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5 Snohomish County cities and the tribes join an Amazon bid

Teamed with King county, they offer options for a second company headquarters close to the first.

Great Washington ShakeOut set for Oct. 19 | Video

It’s that time of year again, where Washington residents will have an opporutnity to practice what to do in an earthquake. Millions of people worldwide… Continue reading

Pop-up boutique coming to Kenmore’s Hangar Oct. 14-15

Crow, a pop-up boutique, will be at Kenmore’s Hangar building one weekend each month through the rest of the year. The little store will feature… Continue reading

Foundation acknowledges community donations: $237K to support students, teachers, schools

As the school year begins, Northshore Schools Foundation Executive Director Carmin Dalziel addressed the Northshore School District School Board, detailing the level of grassroots support… Continue reading

  • Oct 6, 2017

Seattle man guilty in murder of Bothell man

The defendant claimed he’d been robbed and pistol-whipped, but the jury didn’t believe him.

  • Oct 5, 2017

Local women travel to Syrian refugee camps in Lebanon

With so much hardship around the world, Esther Filip, Rachel Hile and Jessica Dahl wanted to do their part to help those in need. For… Continue reading

Cascadia College offers career track degrees in biology, homeland security emergency management

Cascadia College is offering two new associate degrees for students this fall. The Homeland Security Emergency Management degree provides career-bound students with practical experience to… Continue reading

  • Oct 5, 2017

Alleged scam artist was ‘very, very convincing,’ police say

She’s accused of bilking people from Lynnwood, Bothell & beyond out of tens of thousands of dollars.

Hey Amazon, Bothell is the place for your 2nd headquarters

However, the company has a few requirements that seem to exceed what Snohomish County could deliver.

City of Bothell to host forum on opioid addiction

The city of Bothell and a committee of volunteers invites the public to attend an informational presentation on the opioid epidemic Oct. 19. The forum,… Continue reading

  • Oct 3, 2017

UW Bothell prepares students to meet the demand in cybersecurity

There were one million cyber-security job openings in the United States in 2016. More than 200,000 of those positions went unfilled. This area of work… Continue reading

Will Washingtonians be able to grow their own weed?

When Initiative 502, which legalized a recreational market for marijuana, was approved by voters in 2012, it did not include allowances for non-medical patients to… Continue reading

County council discussing changes to Metro rates

An ordinance that would simplify Metro bus fares in the county was referred to committee at a King County Council meeting Aug. 27. The fares… Continue reading

Woodmoor students busy as bees during Outdoor Education Day

More than 100 students from Woodmoor Elementary School in Bothell had a chance to learn about animals, insects and the wilderness during Outdoor Education Day,… Continue reading

County Council postpones decision on Bothell zoning changes

Representatives wonder how to protect rural properties from sprawl without being unfair.

Sewer line protection available to Kenmore residents

The City of Kenmore announced last week a partnership with Service Line Warranties of America (SLWA) to offer the National League of Cities (NLC) Service… Continue reading

  • Oct 2, 2017

Bothell’s Crosswalk Flashing Lights program ensures children have a safe route to school

The City of Bothell kicked off its Crosswalk Flashing Lights program with a little celebration on Sept. 13. The new program for pedestrian-activated flashing lights… Continue reading

Bellevue police arrest more than 100 in undercover prostitution sting

One of the more than 100 arrested was a Bothell man

Neighborly dispute over tree removal, road rage retaliation, meth | Kenmore police blotter Sept. 11-26

The blotter feature is a description of a small selection of law enforcement incidents and calls to the King County Sheriff’s Office (KCSO) that are… Continue reading

Grants help salmon habitat work, programs in Lake Washington-Cedar-Sammamish watershed

The King County Flood Control District has approved more than $2.3 million in Cooperative Watershed Management grant funding to support ongoing chinook salmon recovery efforts… Continue reading

  • Sep 29, 2017