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King County Councilmember Reagan Dunn has introduced legislation that would waive the fees for taking refuse to county transfer stations in instances of illegal dumping.
Electricity bills for Puget Sound Energy (PSE) residential customers will drop by 3 percent while natural gas bills will rise by 5 percent as a result of two actions taken by state regulators.
Self-Check In comes to library
NSD is teaching Zoo-phonics
The King County Flood Control Zone District approved a resolution at its Sept. 29 meeting that will ensure that every jurisdiction in the county has access to funds for local flooding and stormwater projects. According to the resolution, the $3.2 million “opportunity fund,” comprised of 10 percent of the county’s $32 million annual flood control levy, will be allocated to jurisdictions based upon contributions to the levy. Jurisdictions can use their share of the opportunity fund to address neighborhood flooding problems.
Bothell High jumps into camp
Northshore Public Schools seeks applicants for the Financial Advisory Committee (FAC). Applications are due by Oct. 17.
Bothell resident and scoutmaster Sterling Crockett dared his troop of 11 Boy Scouts to earn a total of 75 merit badges this summer — a goal he didn’t think they’d ever achieve — in return for shaving his head. Unfortunately, he made two mistakes. He vastly underestimated his troop’s desire to see him bald, and he didn’t get his wife’s OK in advance.
Bothell native Heather DeHart, 38, died Sept. 27 in a boating accident on Lake Washington.
Budge Brown has been fuming about breast cancer since his wife, Arlene, lost her battle with the disease in 2005.
One hospital’s trash can be another’s treasure.
Bothell native Heather DeHart, 38, died Sept. 27 in a boating accident on Lake Washington. The Class of 1985 Inglemoor High graduate was on a sailboat anchored near Seward Park when a motorboat plowed over the vessel's stern and killed her.
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Bothell resident Chantelle Schreyer has launched a new chapter of the Holistic Moms Network (HMN) for Eastside parents.
Ed Langlois endured enough chemotherapy five years ago to kill most men his age.
The city of Bothell is preparing its residents to deck the town with daffodils in preparation for its centennial anniversary next April.
Sundance Channel’s ballot-driven DOCDAY programming kicks off at 9 p.m. Oct. 6 with the U.S. television premiere of Mary Lambert’s “14 Women,” which profiles the women who served in the U.S. Senate from 2004-2006.