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It’s not like Steve Wharton to be caught off guard by major events at Woodmoor Elementary. He is, after all, the principal. So it comes as a surprise that the Woodmoor staff managed to secretly organize two school-wide functions that would honor his retirement.
Tall thief: A 17-year-old male, approximately 6-feet, 10-inches tall, allegedly shoplifted drugs valued at $6 from a store on Highway 527.
The city of Kenmore will celebrate the grand reopening of the Burke-Gilman Trail and break ground on the next phase of State Route 522 construction from 10:30 a.m. to noon June 28 at the Kenmore Community Club, 7304 N.E. 175th St.
Bothell City Manager Bob Stowe has executed two purchase and sale agreements totaling $1.7 million for two more parcels needed for the Bothell Crossroads SR 522 Realignment Project.
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Terry Bergeson has announced that around 85 percent of this year’s 11th-graders scheduled to graduate in 2009 have met state reading and writing standards on the Washington Assessment of Student Learning (WASL) exam.
The Bothell City Council voted June 10 to combat climate change by launching a new program called Bothell CO2OL. The initiative calls for a phased approach to reducing carbon emissions and fostering energy independence throughout the civic and private sectors. City officials are hailing the move as potential boost for the local economy.
Samuel Mullins, 18, a recent Inglemoor High graduate with a diploma from the international baccalaureate program, recently attained the rank of Eagle Scout. It’s the highest rank to be earned through the Boy Scouts of America program.
Leadership Eastside’s (LE) Class of 2010 recently shared its Community Project Presentations at the Redmond campus of Lake Washington Technical College (LWTC).
University of Washington, Bothell Chancellor Kenyon S. Chan announced the appointment of Dr. Richard Penny as vice chancellor for Advancement and External Relations.
Cascadia Community College has honored two faculty members with the annual Excellence in Teaching, Learning and Service award. The recipients for 2008 are Melissa Estelle and Jared Leising. As part of the honor, each will receive an award of $1,000 for professional development or to support a Cascadia program.
The Northshore Public Education Foundation (NPEF) has announced the 2008-2009 Classroom Grant Awards, ranging from $320 to $1,000, totaling $17,250 for the upcoming school year.
The Bothell City Council adopted a $250 million capital facilities plan (CFP) for 2009-2015 at its June 17 meeting.
A new affordable-housing development is in the works for downtown Kenmore.
James O’Neal isn’t one to act sheepish about his looks.
Kenmore residents Laura Humrich and Dawn Ross will spend June 21-22 wandering the streets of Seattle in a 20-mile trek that lasts from sunset to sunrise.