Aaron Kunkler

Bryant draws volunteers, protesters in Bothell

Washington State gubernatorial candidate Bill Bryant met with supporters today at the McMenamins Anderson School in Bothell.

Bothell native to hold book release party May 14

Bothell native Rebecca Demarest is throwing a novel release party for her second novel in Seattle on May 14. Entitled 'Less Than Charming,' Demarest said the basic plot is based around the concept that every time a character is imagined, they appear in a parallel universe where every successive story told about them alters their timeline.

Mulch fire continues to burn in Bothell | Video

Firefighters are monitoring the blaze, which could take days to fully burn out.

Strong citizen response at first of two Parks Commission meetings on St. Ed’s

Although no finalized proposals have been presented to the Washington State Parks Commission detailing possible development by Daniels Real Estate to restore a seminary at Saint Edward State Park, battle lines are being drawn between those in favor of development and those opposing it.

City of Bothell in talks with two hotels for downtown development, old Safeway redevelopment moving forward slowly

Plans for two large developments in downtown Bothell seem to be moving ahead, as a residential and retail center submit demolition applications, and two hotels continue purchase negotiations with the city.

Bothell pot stores rake in ninth most excise tax revenue state-wide

The city of Bothell is set to receive $86,721 next year in excise taxes from the Liquor and Cannabis Board, a number based off the sales of recreational marijuana, placing it ninth overall in Washington State.

Mountlake Terrace man robs Bothell bank

A 46-year-old Mountlake Terrace man was arrested Friday after robbing a bank in unincorporated Bothell.

Bothell police respond to DUI crash and welfare check turned suicide

Yesterday was a busy day for the Bothell Police Department as they responded to a morning intoxicated driving crash, as well as a welfare check turned suicide investigation later in the day.

Burke-Gilman Trail repairs this week in Kenmore

Two sections of the Burke-Gilman Trail will be repaired this weekend, leading to brief detours and partial trail closures.

Kenmore council, residents question PSE over duration and impact of November outage

City officials expressed frustration at their inability to fix the problem since PSE owns the infrastructure. PSE is responsible for keeping lines clear and placement of damaged lines.

City of Bothell asks for help naming future park

“I figured if we had some suggestions from the public, that our process with coming up with a name would be enormously simplified,” Parks and Recreation Director John Keates said.

Longtime Bothell business owners set to retire, closing clothing store

Since 1979, Paul Richards Desilet and his wife Cathy have owned and operated Paul Richards Clothing in downtown Bothell. In the process they have become a beloved community staple.

Kenmore, Burke-Gilman Trail becoming destination for craft beer lovers

The Northshore area has a long history of thirsty patrons and entrepreneurs willing to roll the dice to try and satisfy them, a tradition which dates back to prohibition.

Police continue to search for missing Bothell man, Seattle firefighter

Investigators continue to search for missing Bothell man and Seattle firefighter Joshua Ryan Milton after he went missing last Thursday afternoon and his car was found near Deception Pass Saturday.

Kenmore Junior High adds two gender neutral bathrooms

State law mandates that schools allow students to use a ‘facility consistent with that individual’s gender identity,’ but actually accessing them isn’t always so easy.

North Creek Forest in Bothell has many allies, may soon be expanded

The group, composed of members of the organization Friends of North Creek Forest (FNCF) and students from the University of Washington Bothell’s Restoration Ecology Network (REN) are working to restore a quarter-acre patch of hillside. Restoration involves removing invasive species such as blackberry bushes and building up the hillside to prevent mudslides.

Bothell business hopes to put a dent in modern slavery

Kristina Valiani's Beauty of Hope opened last Saturday in Country Village with a unique sense of calling.

Snohomish County Parks and Recreation warns owners to be aware of dog poisoning cases

A string of reported dog poisonings has prompted the Snohomish County Parks and Recreation department to issue a warning report to dog owners.

Kenmore Sheriff’s Blotter: Driving without licenses, stolen guns and criminal warrants.

A summary of police responses between Oct. 5 and Oct. 13 in Kenmore.