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The Central Puget Sound Growth Management Hearings Board has upheld the Low Impact Development (LID) regulations adopted in March by the Bothell City Council, dismissing… Continue reading
Some cried and others smiled, but the people who showed up at the Park at Bothell Landing last Saturday all had one thing in common: love and respect for the brave veterans who served their country. Two soldiers in particular, Bothell’s Nicholas Madrazo and Jason Bogar — both killed in Afghanistan this year — were on the minds of the 50 people who attended the Veterans Day memorial event. The rain couldn’t keep them away.
Consultant Arnie Sugar of HWA Geo Science said that until “shockingly recently” a lot of what would now be considered industrial toxins simply were stored in the ground or just dumped into the ground.
King and Snohomish county voters followed the majority of the rest of the country in helping put the first African-American in the White House.In King… Continue reading
Resident Bob Greene noted some historical or colorful names have been added to street signs in the heart of Kenmore. For example, better known as Northeast 182nd Street, the road where his home sits was tagged “Lake View Drive.”
Bothell City Council is in the midst of reviewing a $205.7 million biennial budget for 2009-2010 that includes some $77 million in general-fund spending.
Cascadia Community College’s campus has been bustling with activity this fall. More than 3,000 students are taking classes, while construction of the Center for Global Learning and the Arts is moving steadily forward.
The intense thunderous rumble that blasted through the Northwest at 2:45 p.m. and lasted six minutes last Sunday was not another rainstorm. It was a sea of more than 3,000 drummers banging their drum sets in sync, attempting to set a world record — and create a new one for the first time in history.
If Mary Pat Sigler’s denim purse could talk, it would tell quite a story. If a movie were to be made, the title could be “The Mystery of the Traveling Purse.” Either way, the carryall has logged some 395 miles alone over the last two months and is now safely back on Sigler’s shoulder. Sigler, a Winthrop resident, lost her handbag near Marble Mountain Aug. 30. Mark Smith found it in the middle of the street near a 7-Eleven on Filbert Road in Bothell — some 180 miles away — two weeks ago.
At the still-young age of 28, Bothell’s Celeste Marion figures she has visited approximately 24 countries. After graduating from Bothell High, she and friends even spent some time backpacking around Europe. Eventually, in 2004, Marion’s wanderings led her to Peru. Why Peru? The world traveler offers a pretty straight-forward explanation. “I’d never been there before,” she said. Now, after having spent nearly four years in the country off and on, Marion has teamed up with a native partner to help found “Manos Unidas,” or “United Hands,” a charitable school for special-education students in Cusco, Peru.
The University of Washington, Bothell’s Writing for Their Lives literary series continues with author Kit Bakke at 3:30 p.m. Nov. 6 in the campus library, Room 205
Bothell American Legion Post 127 will host a Veteran’s Day memorial service at 10 a.m. Nov. 8 at Bothell Landing. The ceremony is meant to honor all veterans, but bricks will be dedicated in the names of First Lt. Nicholas Madrazo and Cpl. Jason Bogar, both killed in Afghanistan this year.
Inglemoor High announces its production of “Bye Bye Birdie” opening Nov. 7 at the Northshore Performing Arts Center, 18125 92nd Ave. N.E., Bothell. There will be five performances: 7 p.m. Nov. 7-8 and Nov. 13-15.
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