Catherine Krummey

Locals attend ‘Senior Cannabis 101’ class

On a recent Wednesday afternoon, a dozen seniors gathered at the Kenmore Senior Center to hear from Theorem Cannabis employees about the medical benefits of… Continue reading

Plans for Lodge at St. Edward move forward

Following the approval of the site plan application for the Lodge at St. Edward by the Kenmore City Council, those working to restore the historic… Continue reading

Kenmore moving forward with St. Edward ball field proposal

Kenmore City Manager Rob Karlinsey recently gave the Kenmore City Council an update on city staff’s progress in pursuing a lease of the ball field… Continue reading

Bothell-Kenmore Reporter masthead photo contest winner chosen

From the multiple entries received by Bothell-Kenmore Reporter staff, Mark Hussein’s photograph of the Sammamish River from Bothell Landing has been chosen to be the… Continue reading

Support quality journalism | Editorial

It is with a flurry of mixed emotions that I share some news with the readers of the Bothell-Kenmore Reporter: Last Friday, June 30, was… Continue reading

Bastyr unveils new teaching greenhouse

At a recent event, Bastyr University faculty, students and local leaders celebrated the opening of the school’s new teaching greenhouse. Bastyr President Dr. Charles “Mac”… Continue reading

Bothell moving forward with acquisition of Wayne Golf Course

The Bothell City Council has unanimously voted to move forward with the acquisition of Wayne Golf Course. Councilmember James McNeal called the acquisition of the… Continue reading

Northshore’s new superintendent visits all of the district’s classrooms in first year

Superintendent Dr. Michelle Reid has a brought a personal touch to the Northshore School District (NSD) in her first year on the job. She has… Continue reading

Kenmore Community Market opens at Cedar Park Northshore

The Kenmore Community Market is quickly becoming a Thursday evening tradition for locals after its June 1 opening. “It’s just exhilarating to have it finally… Continue reading

Mary’s Place family shelter coming to Kenmore

It is estimated that more than 200 students in the Northshore School District are homeless. The City of Kenmore, King County and Mary’s Place are… Continue reading

UW architecture students create vision for downtown Bothell’s future

The rebuilding of Main Street could be just one of the changes to come to the historic area in downtown Bothell. As part of a… Continue reading

Pedestrian flags added to 10 Bothell intersections near schools

The City of Bothell, in partnership with the Northshore School District (NSD), kicked off its new Pedestrian Safety Flag Program last week at Frank Love… Continue reading

King County Library System to kick off summer reading programs for kids and adults

The King County Library System (KCLS) is hoping to boost quality time spent with books this summer through reading programs for both kids and adults.… Continue reading

Kenmore celebrates Affordable Housing Week with success stories

The City of Kenmore and the Kenmore Bothell Interfaith Group (KBIG) partnered to host an “Affordable Housing Success Stories” panel discussion as part of Affordable… Continue reading

Kenmore man to race across the U.S. next month

Derek Hill, a Kenmore resident and Kirkland police detective, and John Bergen, a Kirkland resident and a partner at Ernst and Young in Seattle, are… Continue reading

Candidates file for November election

Here are the candidates who have filed to run for office this November. Filing week was May 15-19. Bothell City Council Position 1 (currently held… Continue reading

Northshore superintendent talks education with Bothell chamber

Northshore School District (NSD) Superintendent Dr. Michelle Reid was the featured speaker at the Greater Bothell Chamber of Commerce’s May luncheon. Reid is 10 months… Continue reading

Bothell fire chief retires

After a 36-year career in the fire service, Bothell Fire Chief Bob Van Horne has retired. His last day on the job was Monday, and… Continue reading

Locals organize to show ‘indivisible’ opposition

“We are one nation … indivisible.” Thus is the impetus behind the formation of the Indivisible movement, which has spread across the United States and… Continue reading

Kirkland, Kenmore work together to resolve neighborhood flooding issue

With the record-setting rain the Puget Sound region has received this year, it’s no surprise that flooding is an issue in many areas. However, in… Continue reading