Deanna Isaacs

Locust Way road closures between Aug. 17 and 31

Public Works for Snohomish County has authorized PSE and InfraSource Services to close down a single lane of Locust Way between Aug. 17 and Aug. 31.

Burglar caught by Kenmore police chief after stealing, taking showers and folding clothes

A string of burglaries hit the Northshore area between June and July where the suspect stole valuable items, including jewelry and cars. Of course he also took the time to shower and fold the victim's clothes.

Teen Hacker Lab at Bothell Library

The Bothell Library will battle evil with the Teen Hacker Lab, between 3 and 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 12 and Thursday, Aug. 13.

Nature Games presented by SEELC at Saint Eds

At 10:30 a.m., on Wednesday, Aug 12, the Saint Edward Environmental Learning Center (SEELC) is hosting the next installment of the Wild Wednesday series.

Phase 2 of Water Contingency Plan in effect, voluntary reduction of 10 percent

The drought gripping Washington State has forced resource management utilities to move from Phase 1, reported on July 31, has moved into the second phase of water use reduction: the Voluntary Reduction stage.

HealthPoint’s Dare to Care 5k runs this Sat., Aug. 15

Bothell's HealthPoint is hosting its annual Family 5k, called Dare to Care, starting at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 15.

Battle of the all-electric City Cars

During a recent event, called Drive Revolution, I got the chance to pit six electric vehicles (EV) against one another; the Chevrolet Spark EV, the Fiat 500e, the Kia Soul EV, the Mitsubishi i-MiEV, the Nissan Leaf and the Volkswagen eGolf.

State auditor finds Northshore School District Board, superintendent in violation of law

The Washington State Auditor's Office has concluded that three Northshore School District (NSD) board members and Superintendent Larry Francois violated the Open Meetings Act by dining and discussing the new North Creek High School with a flooring vendor.

UW Bothell student David Ricker awarded BECU Foundation scholarship

The BECU Foundation has awarded $3,000 scholarships to 80 student-members, including Bothell-native David Ricker attending the University of Washington's Bothell Campus.

Gold Creek Church hosting free party at Miner’s Corner Park, Aug. 12

Miner's Corner Park, located at 22903 45th Ave. SE in Bothell, will be party central from 6 to 8 p.m. this Wednesday, Aug. 12.

2015 Sonata Hybrid is a ‘Seaport’ green machine

Starting at $26,000 for the SE (or $30,100 for the Limited, driven), the Sonata Hybrid offers the best of luxury and affordability for the eco-friendly masses.

Kenmore Play Day at Rhododendron Park, Aug. 8

Rhododendron Park is hosting the Kenmore Play day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 8.

Aug. 8 updates in Northshore SD elections

In the second full day since the primary elections concluded, ballots are still being counted from voters in King and Snohomish Counties, including votes for candidates for the director 3 position of the Northshore School Board.

Elections totals from Thursday, Aug. 6

Two full days after the elections, and ballots are still flowing in and being counted by officials with the primary elections from both King and Snohomish Counties. Counts and tallies are subject to change until the Secretary of State certifies the elections results on Aug. 21.

Northshore YMCA outdoor movie tonight, “Home” showing

Tonight, Friday Aug. 7, the Northshore YMCA is hosting it's outdoor movie night, showing "Home".

Coffee with a Cop from Bothell PD

Members of the Bothell Police Department are heading over to Starbucks from 8:30 to 10 a.m. on Aug. 12 to have for Coffee and Conversations.

Kenmore Summer Food Trucks, now through Aug. 26

You’ve probably noticed the food trucks coming and going from Kenmore Village in downtown Kenmore the last few months.

Fight boredom at the Teen Hacker Lab at Bothell Library

On Monday, Aug. 10 from 3 to 5 p.m., the Bothell Library is hosting the Teen Hacker Lab to combat boredom.

Bothell Library hosts Native Trees seminar

On Saturday, Aug. 8, the Bothell Library is hosting WSU forestry professor, Kevin Zobrist, to speak about Native Trees in Western Washington.

Kenmore celebrates British cars with the All British Field Meet at Saint Edward

Saint Edwards Park opened it’s gates and grassy knolls to some visitors across the Atlantic ‘pond’ on July 25 as the All British Field Meet (ABFM) held its annual car show and swap meet in Kenmore.