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The city of Kenmore will present its 10th anniversary celebration from 4-10 p.m. Aug. 30 at Log Boom Park, rain or shine. The free, all-ages event will celebrate the past, present and future of the city.
The city of Bothell will present its eighth annual RiverFest: “Family Fun and Then Some” event from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Aug. 24 between Main and Northeast 185th streets.
Implementing this plan would provide an extra $5 million for local roads improvements over the next 14 years.
Bothell-based MDRNA announced Aug. 4 that it would lay off 23 employees, including three chief executives from its intranasal programs, President Gordon Brandt, Chief Business Officer Timothy Duffy and Chief Scientific Officer — Delivery Henry Constantino. The three executives will work through Sept. 30 while most of the others will stay on board through Aug. 31.
Kelly Clark is home.
The city of Kenmore has appointed Jennifer Gordon as its new public-works operations manager with a start date of Aug. 18.
Aegis Living will host a seminar on differentiating between normal-aging and more-serious-aging issues from 6:30-8 p.m. Aug. 7 at its Bothell location (10605 N.E. 185th St.).
Monique Kebbe wasn’t doing anything out of the ordinary when a coyote claimed the life of her cat Elsie last year.
Bothell High science teacher Amanda Rainwater found a way to boost her school’s biology program at a time when budget cuts are proving restrictive.
The state’s 520 Tolling Implementation Committee held a July 29 open house in Bothell to discuss tolling scenarios that would help pay for a new floating bridge across Lake Washington.
King County’s Solid Waste Division honored In Harmony Sustainable Landscapes of Bothell, Northshore Utility District of Kenmore and The Herbfarm of Woodinville as part of its 50 local companies for the second-annual “Best Workplaces for Recycling” list — more than twice as many companies as last year.
First Heritage Bank Snohomish customers shouldn’t worry about their money’s home, according to Cathy Reines, the bank’s chief executive officer and president.
The Northshore School District’s ninth annual Backpacks for Kids donation drive will run through Aug. 8. It will benefit Northshore families who are unable to send their children to school with necessary school supplies.
The YWCA’s School Days program is ready to roll one month before school starts.
IMAGINE, the education program at the University of Washington, Bothell’s new summer youth program, began July 21 with an integrated math, science and language arts curriculum focusing on environmental stewardship.
The board for Leadership Eastside approved a new slate of officers and directors at its June board meeting.
The Northshore Public Education Foundation (NPEF) recently hired Ed Todd as executive director of the nonprofit organization.