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Kathy Coyne swears she’s an average teacher.
University of Washington, Bothell Chancellor Kenyon Chan appointed Marilyn E. Cox as the new vice chancellor for administration and planning.
It took him eight years, but Patrick Noland finally found the person he’s been waiting for.
It’s estimated that about 7,000 people from Bothell, Kenmore, Kirkland, Mill Creek and Woodinville visit the Northshore Senior Center.
Jazz guitarist Miles Okazaki is used to large crowds in venues that span the globe. However, on April 3, Okazaki downsized, playing for a small audience of junior-high and high-school students and their parents at Inglemoor High’s theater.
The Cascadia Community College/University of Washington, Bothell campus received top honors in the National Wildlife Federation’s Chill Out: Campus Solutions to Global Warming competition. The campus won the category of Habitat Restoration for the campus’ 58-acre urban-wetlands restoration project.
The Kenmore City Council voted April 7 to rescind a previous motion that authorized taxpayer-funded health insurance for its members. Coverage for councilmembers who enrolled in the program will end May 31.
The Northshore Senior Center (10201 E. Riverside Drive, Bothell) will host “Weekend-O-Fun” events from May 2-3. Activities will include:
Cascadia Community College will begin offering classes at Woodinville High this week.Both schools are touting the dual-enrollment arrangement as a win.Cascadia needed additional classroom space,… Continue reading
It’s a sunny afternoon, and two lawn-care crews are preparing to do their thing at residences along Bothell’s Northeast 190th Street.
Swamp Creek, North Creek, and Little Bear Creek flow from rapidly urbanizing southwest Snohomish County to the Sammamish River and Lake Washington. Quilceda Creek flows through the Urban Growth Area between Arlington and Marysville into the Snohomish River.
More than 1,000 people have signed a petition asking the city of Bothell to annex its Snohomish County urban growth areas (UGAs).
I was recently invited to speak at a women’s conference of a local church. Among several topics being discussed, I was asked to host a workshop about the joys and challenges of being single. Over the past several weeks, I’ve immersed myself in research, written commentary, and heartfelt discussion about the single life.
Northwest residents can welcome spring with greener lawn care and gardening practices by taking advantage of savings up to 25 percent on natural yard-care products during the 10th annual Northwest Natural Yard Days, April 15-May 15.