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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

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

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

WGU Washington to Award Record Number of Degrees during Fifth Annual Commencement Ceremony

Executive Director of the Washington Student Achievement Council, Dr. Gene Sharratt, will address the online university’s graduating class WGU Washington will award nearly 1,900 bachelor’s and master’s degrees to students from across the state at its fifth annual commencement ceremony Saturday, April 16. The class of 2016 is online university’s largest since it was founded… Continue Reading

Amazon Reverses Position on Pay Equity Fight, Shareholder Resolution to Be Withdrawn

After Initially Opposing Resolution at SEC and Losing Fight, Amazon Responds to Shareholder Pressure and Now Says It Is Addressing Gender Pay Gap Online retailing giant Amazon.com is now the third major US tech company this year to commit to gender pay equity.  As a result, a shareholder resolution filed by Arjuna Capital and Baldwin Brothers… Continue Reading

Platts Finds Energy Northwest Has Lowest Nuclear Fuel Costs

Platts Finds Energy Northwest Has Lowest Nuclear Fuel Costs

An analysis recently published in Platts’ Nuclear Fuel found Energy Northwest’s Columbia Generating Station had the lowest nuclear fuel cost of 28 plants surveyed across the country. Columbia’s fuel cost for fiscal year 2013 was 5.99 mills per kilowatt-hour of generation. A mill is a 10th of a cent. The average for the 28 plants… Continue Reading

Bellevue and Issaquah FASTSIGNS Centers Unveil Redesigned, Enhanced Responsive Website

FASTSIGNS of Bellevue and FASTSIGNS of Issaquah have launched new responsive design websites, complete with consultative search. The responsive design ensures that content sizes to the viewing device, making it easy to see on a desktop computer, tablet or smartphone. “We encourage new and existing customers to visit our new website to experience the features including… Continue Reading