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The dance party will take place on June 8.
Property values continue to rise across King County.
Jane Van Galen received the UW innovative teaching award.
The featured artist exhibit at the City Hall Gallery will open on the evening on June 27.
The artist’s work will be on display until July 20.
The “Libraries Rock!” programs help prevent school-aged youth from the academic “summer slide”.
Students saw firsthand the possible consequences of driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs as well as while distracted.
Three locations will have closures starting on May 29.
Suzanne G. Beyer writes a tribute to Bothell’s Mick Johns.
The market will start on June 5 and take place every Tuesday.
Paul Hage,who received the 2018 University of Washington Bothell President’s Medal earned a 3.93 GPA.
The bill would ensure families pay no more than seven percent of income toward child care
Dhruvik Parikh was honored with the Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award.
Local business owner inspires other acts of kindness in the community.
The city will host a ribbon-cutting celebration this Saturday.
Benjamin Anderson graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering.
The sale will accept donation from June 1 to July 27 then sale donated items on August 9, 10 and 11.
Leslie Hurst works for the University of Washington Bothell Cascadia College Library.
They recently handed out free “wallets” of the Dogecoin currency, and 88 new members signed up.
This October, local bus and paratransit fares will go up 25 cents; vanpool fares will rise