Business

Business recycling event set

Sammamish will host a Business Recycling Collection Event from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Aug. 8 at Discovery Elementary School.

  • Jul 27, 2012
Staff and management of Issaquah Honda Kubota hold the  Kaizen Award for being among the top 27 percent of Kubota dealers across the United States.

Issaquah Honda Kubota wins award

Kubota Tractor Corporation has recognized Issaquah Honda Kubota with the company’s President’s Kaizen Award for outstanding performance as a dealership in 2011.

  • Jul 27, 2012
Staff and management of Issaquah Honda Kubota hold the  Kaizen Award for being among the top 27 percent of Kubota dealers across the United States.

Eastside woman combines giving, saving on daily deal website

Few things are better than a great deal, but Jilli Victorio may have found one.

Issaquah Chamber fearful bag ban will force shoppers elsewhere

The Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce hopes the recent passing of plastic bag ban won't drive shoppers elsewhere.

  • Jul 9, 2012
Girish plans to perform his eclectic chants at Terra Yoga.

Terra Yoga offers live music at two workouts June 22-23

Terra Yoga is offering a yoga class with live music from a former monk named Girish.

  • Jun 14, 2012
Girish plans to perform his eclectic chants at Terra Yoga.

Fischer Meats is target of Issaquah’s third Cash Mob

In recognition of the first day of summer, the Issaquah Chamber of Commerce will host its third Cash Mob to help support a locally owned business.

  • Jun 11, 2012
Jae Lee purchased the last Cucina! Cucina! restaurant in November with the hope of restoring the recipes that once made it so popular

Last standing Cucina! Cucina! going back to original flavors

Years after the Cucina! Cucina! restaurant chain fell to the cannibalism of the industry, the last standing location is turning back to its roots.

Jae Lee purchased the last Cucina! Cucina! restaurant in November with the hope of restoring the recipes that once made it so popular
Sammamish resident Julie Anne Halter was recently elected to the Make-A-Wish Alaska & Washington Board of Trustees.

Sammamish’s Halter elected to Make-A-Wish board of trustees

Sammamish resident Julie Anne Halter was recently elected to the Make-A-Wish Alaska & Washington Board of Trustees.

  • May 14, 2012
Sammamish resident Julie Anne Halter was recently elected to the Make-A-Wish Alaska & Washington Board of Trustees.
Lucky You! owner Denise Jensen hands Bill Glassey his purchase during Issaquah's first-ever Cash Mob in April.

Second Cash Mob coming to Issaquah

On the heels of its inaugural Cash Mob in April, the Issaquah Chamber of Commerce is preparing for its second go-around during National Small Business Week at 4 p.m., May 23.

  • May 11, 2012
Lucky You! owner Denise Jensen hands Bill Glassey his purchase during Issaquah's first-ever Cash Mob in April.
Cheryl Gunderson

Gunderson promoted at Fortune Bank

Cheryl Gunderson, manager of the Fortune Bank's Bellevue Office, has been promoted to the executive management team position of EVP and Chief Lending Officer.

  • May 8, 2012
Cheryl Gunderson

Workshop to help strengthen non-profit and business partnerships

A workshop at the Salmon Hatchery plans to help businesses and non-profits learn how to form mutually beneficial partnerships.

  • May 4, 2012
The Issaquah and Sammamish liquor stores were recently auctioned off for a combined $451

Issaquah and Sammamish liquor stores auctioned for combined $451,000

Five weeks after the state began accepting online bids for its liquor stores, the Sammamish and Issaquah locations were sold for a combined $451,000.

The Issaquah and Sammamish liquor stores were recently auctioned off for a combined $451
J. Scott Di Valerio

Sammamish resident and Coinstar CFO to be honored

J. Scott Di Valerio, chief financial officer of Coinstar, Inc., and a resident of Sammamish, will be honored by the University of San Diego on April 28.

  • Apr 16, 2012
J. Scott Di Valerio
Kathleen Huckabay

Former Sammamish mayor Huckabay hired by Union Bank

Union Bank announced Thursday that former Sammamish councilwoman and mayor Kathleen Huckabay has joined its private bank team as a wealth strategist.

  • Apr 6, 2012
Kathleen Huckabay
Cindy Houot has operated Angel Heart Designs from her Sammamish home the last 14 years.

Designs from the ‘Heart’

Cindy Houot was positive the email was a prank. An order for 75 ceramic cupcakes was big in itself. Add in that it was to be delivered in three days to an unnamed member of the British Royal Family and her radar hit high alert.

Cindy Houot has operated Angel Heart Designs from her Sammamish home the last 14 years.
Issaquah could decide as early as Monday if it will impose a plastic bag ban.

Issaquah Chamber not ready to make recommendation on plastic bag ban

The Issaquah Greater Chamber of Commerce isn't ready to take a stance on the city's proposed ban of single-use plastic bags and the implementation of 5-cent fee for the use of paper bags.

Issaquah could decide as early as Monday if it will impose a plastic bag ban.

Issaquah landscape architect honored

Darwin Webb Landscape Architects of Issaquah has been named one of the “Best of” in landscaping architects from around the country by Houzz, an online platform for residential remodeling and design.

  • Mar 27, 2012

Chamber brings ‘Cash Mob’ to Issaquah

In recognition of National Cash Mob Day, the Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce is making sure Issaquah is a part of the national celebration, announcing the community’s first-ever Cash Mob, April 16, to support a lucky local business.

  • Mar 23, 2012

Issaquah Trophy & Awards named Large Retailer of the Year

Issaquah Trophy & Awards is known for providing recognition products to its clients, but the local company was recently on the receiving end of an award, earning the 2011-2012 Awards and Recognition Association Large Retailer of the Year.

  • Mar 23, 2012
Swedish Medical Center in Issaquah opened in July. Drops in patient numbers throughout the system have caused the Swedish network to lose about $250

New Issaquah hospital could face layoffs

Less than a year after Swedish Hospital Issaquah admitted its first patient, it is considering laying off staff.

Swedish Medical Center in Issaquah opened in July. Drops in patient numbers throughout the system have caused the Swedish network to lose about $250