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Don’t eat while driving. Don’t put makeup on while driving. Don’t text while driving. Don’t watch a video while driving. Don’t read while driving. Not… Continue reading
Your article, “Sustainable Bothell community compromises with developers,” (Bothell-Kenmore Reporter, Aug. 4) makes clear it is delusional. One of the residents of the community identified… Continue reading
Excellent idea for reporter Catherine Krummey to remind us to support our local papers as her parting wisdom. (“Support quality journalism” Bothell-Kenmore Reporter, July 5)… Continue reading
The U.S. Senate plan is not a health care bill. It is a massive transfer of wealth from working people to Wall Street. The Senate… Continue reading
Another New Year’s Eve and Independence Day has gone by and our elected officials in Bothell have yet to follow the banning of fireworks like… Continue reading
I grew up in Bothell, but my wife and I moved north some time ago. We went to Mass on July 2 and were introduced… Continue reading
As an Independent in the 45th Legislative District who voted for Sen. Andy Hill, Jinyoung Lee Englund misses the mark for me in substance. Seattle… Continue reading
Exciting to see so many people filing to run for office. (See ‘Candidates file for November election’ by Catherine Krummey, Bothell-Kenmore Reporter, May 22.) Our… Continue reading
Many folks move to Kenmore, Bothell and Woodinville for the great schools. The Northshore School District (NSD) has a rich history with a share of… Continue reading
Lake Washington is a great place to take the family on a sunny Saturday afternoon. With the calm waters, families can go boating, inner tubing… Continue reading
Puget Sound Energy (PSE) would like to thank Kenmore residents for your interest in energy efficiency. Through May 29, PSE is offering every residential customer… Continue reading
As a lifelong resident of Washington state, I’ve seen firsthand the slow decline of our social services. First, while I attended school in the Northshore… Continue reading
My husband and I moved to the Eastside seven years ago and we have been so pleased to call Washington our home. When we moved… Continue reading
Kudos to Congresswoman Suzan DelBene for being even more accessible by holding multiple town hall meetings during this Congressional recess. (‘Congresswoman DelBene hosts town hall… Continue reading
Gov. (Jay) Inslee was quoted in the Reporter accusing the Trump administration of being “anti-science.” He also bemoaned “fake news.” Inslee frequently touts his environmental… Continue reading
In this day of cell phones, instant messaging and Wi-Fi available even at the local coffee shop, it’s important that we all take a moment… Continue reading
First District Sen. Rosemary McAuliffe is retiring and not on the ballot this year. McAuliffe has been a powerhouse for our community for many years… Continue reading
We need a candidate to serve us in Olympia who understands and can relate to all the communities in our district. Jim Langston is certainly the man for this job.
The proposed Regional Proposition 1 (ST 3) is a $54 billion tax and spend proposal that would have a long lasting and huge impact on the finances of the City of Bothell and our region.
There is a small community of individuals that dare to see the world differently. They see the extreme possibilities where others may see mundane architecture.