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Social Media for Artists lecture at the Kenmore Art Show

On Sunday, June 28, starting at 6 p.m., the Kenmore Art Show will be presenting the "Making the Most of Social Media for Artists" public lecture.

Travel artists to share European experiences at Kenmore Art Show

The Kenmore Art Show will be hosting award-winning travel artists Charlene Collins Freeman and Joe Mac Kechnie on Saturday, June 27, at Bastyr University.

Various strings to perform at the Kenmore Art Show

Variation for Strings, a strings instrument mini-series, will be offering performances from June 27 through the 28, as part of the Kenmore Art Show.

Local musicians performing at Kenmore Art Show

The Kenmore Art Show is presenting a musical mini-series by Ray Harris, Dave Durfee and Brian Bohman.

Free Women’s Health event at Pacific Medical Centers, June 20

Pacific Medical Centers is hosting a free Women's Health event on June 20 at their Canyon Park Clinic.

Open House at Northshore Fire Department, June 20

The Northshore Fire Department will be hosting an open house, on June 20, to show community members the headquarters station.

$9.5 million in cars sold during Mecum Seattle

On Friday and Saturday, June 5 and 6, the Events Center of CenturyLink Field in Seattle was bursting from its seams with cars of every kind, all there to be sold at the Mecum Auto Auction.

4k freebies for your desktop

Because we here at The Auto Reporter are generous and kind gearhead souls, we bequeath unto thee the first of our new 'Weekly 4k Freebies' - gratuitous car shots for all.

Kenmore Village hosts Food Truck Week, June 6-12

The City of Kenmore is hosting food trucks for the week of June 6 through June 12, at the Kenmore Village parking lot.

Wildlife crossing road poses danger to drivers

As summer comes around, more and more animals are crossing our roads (usually to get to the other side, but as for why, we don't know) and it's important to understand the kinds of safety issues that arise from wildlife crossings.

King County surveying citizens concerning river uses and flood preparedness

The King County River Management Department (KCRMD) is asking residents to complete a survey about their river usage.

Finding the gearbox that gets your gears turning

It used to be that there were one or two choices for gearboxes, also known as transmissions, consumers could purchase in their cars. Today, transmissions are not so simple as they were, but the choices remain largely the same.

Skyview Choir sings national anthem at Mariner’s game | UPDATE

Skyview Junior High School's Choir sang the national anthem at Sunday night's Mariner's game in Seattle.

BREAKING | Identity of Bothell house fire victim released

The King County Medical Examiner's (ME) office has concluded the autopsy of the house fire on Wednesday, June 3, in Bothell.

2015 Elections Q&A with Candidates – Robert “Bob” Carsrud | #Vote2015

The November 2015 Bothell City Council Candidates have filed with the state and are getting ready for the coming elections.

Neighbors fight fatal Bothell house fire until authorities arrive

A residential fire in Bothell claimed the life of one person late in the evening on Wednesday, according to the Bothell Police Department.

2015 Elections Q&A with Candidates – James McNeal | #Vote2015

The November 2015 Bothell City Council Candidates have filed with the state and are getting ready for the coming elections.

Main Street Bothell businesses participating in Wine and Beer Walk, June 13

Main Street Bothell is hosting a Vintage Bothell Wine and Beer Walk from 5 to 8 p.m., Saturday, June 13.

One dead in Bothell house fire being investigated as arson

A residential fire that broke out around 10 p.m. on Thursday night in Bothell is being investigated as a possible arson.

Barber gets clipped for stealing from co-worker | 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.