Aaron Kunkler

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.

Art enthusiasts host gourd-eous art exhibit

The Washington State Gourd Society will be hosting a gourd art gallery and competition from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Nov. 21 and 22 at Country Village in Bothell.

Vehicle prowls, heroin and driving without licenses | King County Sheriff’s Blotter

King County Sheriff's Office reports for Kenmore between Sept. 25 to Oct. 5.

Abstract artist creates conversations in Bothell

“What I’m doing as an abstract artist, I’m really dealing with lines, shapes, patches of color,” she said, standing in her basement, walls lines with dozens of works of art leaning against mattresses. “Abstract is a new world, it’s the only way an artist can really express what’s inside them,” she said.

Organizations drop plan for Northlake Regional Fire Authority

Four area fire service providers call off RFA negotiations.

Andy Rheaume chosen as Bothell mayor, Davina Duerr deputy mayor

New Bothell City Council elects Andy Rheaume as mayor, newcomer Davina Duerr as Deputy Mayor in Jan. 5 council meeting, destroying previous voting bloc.

Ruling on Westhill woods development in Bothell coming soon

More than 11 acres of land could be developed in the Westhill neighborhood of Bothell pending a hearings examiner decision.

Shoppers locked inside Kenmore Rite Aid after shoplifter leaves with codeine cough syrup

One Kenmore resident is angry after he and his son were locked in a Rite Aid Monday night following a shoplifting.

Bothell woman who died in wreck on State Route 2 identified

A Bothell woman who died on Dec. 31, after authorities said the sports utility vehicle she was riding in crossed the center line on State Route 2, hitting another SUV around ten miles east of Skykomish, has been identified.

Bothell City Council continues discussion on Fitzgerald area

Nearly 30 people addressed the Bothell City Council during a special meeting Monday to discuss an appeal filed in response to a Central Puget Sound Growth Management Hearings Board ruling.

Sorenson Early Education Center offers a place for students with special needs to grow

Teachers and parents come together at Sorenson in Bothell to help preschool children develop crucial skills.

Bothell Parks Board considers recommendation on Shelton View Woods

The Bothell Parks and Recreation Advisory Board will consider making a recommendation to the City Council on acquiring two plots in Shelton View Woods on Jan. 7.

Cancer survivor, sci-fi junkie opens used bookstore in downtown Bothell

After winning a six-and-a-half year battle with cancer, Bothell resident Annie Carl is taking another leap of faith and opening her own book store.

Kenmore Community Club could undertake $20,000 remodel

If approved by the King County Council, the Kenmore Community Club could receive a $10,000 grant from funds originally slated to pay off the Kingdome in Seattle.

New athletic park in Bothell fitting for namesake 1st Lt. Nicholas Madrazo

Soccer was a big part of Nicholas Madrazo’s life, so with construction tentatively scheduled to begin this fall on the long-awaited park bearing his name, his family says they’re happy it will be filled with sports fields and courts.

Bothell star on Main Street once again dressed up for Christmas

There’s an old hometown superstar in Bothell, one that has been seen in the pages of the Seattle Times and in international headlines. It has been silently keeping a watchful eye on generations of locals. Now, many are a seeing it in all new lights.