According to reports here in Bellevue, huge sports fan Bill Gates has teamed with Kemper Freeman Jr., owner of The Bellevue Collection and former right hand man at Microsoft, Steve Ballmer to form an ownership group buying the Seattle Seahawks from fellow billionaire Paul Allen. Allen was quoted as saying he is totally frustrated with the Hawks because they failed to win their second consecutive Superbowl in 2015. [Read more…]
Woodinville local Mike Alaghemand is among a select number of financial advisors for U.S. Bancorp Investments, Inc. who have earned the 2015 President’s Club recognition award. Alaghemand earned the distinction by ranking as one of the region’s top achievers and for displaying outstanding leadership qualities and superior dedication to his clients.
with more than 20 years of experience in the financial services industry and is a trusted financial advisor to clients in the Woodinville, Bothell and Bellevue area. Alaghemand is based at 13216 NE 175th in Woodinville and can be reached at (425) 485-2899. U.S. Bancorp Investments serves clients in more than 3,100 branches across 25 states.
Bellevue College DECA triumphs at NW regional competition 49 BC students will advance to the national competition, represent school
BELLEVUE, Wash. – Forty nine out of 52 Bellevue College students are advancing from the Collegiate DECA Pacific Northwest Career Development Conference held Feb. 19 – 21 in Spokane, Washington and will participate in the national competition in Washington, DC .
Bellevue College fielded the largest team at the tournament, competing against students from University of Washington, Washington State University, Western Washington University, Gonzaga University and other prominent schools in the region.
The Bellevue College team, which is only in its second year, produced 19 state champions. In total, Bellevue College boasts 37 top three finalists:
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Home Care Assistance of Seattle, a provider of in-home care for seniors, has hired Paul Hatherley as their new Director of Client Services. Paul brings over ten years of professional experience in home care to his new role after having managed successful home care operations in Nevada, California and now Washington.
He has a background in health care and has fulfilled a variety of roles within home care organizations which has given him a strong appreciation for his caregivers and the clients they serve. His strong communication skills and dedication to helping others also make him a perfect proponent of the company’s mission to change the way the world ages.
KING 5 News moved to its brand new, state of the art studio this week, with a new leader at the helm. Cheryl Carson, former KING 5 Assistant News Director and Interim News Director since September, was officially presented to the newsroom as news director on Thursday, February 11.
During her time at KING 5, Carson’s steady, insightful leadership shone through some of the biggest news cycles in our history. She led the KING 5 newsroom’s transition to several new operating systems and now to an entirely new building. Carson was also instrumental in courting a relationship with Microsoft to secure and implement a first-of-its-kind large screen Surface Hub for the KING 5 set. Her vision, work ethic and patience have proven her a great leader, the leader who is now poised to issue in a new chapter of journalistic excellence for Western Washington.