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“What I’m doing as an abstract artist, I’m really dealing with lines, shapes, patches of color,” she said, standing in her basement, walls lines with dozens of works of art leaning against mattresses. “Abstract is a new world, it’s the only way an artist can really express what’s inside them,” she said.
At the meeting, interest in continuing with the RFA was approved 4-3, with Bothell Deputy Mayor Duerr and Councilmembers Tris Samberg and Joshua Freed opposed.
The Practical Sparrow is the brainchild of long-time Country Village caterer Teresa Howard, 51, who recently sold her business of 21 years, Celestial Catering, to Alexa’s Catering and opened up downstairs, beneath the Rosewood Room. But she plans on keeping that independent spirit in her new store.
Although no finalized proposals have been presented to the Washington State Parks Commission detailing possible development by Daniels Real Estate to restore a seminary at Saint Edward State Park, battle lines are being drawn between those in favor of development and those opposing it.
Caldwell is a 31-year-old graduate of the University of Washington Bothell’s business administration program whose been working at the Chamber since before she graduated in 2007.
A red pickup truck had plowed straight into Ruth Brumbaugh’s meticulously hand-painted fence. As her neighbor came outside to see what had happened, the driver scrambled free of the damaged section of fence before peeling off into the night in the 22900 block of Meridian Ave South
The cities of Shoreline, Lake Forest Park, Kenmore, Bothell and Woodinville all signed the measure, affirming their support for the measure.
A new salon complex is on it’s way to Bothell and is anticipated to open at the end of January.
Roads in unincorporated King County area are deteriorating, and adequate maintenance and improvements will cost the county at least an additional $260 million annually, a report released Wednesday by the county Bridges and Roads Task Force said.
During the Jan. 19 meeting, the city council voted 4-3 to drop their challenge to a Growth Management Hearings Board decision reversing the city’s Ordinance 2163, which allowed for greater development in around 220 acres of environmentally protected land in northeast Bothell.
Lauren Dillon-Merrill, a 30-year-old Kirkland resident recently opened a multi-business location in Bothell’s Logsdon Building, right above The Neverending Bookshop, offering digital arts and design services, photography, clothing design and an esoteric healing practice.
Housing in King County is in high demand and low to moderate income residents are feeling the crunch.
“I figured if we had some suggestions from the public, that our process with coming up with a name would be enormously simplified,” Parks and Recreation Director John Keates said.
During the Jan. 11 Kenmore City Council meeting, city staff presented an outline for creating two baseball fields, overlaid with two more soccer fields and a cricket field on the current field.
The group, composed of members of the organization Friends of North Creek Forest (FNCF) and students from the University of Washington Bothell’s Restoration Ecology Network (REN) are working to restore a quarter-acre patch of hillside. Restoration involves removing invasive species such as blackberry bushes and building up the hillside to prevent mudslides.
If the joint bid of five area cities is approved, infrastructure construction for a rapid bus transit could begin along State Route 522, providing a speedy commute along the congested corridor and easy access to the planned light rail link in Shoreline.
A string of reported dog poisonings has prompted the Snohomish County Parks and Recreation department to issue a warning report to dog owners.
The Northshore Senior Center offers members various computer classes and a place to get connected.
Nearly 30 people addressed the Bothell City Council during a special meeting Monday to discuss an appeal filed in response to a Central Puget Sound Growth Management Hearings Board ruling.
McMenamins Pool Manager Debra Shelton said her department was already aware of the problem and planning on closing the pool independently. The thick fog created a situation where lifeguards were unable to clearly see the pool.