Aaron Kunkler

Bothell City Council fires City Manager Bob Stowe without public notice

The Bothell City Council voted 5-2 Tuesday night to dismiss City Manager Bob Stowe without stated cause, prior public notice or council-approved legal review. Stowe was not at the regularly scheduled meeting as he is on vacation.

  • May 4, 2016

Northshore breweries gear up for spring and summer seasons

As Puget Sound gets warmer and the sun sticks around a little longer each day, people's taste in beer tends to roll from the dark, malty flavors of winter to the brighter, more optimistic palates of spring and summer.

  • May 4, 2016

Kirkland family loses dog to coyote in troubling trend

Around 1 a.m. on March 28, the sound of fighting animals awakened Chris Carlson from his sleep at his family's home in southwest Kirkland.

  • May 3, 2016

A sneak peak at Kenmore’s Capps Club

Capps Club in Kenmore is opening May 13 and owner Dawna Capps is hoping to impress.

  • Apr 29, 2016

Northshore Utility District assures residents of lead-free water

Residents serviced by Northshore Utility District are drinking lead-free water the district said in a press release.

  • Apr 28, 2016

Minivan turns Bothell Ivar’s into drive-thru

A blue Honda minivan drive through a storefront and interior wall into an Ivar's restaurant in Bothell this afternoon.

  • Apr 25, 2016

Fire destroys Kenmore house, ruled suspicious

Firefighters from multiple agencies responded to a house fire in the 7000 block of Northeast 182nd Street around 7:45 a.m. on Sunday in Kenmore.

  • Apr 25, 2016

Despite lawsuit, Kenmore still says no to 520 deconstruction

The city of Kenmore is facing a lawsuit from three parties involved in the deconstruction of the old 520 floating bridge after a March 28 letter sent by the city blocked the planned demolition.

  • Apr 21, 2016

Kirkland Potalla Village appeal dropped, development still in doubt

The developer of Potala Village Kirkland has filed a motion to dismiss an appeal of a previous appellent court's decision regarding a disputed building permit application.

  • Apr 21, 2016

Kenmore mural in the works

Having never lived in a single place for more than eight years, California-based artist Gaul Culley said she's developed an eye for what makes a place unique.

  • Apr 20, 2016

Bothell city leaders break ground, final stage of Multiway Boulevard

City, state and local business leaders broke ground April 14 on the final stage of road improvements along Bothell Way Northeast running through downtown Bothell.

  • Apr 15, 2016

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.

Art awakens Bothell woman

Washington State is home to a wide array of biodiversity and landscapes ranging from the sprawling hills of the Palouse to the rain forest on the Olympic Peninsula.

Bothell Rep. Moscoso to run for Senate, Kloba announces run for House seat

Long-time state Sen. Rosemary McAuliffe, who represents Bothell from the 1st Legislative District, announced earlier this month she will not be seeking reelection in November, prompting Rep. Luis Moscoso to seek her position.

  • Apr 11, 2016

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.

Bothell native throws novel release party

Bothell native Rebecca Demarest is throwing a novel release party for her second novel in Seattle on May 14.

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.

Kenmore releases 2015 crime stats

The Kenmore Police Department, staffed by the King County Sheriff’s Office, has released 2015 crime statistics and will be presenting them at the March 28 Kenmore City Council meeting.

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'.

ST3 draft includes bus rapid transit on SR 522 through Northshore

A finalized draft of Sound Transit 3 projects was released last week during an agency board meeting and includes significant transit expansion along Northlake and Eastside corridors.