North Creek High School junior Austin Mitchell learns to fly using a $14,000 Redbird flight simulator in Northshore School District’s new Introduction to Aviation class. Photo courtesy of Northshore School District.

Northshore School District lets students soar in new aviation class

New aviation class prepares students for takeoff at North Creek High School.

Bothell’s Colossal Boss releases debut single since their name change. Photo courtesy of Colossal Boss

Bothell’s Colossal Boss releases debut single, ‘Thinkin’ and Drinkin’’

This is the band’s first single since its name change.

The 2019-20 county budget of $11.7 billion dollars passed by the King County Council. The King County budget priorities are affordable housing and homelessness, public safety, local services, expanding transit access and options, environment, parks and recreation, and equity an health. Graphic courtesy of King County

King County council passes 2019-20 budget

Budget priorities include affordable housing and homelessness, public safety and expanding transit access and options.

Firefighter Tyler Griffith sits in the driver’s seat wearing a Santa cap. Local firefighters will be decorating a fire engine this year as they drive around gathering donations and meeting with residents. Photo courtesy of the city of Bothell

Local firefighters bring Santa to Bothell

Local IAFF members will tour around Bothell this December, collecting donations for Hopelink.

The Centralia Power Plant is a coal-burning plant owned by TransAlta which supplies 380 megawatts to Puget Sound Energy. It is located in Lewis County and slated to shut down by 2025. Aaron Kunkler/Staff Photo

National report outlines climate change’s course for the Northwest

More fires, floods and drought appear to be on their way for Washington state.

Bothell, Kenmore communities celebrate holiday season

Both cities had tree lighting ceremonies during the first weekend of December.

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Snohomish County approves 2019 budget

Public safety, affordable housing, economic development, and fiscal accountability are top priorities.

Suspect steals 85-year-old’s cell phone | Police blotter

The Bothell police blotter for Nov. 26 through 28.

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Northshore school board named Board of the Year

The board was honored specifically for its adoption of an equity policy, and the efforts to identify and remove barriers to equity in education.

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UW Bothell students spread warmth for scarf project

More than 50 students gathered to make scarves in UW purple and gold to give to local children in need.

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Bothell awarded more than $4.5 million for three priority projects

The funds will be available in 2021 and 2022 for varying projects, including a Bothell Way widening.

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Safeco Field funding referendum withdrawn

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Shortest ever ‘Obamacare’ enrollment period starts Nov. 1

The Trump administration slashes the time frame to sign up for insurance.

 

Marketplace

Crossroads celebrates the giving season with community

Bellevue center launches month of special events and opportunities to give back

 

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