Month: April 2013

Nearly 90% of all Washington Crime is Property Crime. New Claim Data Reveals Need for Awareness and Protection.

Recently released claim data from State Farm reveals that Washington’s #1 common claim is Property Crime – with an average cost of nearly $4,000. In fact, Washington is one of only three states (WA, OR, CA) where crime ranks #1: Interactive Map of 2012 State Farm Claims Data. Considering this information and Vancouver Crime Data that nearly […]

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Does Felix Benefit From Home Cooking?

Good thing Felix Hernandez received some run support Monday. After last week, I’m guessing he was rethinking that $175 million, seven-year deal with the Mariners. On Wednesday, King Felix allowed four hits, no walks and no earned runs in eight innings while striking out 12, yet ended up with no decision. He left with the […]

The High Stakes Testing Myth

The belief that high stakes testing will bring any improvement to our public schools is built on an ounce of wishful thinking, a pound of good intentions, and a ton of ignorance. Consider the recent history of high stakes testing in the state of Washington. We spent more than a decade and a billion dollars […]

Register Now for NW’s Premier Communicators Conference

The lines between public relations, marketing and advertising continue to blur, and the boss expects you to do it all under tighter deadlines. Learn to thrive in this environment at the 2013 Communicators Conference: Integrate to Innovate. The program, held at the Governor Hotel on May 8, will include presentations from industry leading professionals like: […]

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Durant Makes History — Good and Bad

Kevin Durant is about to make history. Unless he goes 0 for 5 from the free-throw line in Wednesday’s season finale against Milwaukee (or 0 for 14 from 3-point range), Durant will become the sixth player in history to shoot 50 percent from the field, 40 percent from 3-point range, and 90 percent from the […]

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