer, water, storm water, and facility type projects, promoting business development, providing client support services, and managing project staff. Continue Reading

WGU Washington Awards Record Number of Degrees at 5th Annual Commencement Ceremony

Student Achievement Council’s Gene Sharratt delivers WGU Washington keynote address SEATTLE – (April 16, 2016) – WGU Washington awarded nearly 1,900 bachelor’s and master’s degrees to students from across the state today at its fifth annual commencement ceremony. Graduates, family members, faculty and supporters packed KeyArena in Seattle to celebrate the online university’s largest class… Continue Reading

Incyte Diagnostics Promotes Tom Rehwald to Chief Executive Officer.

Tom Rehwald Now CEO, Tom Legel New CFO Incyte Diagnostics has promoted Tom Rehwald to Chief Executive Officer.  Tom Rehwald has been with Incyte Diagnostics since 2007 as its CFO.  Tom has a long and successful history in the health care industry, including being CFO at Spokane ENT Clinic; Director of Corporate Compliance, Director of… Continue Reading

State Planning More Increases for 520 Bridge Toll

Stop the Madness: No New Increases for 520 Bridge Toll The new 520 Bridge is not even completely open and state government is already trying to push two MORE 520 Bridge Toll increases.  Washington State Transportation Commission is proposing increases to the already unreasonably high rates on the SR 520 Bridge Toll: Continue Reading

Cricket Wireless Spreads Smiles with New $70 Unlimited Plan

Cricket Wireless offers $100 bill credit for T-Mobile customers switching Cricket Wireless is tempting all smart mobile phone customers. If you’re looking for great coverage with simple plans, all-in monthly rates, and the freedom of no annual contract, Cricket Wireless has you covered. Cricket Wireless is taking a wrecking ball to long-term contracts and making everyone smarter… Continue Reading

Control Shift Wins Olympus 72HR Filmmaker Showdown at WSSF

Control Shift Takes Top Honors, Snow Game Steals The Crowd Winning People’s Choice Award WHISTLER, BC – April 14, 2016 – Last night at the World Ski & Snowboard Festival (WSSF) in Whistler, over 1500+ people gathered in the Whistler Conference Centre to witness the art of filmmaking in its purest form. Team Angie Nolan… Continue Reading

UW Bothell to Host Lecture by Pollster John Zogby

Pollster John Zogby to present free public lecture at University of Washington Bothell Pollster John Zogby will present a free public lecture “The Changing Face of American Society and Politics in the 21st Century” at University of Washington Bothell on April 27, co-sponsored by the chancellor’s office and the UW Bothell American Muslim Research Initiative (AMRI). Continue Reading