Deanna Isaacs

Bothell police officers rescue puppies from hot car

Two puppies were locked in a hot Dodge Caravan on a sunny May 18, but also had impeccable luck given that a good samaritan noticed the two and called the police.

Bomb threats made toward Bothell healthcare organization

Molina Healthcare reported a bomb threat to Bothell Police Department on May 12.

DNR advises of forest fire risk over Memorial Day

The Washington Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Fire department is urging Washitonians to use caution this Memorial Day weekend due to the dangers of forest fires.

Mayor Baker only council member to face challenger

The King County elections departments have updated their websites for candidate filing and there will be no primaries for the city.

Finding friends on the backroads of Washington

Recently, a friend (Harvey Sherman with the Aurora) informed me of a group of people who enjoy a good drive, the Northwest Drivers group on Meetup, regardless of what is driven. So I decided to check it out.

2016 Camaro boasts weight loss, beastly powertrain

Chevrolet has been redesigning it's sixth generation of Camaro, improving handling, creating a lighter body with a more nimble response and giving consumers more options for the powertrain.

Bothell, Maltby construction through June 30

The Snohomish County Department of Public Works is warning motorists of possible delays along 212th Street SE near Maltby as construction restricts the road to one way traffic.

Lamb, Evans not running for reelection – Nine candidates total

The King and Snohomish County elections departments have updated their websites for candidate filing and all three Bothell City Council positions will hold primaries. However, only Andy Rheaume has filed for reelection for position 2.

39th Avenue SE to see one month of construction

The Snohomish County Department of Public Works is notifying drivers in Bothell that 39th Avenue Se will have single lane closures from May to June.

Blake Lewis Concert at Bothell Park

On July 24, Bothell Landing will host American Idol, singer-songwriter, beatboxer and local celebrity Blake Colin Lewis for a community concert.

City of Kenmore hosts recycling event at Inglemoor HS

On Saturday, May 30, the City of Kenmore is hosting a recycling, collection and composting event at Inglemoor High School.

Lucky Lasagna dinner to benefit Music Boosters

The Bothell Music Boosters is hosting the Dinner Before the Show "Lucky Lasagna" dinner at 5:30 p.m., Saturday, May 16.

Gov. Inslee declares state-wide drought

Gov. Inslee declared a state-wide drought for Washington on May 15, as dwindling snowpacks break record historic lows.

King County executive meets with Northshore School District students, takes tour

King County Executive Dow Constantine met with school officials and students of Northshore School District on May 14 to get a better understanding of challenges the district is facing.

Bastyr Chapel hosts international folk music

On May 17, at 3 p.m., the Bastyr Chapel will host the Kirkland Choral Society's Songs of Ourselves - Folk Music from Around the World concert.

Color run for heart health in Redmond

Redmond's second annual Color Run/Walk for heart heath will occur at 8:30 a.m. on May 16.

Pancakes and eggs with and for Northshore seniors

The Northshore Pancake Breakfast event is being hosted at the Northshore Senior Center in Bothell starting at 8 a.m. on Saturday, May 16.

Learn to use Ham Radios in Seattle

The PC Center, located at 2363 NW 80th St. in Seattle, is offering free Ham radio classes.

Mitsubishi’s Lancer GT is not for the ‘driver assist’ crowd

Driving the all-wheel drive (AWD) Mitsubishi Lancer GT on the dirt roads of Washington is about as close to stage rally as many of us will ever get - unless you drive stage rally, if so: Kudos.

Daddy’s Donuts coming soon to Kenmore

Mini donut maker Daddy's Donuts is coming to Kenmore.