Deanna Isaacs

Elections updates for Northshore SD primary

King and Snohomish Counties have updated the votes counted for the 2015 primary elections, including votes for candidates for the director 3 position of the Northshore School Board.

Latest elections results for Bothell City Council

Both King and Snohomish counties have updated their results from the primary elections held Aug. 4. Counts and tallies are subject to change until the Secretary of State certifies the elections results on Aug. 21.

Elections night primary results for Bothell City Council

The preliminary results of the primary elections for Bothell City Council's positions 2, 4, and 6 were officially released Tuesday night. All the results are as of 8:30 p.m. on Aug. 4 and, as more ballots are counted are subject to change.

Water utilities warn of possible shortage, suggest wise usage

The cities of Bothell and Kenmore, along with 1.3 million other residents in the Puget Sound area, all receive water from Seattle Public Utilities. This week, Seattle, along with Tacoma, Everett and the Cascade Water Alliance, have initiated Phase One of their Water Shortage Contingency Plans (WSCP).

Northshore School District primary elections results

The results of the primary elections for director of district 3 for the Northshore School Board have been released and the candidates have been chosen for the general elections this November.

Environmental issues take center stage at Bothell special council meeting

The Bothell City Council passed a motion on July 30 authorizing the city to appeal a decision made by the Growth Management Hearings Board (GMHB) concerning an ordinance impacting the Fitzgerald/35th Avenue Sub area of Bothell near the North Creek Forest.

Complete road closure of 14th Drive SE for sewer project

The Snohomish County Department of Public Works has authorized a full road closure on 14th Drive SE from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., from Aug. 4 through Aug, 21.

Looking for a place to honor veterans

During the past several years, the Veterans Heritage Museum has been looking for a place to call home. Todd Crooks, founder and volunteer since its inception 15 years ago, has simple requests - 1,000 square feet for the artifacts and a $100,000 budget for one staff member and any bills.

Two Bothell Parks staff save storm drains from diesel spill

On Friday, July 24, the quick actions of two Bothell Parks staff saved 40 gallons of diesel fuel from running into a storm drain and heading into the Puget Sound.

New law takes aim at animal abuse, pets in hot cars

The new law, SSB 5501, makes it a class 2 civil infraction to leave animals unattended in a motor vehicle or enclosed space if the animal could considered endangered by excessive heat or cold, or a lack of water or ventilation.

Water Shortage Contingency Plan enters phase 1, advisory level

The City of Bothell, Northshore Utilities and the City of Kirkland all get their water services from Seattle Public Utilities. This week, Seattle, along with Tacoma and Everett, have initiated Phase One of their Water Shortage Contingency Plans (WSCP).

Kenmore PD hosting National Night Out party

The city of Kenmore is hosting a National Night Out Against Crime party from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Kenmore Police Department at City Hall on Tuesday, August 4.

Q&A with Northshore School Board candidate David Cogan

With the primary elections in full swing, the Bothell Reporter conducted a Q&A with the candidates for Northshore School Board.

Q&A with Northshore School Board candidate Isaac Parsons

With the primary elections in full swing, the Bothell Reporter conducted a Q&A with the candidates for Northshore School Board.

Q&A with Northshore School Board candidate Berta Phillips

With the primary elections in full swing, the Bothell Reporter conducted a Q&A with the candidates for Northshore School Board.

Heroes of the Natural World presented at Kenmore Library, July 30

On Thursday, July 30, at 3 p.m., the Kenmore Library will host Heroes of the Natural World.

Building antibodies for science at the Kenmore Library, July 29

The Bothell Library is hosting Science Alive! twice on Wednesday, July 29.

Learn to draw aliens and superheroes at the Kenmore Library, July 27

On Monday, July 27 from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m., the Kenmore Library is opening their doors to young artists.

Kenmore Library invites kids to “Game On!”

Kenmore Library is hosting Teen Zone: Game On! Summer Style event starting at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, July 29.

Kenmore Senior Center hosting investing class

The Kenmore Senior Center is hosting the "Rules of the Road-Investing" workshop at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, July 28.