Carrie Wood

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Kenmore hosts 40 city officials from across US for economic event | Photos

When the owners of Kenmore Air told city officials that the Secret Service shuts down their seaplane operation every time the U.S. president visits the area, Kenmore officials listened.

 

Krystal and Tom Warwick with their three children.

Community wages ‘War Against Brain Tumors’ to help Bothell mom

Fussy babies, no sleep, disobedient kids - these are some of the things Nadya Tesar and her group of church friends have grumbled about.

 

Kinnon W. Williams

Councilman files PDC complaint against EvergreenHealth board candidate

Kirkland City Councilman Toby Nixon filed a complaint with the Washington State Public Disclosure Commission on Monday against Kinnon Williams, a candidate for EvergreenHealth board of commissioners Position 2.

 

Julia Lacey

Northshore school board incumbent drops from race due to relocation | Update

Northshore School District board incumbent Julia Lacey officially conceded to her opponent Thursday, days after King and Snohomish County Elections certified the final primary election results.

Julia Lacey
Kenmore resident Patrick O’Brien in front of his solar panel structure

Judge rules in favor of Kenmore in solar panel dispute with local man

A King County Superior Court judge on Aug. 16 ruled in favor of the city of Kenmore regarding a solar panel dispute with a local man.

Kenmore resident Patrick O’Brien in front of his solar panel structure
Then-King County Sheriff Sue Rahr recognizes then-Deputy Mitchell Wright (center) as Shoreline Police Officer of the Year in 2006 for making more than 150 arrests

Bail set for Bothell man, former deputy accused of stealing drugs seized in DEA investigations

A former King County sheriff’s deputy who worked undercover for the U.S. Drug Enfor

Then-King County Sheriff Sue Rahr recognizes then-Deputy Mitchell Wright (center) as Shoreline Police Officer of the Year in 2006 for making more than 150 arrests

King County detectives arrest former deputy at his Bothell home on several charges

A 10-year veteran of the King County Sheriff’s Office was arrested at his Bothell home on Monday morning and booked on several charges, including investigation of theft, possession of stolen property, tampering and possession of a controlled substance.

Krystal and Tom Warwick with their three children.

Bothell family faces hardship as mother battles brain tumor

Krystal Warwick was pissed at God. And if battling a brain tumor for the past two-and-a-half years wasn’t enough, doctors recently told the 29-year-old she probably has less than a year to live. That’s less time to spend with her 2-year-old daughter, and her sons, ages 3 and 5. And less time to spend with her husband, Tom Warwick.

Krystal and Tom Warwick with their three children.
The candidates for Bothell City Council Position 5 include

Booth still leading Bothell Position 5 race, gap slightly narrows

Planning Commission member Steve Booth is still holding the lead over his two challengers as results from the primary election continue to be tallied this week.

The candidates for Bothell City Council Position 5 include

City responds to Kenmore man’s court appeal over solar panels

The city of Kenmore contends that a local man, who the city ordered to take down his solar panels in January, misrepresented his structure as an arbor for grape vines and failed to obtain a permit for the unsafe structure.

Navy cartoon stirs Northshore community | Editorial

I remember the night I stood at the Yokosuka Naval Base in Japan and looked up at my command ship, the USS Blue Ridge, or what we seamen referred to as “The Blue Cruiser.”

Alan Justin Smith was named a suspect in the death of his wife. Susann Smith was found murdered in her Bothell home in February.

Husband now murder suspect in killing of Bothell woman

Bothell police are now considering the husband of a murdered Bothell woman a suspect in her death.

Alan Justin Smith was named a suspect in the death of his wife. Susann Smith was found murdered in her Bothell home in February.
Kenmore resident Patrick O’Brien is suing the city for the enforcement of what he calls ‘nonexistent’ solar panel codes after enforcement officers made him dismantle his ‘green’ structure.

Kenmore man sues city in solar panel dispute

A scarlet hummingbird pauses between the blossoms of a cherry tree in Patrick O’Brien’s front yard before it flits past several plum trees, grape vines and red cedar trees.

Kenmore resident Patrick O’Brien is suing the city for the enforcement of what he calls ‘nonexistent’ solar panel codes after enforcement officers made him dismantle his ‘green’ structure.

Man outraged over new Bothell rule that prohibits large signs

For many years, James Barnhart has carried his large signs into Bothell City Council meetings, addressing mostly what he sees as city corruption.

Susann Smith

Bothell murder victim died of head injuries, medical examiner confirms

The Snohomish County Medical Examiner's Office has identified the dead woman found in her Bothell home as Susann Smith.

Susann Smith

Police investigating death of Bothell woman as a homicide

Bothell detectives are investigating the suspicious death of a woman they found in a Bothell home during a welfare check on Tuesday morning.

Bothell man dies in car accident

A Bothell man died in a car accident after suffering a head injury on Feb. 4.

Bothell detectives investigating suspicious death

Bothell detectives are investigating the suspicious death of an unidentified person they found in a Bothell home during a welfare check Tuesday morning.

Family escapes Bothell house fire unharmed, thanks to smoke detectors

A family with children was able to escape unharmed after their Bothell home caught fire Tuesday night.

A vehicle crashed into gas pumps at the 76 gas station and ignited into flames after it collided with another vehicle on Kirkland’s Finn Hill

Car strikes gas pumps, catches fire after car accident just outside of Kenmore

A vehicle crashed into gas pumps at the 76 gas station and ignited into flames after it collided with another vehicle on Kirkland’s Finn Hill Friday afternoon.

A vehicle crashed into gas pumps at the 76 gas station and ignited into flames after it collided with another vehicle on Kirkland’s Finn Hill