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Carlton “Bud” Ericksen was a football man through and through.
His name is Don Ricks, but he could just as well go by “Donnie Appleseed.”
Chuck Henry is serious about sustainability, but he had the crowd chuckling at the Washington State Technology Summit.
It’s double — and often triple — the fun at Eastside Mothers of Multiples (EMOMS) events.
Local trash collection agency Waste Management recently announced a new partnership with Eastside law-enforcement agencies to help drivers report crime — if they see it.
Bothell resident Dr. Maria Johnson was recently awarded tenure at Lake Washington Technical College (LWTC).
Many of you may have seen the news coverage in the past few weeks where a group of adolescent girls were arrested for the assault of one of their peers. The assaulted young girl was a close friend of the group of girls who brutally beat her. In fact, they had just enjoyed a slumber party together over their spring break. Days later, she was assaulted until she fell unconscious and suffered permanent injuries. What went terribly wrong?
The Rev. Michael Dowd gave up most of his earthly possessions six years ago and began traveling the country by van with his wife, published science writer Connie Barlow.
The U.S. Small Business Administration’s Seattle District Office has named Carlos Veliz, president/CEO and owner of PCSI Design, Inc. in Bothell, as the 2008 Washington State SBA Minority Small Business Champion of the Year.
The city of Kenmore will host its annual Parks Appreciation Day from 9 a.m. to noon April 26.
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.