Hannah Saunders

Courtesy of City of Kenmore.

The Hangar and Diva Espresso return to full operating hours

The Hangar, located in Kenmore Town Square, was designed to hold community gatherings.

Courtesy of City of Kenmore.
Courtesy of King County Council.

Dembowski and Perry to host town hall at Northshore Senior Center

The event will take place on May 19 at 6:15 p.m. at the Northshore Senior Center in Bothell.

Courtesy of King County Council.
Annie Song. Courtesy of Enkor Competition.

Bothell High School student to perform violin solo at Benaroya Hall

Annie Song will perform Violin Concerto No. 1 in D Major, Op 19 by Sergei Prokofiev on May 15.

Annie Song. Courtesy of Enkor Competition.
Zeyan Butt of Chase Bank in Kirkland. Courtesy of Chase.

How a Kirkland banker helped a Ukrainian family leave a warzone

The Sukhoy family found themselves stuck in Warsaw due to debit card issues.

Zeyan Butt of Chase Bank in Kirkland. Courtesy of Chase.
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Kirkland man faces charges after holding gun to victims’ heads

The defendant is facing two felony harassment charges and assault in the fourth degree.

Police lights (File photo)
A player from Bothell High School and Mount Si share a laugh on the field. Courtesy of Patrick Krohn.
A player from Bothell High School and Mount Si share a laugh on the field. Courtesy of Patrick Krohn.
Hyberbolic Honeycomb by Henry Segerman and Roice Nelson.

Cascadia College art gallery combines art and math

The exhibit will be held from May 9 until June 3, with a reception taking place on May 12.

Hyberbolic Honeycomb by Henry Segerman and Roice Nelson.
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No more stolen sisters: How WA is responding to missing and murdered Indigenous people

Across the state, 126 Indigenous people remain missing, with 31 having gone missing in King County.

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Courtesy of WA DOH.

Tuberculosis cases on the rise in Washington state

As of April 28, 70 TB cases have been reported, and 17 new cases have connections with each other.

Courtesy of WA DOH.
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New Eyes on Kelp initiative boosts underwater monitoring of kelp beds

Puget Sound’s kelp forest are in decline due to pollution and threats from climate change.

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Love A Tree Day to mark the beginning of ORCA’s new card system

In most transit areas, fares won’t be collected from 3:00 a.m. on May 14 until 2:29 a.m. on May 16.

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King County expands rural suicide prevention training and peer behavioral health services

Request for application deadlines are on May 3 at 2:30 p.m.

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Washington legislature awards $10.6M in stipends for youth exiting Extended Foster Care program

The number of young adults in King County who will receive stipends is 191.

Courtesy Photo, Treehouse
Photo courtesy of the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife

Washington wolf population continues to rise, report shows

In 2021, four new wolf packs were documented in four different counties.

Photo courtesy of the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
Aviation Structural Mechanic 1st Class Paul Moiter chains down a BRU-32 bomb rack in the hangar bay of the USS Harry S. Truman. Courtesy of U.S. Navy.

Kenmore sailor works on aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman

Kenmore native Paul Moiter has been assigned to the “Red Rippers” of Strike Fighter Squadron.

Aviation Structural Mechanic 1st Class Paul Moiter chains down a BRU-32 bomb rack in the hangar bay of the USS Harry S. Truman. Courtesy of U.S. Navy.
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How a Ukrainian and Russian couple escaped a war zone

“We will never forget that sound. Boom. Boom,” said Valeriia Horodnycha, who has been staying in Mercer Island.

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At the March 28 Kenmore city council meeting Councilmember Corina Pfeil voices her thoughts on increasing tenant protections. Courtesy of YouTube.

Kenmore city council acknowledges Sexual Assault Awareness Month, talks of tenant protections

The council passed a tenant protection ordinance by 5-2 votes.

At the March 28 Kenmore city council meeting Councilmember Corina Pfeil voices her thoughts on increasing tenant protections. Courtesy of YouTube.
Courtesy of the City of Kenmore.

Kenmore opens applications for Urgent Small Business Assistance

The one-time grants would provide $10-15k for local brick and mortar businesses at risk of closure.

Courtesy of the City of Kenmore.
Rose Kreider, writer, director, and producer, poses for a behind the scenes photograph on the set of "The Woman." Courtesy of The Woman.

Local filmmaker prepares for premiere of “The Woman” at Edmonds Theatre

“The Woman” is the first film Rose Kreider has written, produced and directed.

Rose Kreider, writer, director, and producer, poses for a behind the scenes photograph on the set of "The Woman." Courtesy of The Woman.
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Local officials and organizations looking to reinstate greenhouse gas emission reduction targets

An amendment to HB 1099 removed greenhouse gas emissions and vehicle miles traveled reductions.

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