Deanna Isaacs

State parks commission extends deadline, a look inside Saint Edward seminary building

Kenmore has a building with history, heritage and classic elegance - the Saint Edward Seminary.


Bothell resident Julia Owens wins White House award for history project

For some students, history is just another subject in the day’s lesson plan. For Julia Owens, a Northshore Junior High School student, history is about fun - and earning first place in state competitions and achieving the White House History Award for her project.


Bothell City Council candidates discuss transparency and growth during forum

Population and development growth, government transparency, greater communication with the community, and of course, Wayne Golf Course, dominated the discussions during the Bothell City Council candidate forum at Bothell City Hall on Sept. 17.


Bothell’s Bill High inducted into diving hall of fame

Local Bothell resident William “Bill” High is being inducted into the Cayman Islands International Scuba Diving Hall of Fame Friday for his many achievements under the water.

Drinking at city parks, teens sneak into Kenmore Skate Park construction area | King County Sheriff’s blotter

The blotter feature is both a description of a small selection of police incidents and a statistical roundup of all calls to the King County Sheriff’s Office that are dispatched to on-duty police officers. The King County Sheriff’s Office blotter is not intended to be representative of all police calls originating in Kenmore.

Tour with the Reporter | A look inside the new McMenamin’s

Excitement is building for the opening of McMenamin’s Anderson School in Bothell.

Money plays a big role in politics, including in Bothell

Elections aren’t just about the democratic process or the freedom to choose the desired candidate for the job; these days it’s also about a metric ton of money exchanging hands to finance the campaigns of politicians - Bothell is no different.

Ferry expansion for Lake Washington report approved by King Co. Council

On Sept. 8, the King County Council approved an initial report concerning the optional ferry expansions for the Puget Sound and Lake Washington.

The best and worst of the automotive world, Part I

In one night, I went from the best to the worst that the automotive world has to offer.

Shy Inglemoor student making noise in local art scene

Jennifer Chen is a shy but outgoing artist entering her senior year at Inglemoor High School.

Residents pack into meeting about seminary renovation

A large crowd of no fewer than 200 people crowded into the standing room only meeting room of the Northshore Utility District building on Aug. 25 to hear about a proposal for Saint Edwards Seminary and a request for a time extension from Daniels Real Estate firm to the state.

Kenmore invites citizens to open data Hackathon

The City of Kenmore is hosting a new way of storytelling for the city using citizen power and open data. The city's Hackathon, slated from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 26, is for civic-minded coders.

Last month for Bothell Farmer’s Market

The Bothell Farmer's Market is starting to wind down, now that summer is on its way out. The farmers market is open at Country Village from noon to 6 p.m. every Friday between now and Oct. 2.

Eligible Families Encouraged to Apply for Free and Reduced-Price Meal Programs

Washington public schools play a vital role in children’s health by providing free and reduced-price meals to students in need. The National School Lunch Program, School Breakfast Program and Special Milk Program are administered by the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI), art of the Department of Agriculture.

Maserati of Kirkland offers leasing incentives

Maserati is trying to woo Seattle-area drivers to lease a new car by offering deals on new 2015 vehicles.

Kenmore weathers the storm with strong community

With one storm past and another heading on in, it's a good time to stop and tip our hats to the people who have been mitigating the storm's damage even when it was still occurring.

Labor Day DUI and DUID emphasis in King County

Saying that people will consume libations on Labor Day is like saying that the sky is blue or the sun shines during the day - duhhh… What isn't so apparent to those that drink and drive is that they are endangering everyone around them.

Free ‘Football Toss’ building workshop at Bothell Home Depot

The Bothell Home Depot is offering a free workshop in 'How to build a Football Toss Game' from 9 a.m. through noon on Saturday, Sept. 5.

AT&T has 95 positions open in Bothell call center

AT&T announced more than 165 available positions in Washington State, with many in Bothell.

National Parks pass for all fourth graders, nationwide

For the school year of 2015 through 2016, parents of US 4th graders can apply for a free parks pass for the entire year through the 'Every Kid in a Park' program.