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                                Victoria Breckwich Vásquez and Jody Early on the set of the ¡Basta! video in the Yakima Valley in August.

UW Bothell professors create sexual harassment prevention toolkit for agricultural workers

The toolkit provides resources and education about sexual harassment, reporting processes, and creating worksite policies compliant with EEOC guidelines.

 

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                                North Creek’s upcoming performance of “Elf: the Musical” is based on the holiday film starring Will Ferrell.

North Creek High School debuts ‘Elf: The Musical’

There will be performances this weekend and next weekend, with shows at 7 p.m. and a 2 p.m. show on Dec. 14.

 

Washington students running out of time to meet MMR requirements

Students have limited time to show compliance with new MMR vaccination law before being barred from school.

 

The Kenmore Heritage Society will be hosting a pop up museum Oct. 20 1-3 p.m. Photo courtesy of Suzanne Greathouse

Kenmore pops up with history

Kenmore Heritage Society will host its first pop-up museum Oct. 20.

The Kenmore Heritage Society will be hosting a pop up museum Oct. 20 1-3 p.m. Photo courtesy of Suzanne Greathouse
Paul Brown retires Oct. 18. Stephanie Quiroz/staff photo

Brown retires from Sound Publishing

He has worked at Sound Publishing for almost 20 years in various positions.

Paul Brown retires Oct. 18. Stephanie Quiroz/staff photo

Coming down to the wire: Student MMR vaccine deadline approaches

Students have limited time to show compliance with new MMR vaccination law before being barred from school.

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Northshore cyber attack effects continue

The district’s phone system operational; food services and StudentVue/ParentVue are still down.

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Last year’s grand prize winner, Laurie Ascanioi of Bothell. Photo courtesy of Marella Alejandrino

Kenmore Heritage Society launches fifth annual Northshore Fun Photo Contest

The contest has expanded to include entries from communities within the NSD.

Last year’s grand prize winner, Laurie Ascanioi of Bothell. Photo courtesy of Marella Alejandrino
Jaeden Luke, 19-year-old singer-songwriter releases his first album, “Free of Me.” Madison Miller/staff photo

Bothell singer-songwriter releases first full-length album

Jaeden Luke, 19, has opened for Chris Isaak and Little Feat.

Jaeden Luke, 19-year-old singer-songwriter releases his first album, “Free of Me.” Madison Miller/staff photo

New MMR immunization requirements before school starts

All K-12 students need to have received the MMR vaccine before first day of school.

Due to a new 24-credit graduation requirement, NSD high schools will be adding a seventh period. This addition will result in new start/dismissal times for all NSD schools. File photo

NSD finalizes school start and dismissal times

Due to a new 24-credit graduation requirement, NSD high schools will be adding a seventh period. This addition will result in new start/dismissal times for all NSD schools.

Due to a new 24-credit graduation requirement, NSD high schools will be adding a seventh period. This addition will result in new start/dismissal times for all NSD schools. File photo
Northshore School District will host its 11th annual Community Serve Day on Aug. 25. Photo courtesy of Northshore School District Facebook event page

Northshore School District to host 11th annual Community Serve Day

The event will take place Aug. 25.

Northshore School District will host its 11th annual Community Serve Day on Aug. 25. Photo courtesy of Northshore School District Facebook event page
The majority of the schools had networks installed in the early 1990s with cable that cannot support current network needs. The upgrades made this summer will increase the network speeds, expand wireless coverage areas, and improve reliability for students and staff. Courtesy photo

NSD updates network connections over summer

This modernization project is made possible by the approval of the 2018 bond.

The majority of the schools had networks installed in the early 1990s with cable that cannot support current network needs. The upgrades made this summer will increase the network speeds, expand wireless coverage areas, and improve reliability for students and staff. Courtesy photo

Local woman launches event to celebrate Kenmore

21 Acts of Kindness Challenge will celebrate Kenmore’s 21st birthday.

Kenmore family receives aid after house fire

The cause of the fire is still unknown.

Pacific Science Center and UW Bothell partner for new crow-focused summer camp. Photo courtesy of UW Bothell

Students to study crows through UW Bothell summer camp

Pacific Science Center and UW Bothell partner for new crow-focused summer camp.

Pacific Science Center and UW Bothell partner for new crow-focused summer camp. Photo courtesy of UW Bothell

Kenmore fire displaces seven people

The cause of the fire is still unknown.

Photo courtesy of Everett School District website for Tambark Creek Elementary
                                Tambark Creek Elementary uniform example photos.

New Bothell elementary will have uniform dress code

Tambark Creek Elementary will be the third ESD school to have a uniform dress code.

Photo courtesy of Everett School District website for Tambark Creek Elementary
                                Tambark Creek Elementary uniform example photos.
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                                Bothell High School class of 1979 reunite for 40-year reunion. Sandy Seib Orsillo and Shelly Schmidt look at old photos of classmates.

Bothell High School class of ‘79 reunite for 40-year reunion

BHS class of ‘79 share stories and laughs at 40-year reunion.

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                                Bothell High School class of 1979 reunite for 40-year reunion. Sandy Seib Orsillo and Shelly Schmidt look at old photos of classmates.
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                                More than 100 people gathered for the #ClosetheCamps protest in Bothell on July 2.

#ClosetheCamps movement draws 100-plus people in Bothell

Hallie Condit organized the local event as part of the nation-wide movement.

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                                More than 100 people gathered for the #ClosetheCamps protest in Bothell on July 2.