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March 31  |  
Snohomish County exec, wife to be given ‘Medal of Merit'

The Lions International Medal of Merit Award will be presented to John and Karen Lovick at a reception and award ceremony fund raiser. The event is at 6 p.m. Thursday in the Edward D. Hansen Conference Center at Xfinity Arena in Everett. Tickets are available by calling 425-387-9256. The event is sponsored by Everett Central Lions Club.

New affordable apartments open in...

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March 30  |  
New sub shop opens in Everett

Jersey Mike's Subs opened a new location in mid March at 4817 Evergreen Way in Everett. It's the third shop for the franchise in Snohomish County. The New Jersey-based company plans to open 220 new stores this year, bringing its total to more than 1,000.

Tax returns focus of radio show

Getting Your Dough to Rise, KSER 90.7 FM and KXIR 89.9 FM's monthly personal finance show, is from 6 to...

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March 27  |  
Frontier honors its women leadership

In honor of women's history month, Frontier Communications recognizes its own female leadership: CEO Maggie Wilderotter, west region president Melinda White, vice president and general manager for Washington Vicky Oxley and Tressa Bader, vice president and general manager for California. Nearly 5,920 women work for Frontier Communications from coast to coast.

Revenue recognized for training its...

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March 26  |  
Briefs: Bothell’s Advisory Lending makes new hire Bothell's Advisory Lending makes new hire

Advisory Lending Group in Bothell has hired Mark Friedrich as a mortgage lending advisor. He will specialize in all aspects of residential real estate including refinance and purchase transactions. Friedrich brings more than 20 years of real estate experience to the job and his coverage area includes Washington as well as the entire Western United States.

Group Health seeking board...

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March 24  |  
Providence CEO to serve at March for Babies chairman

Dr. Thomas Yetman, CEO of Providence Medical Group Northwest Region with Providence Health and Services, has taken on the role of March for Babies chairman to raise awareness and important funding to provide for babies who are born premature or with birth defects. Yetman encourages the community to show their support and sign up at www.marchforbabies.org.

Everett health clinic offers...

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March 23  |  
Briefs: Canyon Creek adds VP of operations Canyon Creek adds VP of operations

Monroe-based Canyon Creek Cabinet Company recently announced the appointment of Rick Lovorn as vice president of operations to lead the company's manufacturing. Lovorn has more than 30 years of experience in manufacturing and operations in both the cabinet and furniture industries. He has previously served as general manager and president for stock and custom cabinet manufacturers.

Economic Alliance to...

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March 20  |  By Dan Catchpole
EVERETT — Economic Alliance Snohomish County wants to know which business and community leaders to recognize at its annual meeting on May 14.The alliance presents two awards each year: the Henry M. Jackson Citizen of the Year Award and the John M. Fluke, Sr. Community Leader Award.

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March 20  |  
Former Washington first lady to speak at EvCC foundation benefit

Former Washington state first lady Mona Locke is the keynote speaker for the Everett Community College Foundation benefit breakfast. The foundation breakfast is at 7:30 a.m. April 21 at EvCC's Student Fitness Center, 2206 Tower St. To attend, RSVP by April 17 to foundation@everettcc.edu or by calling 425-388-9434. Visit EverettCC.edu/Foundation for more details.

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March 19  |  
YMCA kicks off annual community support campaign

The YMCA of Snohomish County has launched its annual community support campaign to ensure that everyone in Snohomish County has access to vital community programs and resources that support youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility. To participate, donate online today at ymca-snoco.org/give. Contact your local YMCA family branch for more information or to get involved.


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March 18  |  
‘Snohomish on the Rocks' tasting planned

GROW Washington presents the fifth annual Snohomish on the Rocks Distillery Festival with two general tasting sessions from 2 to 5 p.m. and 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday. This year's event is at Thomas Family Farm, 9010 Marsh Road, Snohomish. Tickets are available at www.snohomishrocks.com or can be purchased at the door. Proceeds benefit GROW Washington.

AARP driver safety program planned in...

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March 17  |  
Briefs: Relationship manager hired by Peoples Bank in Everett Relationship manager hired by Peoples Bank in Everett

Peoples Bank announced that Anan Amador joined the bank as relationship manager of the Everett Financial Center. Most recently, he held the position of senior relationship banker at Union Bank. Amador was born and raised in the Philippines and studied psychology at the University of the City of Manila. He is Treasurer for the Seattle Bituin Lions Club and a board member at the Carl Gipson Senior...

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March 16  |  
Briefs: Cascade Valley honors former bond campaign coordinator Cascade Valley Hospital honors former bond campaign coordinator

The Board of Commissioners of Cascade Valley Hospital and Clinics has inducted Connie DiGregorio into its Wall of Fame for her volunteer work in chairing bond campaigns to construct new healthcare facilities in Arlington. DiGregorio was the bond campaign coordinator from 1981 through 1984. She coordinated, with community help, three bond measures to build a significant addition to the 1957...

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March 13  |  
Economic Alliance to hold annual forecast in Lynnwood

Join Economic Alliance Snohomish County at their 2015 Economic Forecast. The forecast features an economic overview from state economist Steve Lerch and the keynote speaker is Bill Conerly. The event is 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. March 19 at the Lynnwood Convention Center. Go to www.economicalliancesc.org/ for details.

Forum on...

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March 12  |  
Forum on Snohomish County agriculture planned

The League of Women Voters of Snohomish County invites the public to a forum on New Direction in Snohomish County Agriculture at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the Everett Public Library. Panelists include Ellen Gray of Washington Sustainable Food & Farming Network, Monte Marti of Snohomish Conservation District and Ann Goos of Washington State University.

Digital forensics seminar planned in...

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March 11  |  
Bus tour of Port of Everett planned

The Port of Everett will offer three bus tours of its operations at 3, 4:30 and 6 p.m. on April 2. See the port in action and learn about its spot in the local economy. Space is limited. To reserve a seat, call Catherine Soper at 425-259-3164 or email catherines@portofeverett.com.

Business mixer planned at the Everett waterfront

Everett Afternoon, Port Gardner, Lake Stevens and...

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March 10  |  
Briefs: Meet the new Marysville Tulalip chamber CEO Meet the new Marysville Tulalip chamber CEO

The Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce and Regional Visitor Information Center named Jesica Stickles as its new president/CEO. Stickles is an Arlington City Councilwoman who served for many years with the Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce. She and her husband have owned and operated a printing business for the past 10 years. A casual meet and greet is planned for her from 4 to 6 p.m.

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March 6  |  
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March 5  |  
Everett's TOP Insurance adds agent

Bill Keogh has been hired by TOP Insurance Associates, a brokerage located in Everett. He will write home, auto, life and business insurance. Keogh spent the first 19 years of his career as a minister. He and his wife of 25 years live in Bothell with their four children.

Haggen grocery chain to host meeting for farmers

Haggen is hosting an informal public meeting so local farmers...

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March 4  |  
Briefs: EdCC trustee reappointed to post EdCC trustee reappointed to post

Quentin Powers was reappointed to the Edmonds Community College Board of Trustees on Feb. 6. Gov. Jay Inslee reappointed Powers — currently the vice chair of the college's Board of Trustees — to serve a five-year term through September 2019. Powers was initially appointed to the Board of Trustees in October 2006 by Gov. Christine Gregoire.

New post-secondary school receives state...

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March 3  |  
Briefs: Lynnwood chiropractor elected to state association Lynnwood chiropractor elected to state association

Lynnwood chiropractor Stephanie Greenall was recently elected president of the Washington State Chiropractic Association Board of Directors. The Edmonds resident operates Lifeplus Health Centers located at 6501 196th St. SW in Lynnwood. She is a graduate of Western States Chiropractic College and had been in practice for 23 years.



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March 2  |  
Briefs: County spokeswoman named recognized by Leadership Snohomish County County spokeswoman named recognized by Leadership Snohomish County 



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February 27  |  
Learn Spanish for the health care workplace

Learn essential Spanish vocabulary and phrases common in the health care workplace in order to communicate with Spanish-speaking patients on a basic level. This workshop is 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on March 3 and 4 at Skagit Valley Hospital. Cost is $125 and includes course materials. Call Skagit Regional Health at 360-814-2424 or 360-629-6481 to register.

Snohomish Wine Festival on tap

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February 26  |  
Everett's Hand in Hand to receive tech help

In partnership with Seattle CityClub, Seattle technology consulting company Wimmer has provided 40 hours of pro bono technology and business consulting expertise for the 2014 Jefferson Award winners from Washington state including Hand in Hand Safe Place of Everett. Founded by Todd McNeal, Hand in Hand is a safe house for children entering the foster care system.

International trade growing...

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February 25  |  
Mill Creek's FurKidz changes focus to fostering pets

Mill Creek's FurKidz 911 Connection recently partnered with local area hospitals and support agencies to assist patients who are hospitalized or who are undergoing medical treatment and are temporarily unable to care for their pets. The nonprofit, originally an animal rescue organization, will now focus on offering a good temporary home for the pets of those in medical crisis.

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February 24  |  
Mukilteo's Energy Solutions service techs get certifications

Bel Red Energy Solutions of Mukilteo had two service technicians become EPA certified for using residential heating/cooling service techniques that help preserve the environment. Ramon Rivera Vigo and Jason "Jayce" Molina both passed the EPA certification test administered by HVAC Business and Technical Institute in Kent. The EPA test covers proper refrigerant handling, management...

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February 23  |  
Briefs: Lynnwood’s Chick-Fil-A owner named Lynnwood's Chick-Fil-A owner named

Entrepreneur Paul Rosser has been named the owner of the new Chick-fil-A location in Lynnwood. The restaurant is slated to open in late April. Rosser will oversee day-to-day activities and will be responsible for serving local guests and visitors, as well as making all employment and community involvement decisions for the restaurant. Rosser recently relocated to Lynnwood from Tennessee.

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February 20  |  
Economic Group's ambassador committee elected

The 2015 Economic Alliance Snohomish County Ambassador Committee Board has been elected. Becky Mulhollen of Wallick and Volk is board chair. Bill Buckman of The Buckman Consulting Group is scribe. Tracy Chambers of Perteet Engineering is volunteer coordinator. Jennifer Lundberg of Hascal, Sjoholm & Company is treasurer. Rhonda Bradley of Opus Bank is in charge of recruitment.

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February 19  |  
New VP for Frontier Communications

Frontier Communications has named Cameron Christian the vice president of West Region marketing. Frontier's West Region consists of California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Montana, and includes more than 2,000 employees. He will report directly to Melinda White, West Region area president. Prior to joining Frontier, Christian was director of product, marketing, and analytics for Cox Business California.


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February 18  |  
Lake Stevens' Williams Real Estate adds agent

Everett native Chris Bacoka of Arlington has joined Williams Real Estate of Lake Stevens. Bacoka has been a real estate broker for 30 years, with a background in office management, insurance and banking. His goal is to make all real estate transactions less stressful while achieving a successful conclusion.

EvCC receives top 50 ranking for medical assisting program

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February 17  |  
Briefs: Everett Clinic adds new doctor Everett Clinic adds new doctor

The Everett Clinic has welcomed Dr. Daniel Gonzalez-Dilan to its Occupational Medicine department. Gonzalez-Dilan is board certified in occupational and environmental medicine. He completed a residency in family medicine at the University of New Mexico and earned his medical degree at the University of Washington School of Medicine.

Monroe landscaping business wins two environmental awards

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