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When I took over the Bothell-Kenmore Reporter editor’s seat 5 ½ years ago, I was thrilled to be back in the area full time after working out of the company’s Bellevue and Kent offices for a few years.
When disastrous floods hit Thailand last fall, Eva Cherry and her Silicon Mechanics crew had to rack their brains in order to complete their rackmount-servers orders. What happened a world away affected the Bothell company since the servers need hard drives, and Thailand is the place where nearly 45 percent of the world's devices are produced, according to an NPR report.
Thirty years later, Cody Webster is still tuned in to the Little League World Series. At age 12, he dominated his opponents while pitching Kirkland National Little League to a 5-0 championship win over Taiwan in Williamsport, Pa. He blasted a 280-foot home run during that game and helped knock the Taiwanese off their five-straight-titles perch.
After 16 years in business, the Main Street AleHouse & Eatery in downtown Bothell is closing its doors tonight. However, according to a sign the owners have hung on the establishment's front window and a notice placed on their Facebook page, Susan and Gary Southwick will incorporate the restaurant/bar into their other business, Preservation Kitchen, which is located on Bothell Way Northeast.
Twelve Northshore School District alumni, former staff or board members were inducted to the Wall of Honor for 2012 and recognized at a special ceremony on Aug. 16 at Pop Keeney Stadium. Most were present, and some were represented by family members.
Felicia Gorow isn't preparing for a 300-plus-mile bike ride — her father, Mark, is on board with that. However, Felicia is certainly tuned in to Mark's training regimen.
“Fighting hunger with every bite.” That’s what Taylor Frazier hopes to achieve with her nonprofit, The Cupcake Brigade, and her catchy, effective motto.
It was a night for neighbors to mingle and police officers to dispatch important crime- and drug-prevention information. In Bothell, officers visited with residents who opened up their front yards for National Night Out on Aug. 7. Both Kelly Avery Clark and Jeannie D’Ambrosia met with Sgt. Clint Beck and others at their homes around town to discuss safety issues.
Bothell residents Sen. Rosemary McAuliffe and Dawn McCravey are the top-two vote-getters in the Legislative District 1 state-senator category of the primary and are headed for a showdown in November.
As the children lined up near the Kenmore Elementary gym on a recent Tuesday at noon, Tiffany Feist greeted each boy and girl with a smile and nod of the head and handed them a free bag of lunch.
What’s satisfying about this job is that I get to step into another world every once in a while. One that’s not too far away from my own, but just around the corner. Drive near the Thrashers Corner area of Bothell, look for the Sikh Centre of Seattle sign — jutting out from the tree-lined road at 20412 Bothell-Everett Highway — and turn in and be welcomed into a community that maybe you didn’t know much about.
Michael Barrett of Bothell drowned in the Lewis County Ohanapecosh River after he was pinned underneath some large logs and rocks on Aug. 11.
An alert Kenmore police officer and a video recording of two suspects committing a burglary led to their arrest late Friday night at a motel in Kenmore.
There are times when Elizabeth Mooney wants to approach visitors at Log Boom Park in Kenmore and inform them that the water may not be safe. Larry Altose of the Department of Ecology noted that officials at nearby Harbour Village Marina have found dioxin contamination in the sediment there, and Mooney fears there may be a similar situation at the park along the shore of Lake Washington, where people often wade in the water and take their dogs for walks.
About three years ago, Mike and Brian McMenamin tapped into the city of Bothell with a proposal to operate one of their famed brewpubs/hotels at the downtown Anderson School Building on Bothell Way Northeast (State Route 527).
Veronica Asence began taking ballet classes at the age of 5, and later performed in the Pacific Northwest Ballet’s “Nutcracker.” Last Saturday, the Bothell native and certified dance teacher through the American Ballet Theatre added 2012 Miss Seafair to her accomplishment list.
When JoAnne Carner started shaping her golf game back in the 1950s, Inglewood Golf Club and the old Juanita Golf Course were her stomping grounds. Carner, now 73, didn’t possess a bag of golf clubs at first, but a pair of deft hands used for ball hunting at Juanita with her brother, Bill Gunderson. “We would clean them up and sell them on the weekend,” she said with a laugh about 90 minutes before teeing off last Sunday at the LPGA Legends Swing for the Cure Golf Tournament at Inglewood in Kenmore.
Christopher Penna has been kicking and punching for nearly nine years. At age 4, the Bothell resident began taking karate lessons for fun, but over time he became serious about his craft. He added to his total of 101 medals by earning two golds and one bronze at the recent national championships and United States team trials at the Broward County Convention and Trade Center in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
A Kenmore man claims he was stabbed in the back by his best friend during an apartment robbery on July 25, according to Sgt. Cindi West, King County Sheriff's public information officer.
It was a bumpy economic road a few years ago — a survival of the fittest for business owners — said Maria Royer of Real Retail, noting that the monetary landscape has since improved.