Catherine Krummey

Karlinsey delivers State of Kenmore address

City Manager Rob Karlinsey delivered his State of the City of Kenmore address to members of the Greater Bothell Chamber of Commerce and other attendees… Continue reading

Inslee focused on funding education

On Inauguration Day for the nation’s new president, recently re-elected Washington Gov. Jay Inslee talked with Sound Publishing reporters and editors from Kirkland, Bothell, Mercer… Continue reading

State’s clean water grant safe from EPA freeze

Grant funding for the Washington Department of Ecology’s Clean Water State Revolving Fund is not in danger after President Donald Trump has frozen the U.S.… Continue reading

Sara Solum Hayashi to receive award for Kenmore community service

Sara Solum Hayashi, a long-time volunteer and advocate of a wide range of arts programs, has been named winner of the Kenmore Heritage Society’s annual… Continue reading

Bastyr makes updates to library

Bastyr University celebrated the 21st century updates to its library with a reception on Jan. 19. Space was cleared out in the main area of… Continue reading

City of Bothell hosts meeting for Main Street merchants

Business and property owners from Main Street gathered at Bothell City Hall on Jan. 11 to hear the latest updates on the Main Street enhancement… Continue reading

Homeless men living in Bothell share their stories

Editor’s Note: The Reporter spoke with these two homeless men on the condition that we would not use their last names. This is the first… Continue reading

Open house scheduled for bridge replacement in Kenmore

The City of Kenmore is hosting an open house to get residents’ input on the West Sammamish River Bridge replacement project. The bridge, built in… Continue reading

Northshore groups advocate for inclusion

In the last few months, several organizations have formed in the Bothell-Kenmore region to promote the acceptance, safety and inclusion of marginalized people, from immigrants… Continue reading

State parks commission schedules meeting on St. Edward ballfields

The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission will meet on Jan. 26 to hear a report on the current status of the St. Edward State… Continue reading

DelBene, Baker volunteer at St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store

Congresswoman Suzan DelBene was joined by Kenmore Mayor David Baker to volunteer at the St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store in Kenmore to mark this… Continue reading

Bothell teen wins national Search for Hidden Figures contest

Bothell resident Yuna Shin’s “insatiable passion” for STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) is evident in most of her interests and extra-curricular activities. For starters,… Continue reading

Henna artist donates services to cancer patients

For Kirkland henna artist Sarah Walters, giving back is not just something she does for the holidays. “I think it’s important for everyone to give… Continue reading

State parks commission approves St. Edward Seminary lease proposal

The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission unanimously approved a motion directing State Parks Director Don Hoch to sign the McDonald property exchange and 62-year… Continue reading

Hundreds attend St. Edward Seminary public hearing

More than 100 people signed up to share their opinions on the future of the St. Edward Seminary building at a public hearing held Jan.… Continue reading

Eastside police departments examine future of proactive policing

Around 2004, automobile theft was on the rise in Redmond and throughout the Puget Sound region. Cmdr. Shari Francois with the Redmond Police Department (RPD)… Continue reading

Kenmore puts foot down on 520 bridge

The City of Kenmore is taking a firm stance on not allowing additional work on the State Route 520 bridge project to be done within… Continue reading

Kenmore City Clerk Patty Safrin retires

Kenmore City Clerk Patty Safrin retired at the end of 2016, after four and a half years in the position and 11 years total as… Continue reading

Bothell City Council unanimously approves Fitzgerald subarea code amendments

Striving for balance in preserving the environment and making sure property owners aren’t too constricted by the city’s zoning codes, the Bothell City Council, at… Continue reading

State Parks Commission announces second Saint Edward Seminary meeting

The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission will have not one but two special meetings in January to discuss the future of the Seminary Building… Continue reading