Mon, May 9, 2011
Koster and Gipson to speak at Chamber Leadership Breakfast
Banner Bank renews contract
Quantivate LLC, the leading provider of web-based business continuity, vendor management, and enterprise risk management software; today announced that Banner Bank, a Washington-chartered commercial bank that conducts business from 86 locations in Washington, Oregon and Idaho, has renewed its contract with Quantivate for Business Continuity software and services.
New driving school opens in Marysville
On May 2, 9-1-1 Driving School opened up in Marysville. The school was opened by local police officers. The classes are taught by police officers whose training, knowledge and experience are unmatched.
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City of L.S. earns Well City Award
The City of Lake Stevens recently earned a Well City Award from the Association of Washington Cities (AWC) Employee Benefit Trust, one of 82 cities receiving the award. The award is based on meeting stringent best practice standards in employee health promotion.
Mon, Apr 11, 2011
L.S. Center transportation circulation plan
The commercial area surrounding SR 9 and SR 204 is an important business center for the community for goods and services and providing an economic base for City services.
Cathy Reines, CEO & President of First Heritage Bank responds to publication of PCA directive A
Steve’s Barber Shop moving to Frontier Village
L.S. American Legion honored with awards
Tue, Mar 8, 2011
Haggen announces partnership with The Comvest Group
Company remaining independent
Physical Therapy clinic moves to new location
NorthSound Physical Therapy has moved its Lake Stevens location to a newly remodeled clinic at 1819 S. Lake Stevens Road, Ste E.
L.S. Edward Jones sponsors event
Diana Jackson, an Edward Jones financial advisor in Lake Stevens, is sponsoring Investment Perspective Meeting from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. on Friday, March 25 at 1905 Main Street in downtown Lake Stevens.
New Arlington Business Opens on Olympic Avenue
Cascade Companion Care Provides Home Care Solutions to Seniors and their Families
PUD names Benjamin Beberness as new Chief Information Officer Press Staff
Mon, Feb 7, 2011
County leadership hosting third annual training for board members
This training is designed for non-profit board members. Any non-profit organization can send board members to this training.
Hope proposes job creation incentives
The state of Ohio has introduced several proposals to motivate employers to hire new employees and fill empty buildings on Main Street. Now Rep. Mike Hope, R-Lake Stevens, wants to bring those same ideas to Washington state.
County’s new economic enterprise announces Troy McClelland as first CEO
County’s newly created economic vitality enterprise announced today that it has named Troy McClelland to serve as its first Chief Executive Officer and President.
Local property manager joins national association
Lake Stevens’ Becky Daily of Impact Property Management a local leader in the residential property management field, recently was accepted as a member of the National Association of Residential Property Managers (NARPM®), joining more than 3,000 residential property managers from throughout the United States.
Wells Fargo names Hatfield Snohomish Community Banking district manager
Banking veteran and Wahington native takes over local district
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