Aaron Kunkler

Bothell teen battling cancer helps to give back

For most 14-year-olds, entering their teenage years is a time for growth, both physically and emotionally, many of whom get involved with sports, and it’s no different for Skyview Junior High School’s Michael Albrecht, although the Bothell native’s path is a bit different than most.

Fireworks ban advisory vote to be on November 2016 ballot in Bothell

Bothell voters will be asked to provide feedback to the City Council on next November’s ballot concerning a potential fireworks ban.

Toll lanes jam up I-405 near Bothell

Congestion along Interstate 405 has improved in some places, and has gotten significantly worse in others, leaving Bothell in the lurch as commuters north of State Route 522 in both directions slog through heavier traffic.

Why are there so many biomed companies in Bothell?

A solid K-12 school district, graduates from the UW Bothell and Edmonds and Everett Community Colleges, a growing downtown in Bothell, proximity to similar businesses and expertise and lower taxes than Seattle and other metropolitan areas help.

Kenmore woman arrested after trying to get deputies to kill her

What county deputies believe was an attempted suicide-by-cop resulted in the arrest of one 52-year-old Kenmore woman on charges of second-degree assault last month.

Area cities set to endorse Sound Transit SR 522 proposition

If the joint bid of five area cities is approved, infrastructure construction for a rapid bus transit could begin along State Route 522, providing a speedy commute along the congested corridor and easy access to the planned light rail link in Shoreline.

Handgun pulled at Kenmore Lanes

After an argument and fight, a man pulled a handgun on a group of four friends at Kenmore Lanes on Feb. 6.

Have you seen this story board?

The project involves a large board which has pieces of paper with written confessions hanging on it. Confessors write down their confession and place it into a shoebox, which is then sorted by Helmon or an assistant, and confessions are hung from the board.

Kenmore officially blocks 520 bridge deconstruction, for now

The city of Kenmore has officially stated it’s intent to block the deconstruction of the old State Route 520 floating bridge within the city.

Bothell Kindering brings legacy of service

The Kindering Center, located in Bothell’s North Creek Business Park, is continuing the legacy of service that was started in Bellevue 54 years ago.

City of Bothell looks to sell more downtown property

New condominiums could be on the way for Bothell along State Route 522 in a land sale between the city and Windward Real Estate.

Rheaume, McNeal, Duerr and Baker have commanding leads in Northshore city council races

Voting for the Bothell and Kenmore City Councils, two positions on the Northshore School Board and King County Proposition 1 ended Nov. 3, with early results being posted and updated during the past days.

Forterra announces meeting at Wayne Golf Course today

The meeting will be held at 4 p.m., Feb. 10 at the Wayne Public Golf Course clubhouse.

Bothell City Council to hold meeting on Fitzgerald development tonight

The Bothell City Council will vote tonight on whether to continue an appeal filed in response to a Central Puget Sound Growth Management Hearings Board ruling which overturned city legislation regarding development in the Fitzgerald area last year.

Spring forward this Sunday, gain an hour more of gloom | Reporter notes

The worst day of the year rolls around again this Sunday morning at 2 a.m., effectively destroying your sleep schedule for the coming week and (likely) making some Starbucks executive squeal with joy come Monday morning.

Bothell man among a dozen people arrested for heroin, methamphetamine trafficking

A Bothell man was among a dozen people arrested this morning in King and Snohomish counties in conjunction with a two-year investigation into heroin and methamphetamine trafficking.

Kenmore begins PSE franchise agreement negotiations partially in the dark

Negotiations between the city of Kenmore and Puget Sound Energy will begin shortly to hash out the details of possibly renewing a franchise agreement to supply the city’s residents with power and establishing the company’s right of way for maintenance and power restoration.

United Health Foundation report shows Washington as ninth healthiest state

In their annual report entitled ‘America’s Health Rankings,’ the organization provides detailed statistics on health concerns in every state.

100 years and still going strong

Her paintings can be found all over Kenmore, from friends houses to the Inglemoor Golf Club, where she used to spend much of her time and was even a golf club captain in 1958.

Blind Bothell man walks to Canada for water, awareness

On March 22, Raines left Mill Creek and walked to the Canadian border in five days in an attempt to raise $20,000 for the non-profit 'Water is Basic'.