Main Street Bothell hosts random acts of New Year Chair-ity

These three chairs, for the Fourth of July Parade, found their way to Main Street in the wee hours of Jan. 1 and no one knows who put them there.  - Deanna Isaacs/Bothell Reporter
  • Jan 26, 2015 at 11:23AM

In the wee hours of the New Year, something was afoot in downtown Bothell along Main Street. It wasn’t the tail end of the Jan. 1 celebrations, nor was it people moseying about for their first antique shopping of the year.


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Closures return to Filbert Drive

  • Today at 1:21PM

The Snohomish County Public Works Department has issued a permit for Plats Plus to work on Filbert Drive from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Feb. 28.

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Detectives seek public’s help in locating suspect in human trafficking

  • Today at 1:21PM

Detectives from the Washington State Patrol (WSP) Missing and Exploited Children’s Task Force (MECTF) are seeking the public’s assistance in finding a man wanted for human trafficking.

Heroin deaths at epidemic levels in Snohomish County

  • Today at 1:06PM

Heroin and prescription opioid usage in our county is a serious problem. From 2011 to 2013, approximately one out of every five heroin deaths in the state occurred in Snohomish County, a county with only one-tenth of the total population in Washington.

King County Council declares “See Blue Week” in support of the Hawks

  • Today at 12:59PM

The members of the Metropolitan King County Council are looking for a “Sea of Blue” after declaring the week of January 26-February 1 as "See Blue Week" in support of the Seattle Seahawks as they prepare to defend their Super Bowl title.

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