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The Northshore School District’s ninth annual Backpacks for Kids donation drive will kick off July 18 and run through Aug. 8. It will benefit Northshore families who are unable to send their children to school with necessary school supplies.
Stacey Odem, a Bothell Farmers Insurance agent, has been inducted into the Farmers’ “Topper Club” of top sales producers.
Molina Healthcare, Inc. has named Glen Bogner as president of its health-plan subsidiary, Bothell-based Molina Healthcare of Washington.
Kenmore’s City Council missed another chance July 7 to pursue negotiations that would reconcile unapproved growth at Bastyr University.
The Sammamish Valley Pioneer Association will host its annual Pioneer Picnic from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. July 20 at Blyth Park (16950 W. Riverside Drive, Bothell). The event is open to the public, and features free hot dogs to the first 100 people to arrive, as well as a flag-tag race, a balloon brigade and a leaky-cup relay.
Bothell’s Scotsman Publishing Inc. has been named one of Washington’s “Best 100 Companies to Work For” by Washington CEO magazine.
Devan LaCroix works two jobs, but it isn’t about making ends meet. He does it with a sense of duty. The 31-year-old Mill Creek resident works full time as maintenance director for the Aegis of Bothell retirement community. He’s also a sergeant in the Army National Guard.
A smattering of incident reports from Bothell.
The Eastside Rail Now group is campaigning for a transit plan that would bring commuter trains to the combined campus of Cascadia Community College and the University of Washington, Bothell.
Even those of us who love to garden as a hobby have come to appreciate that it’s no fun to have a landscape that requires tons of time to maintain. If you are finding that your landscape is taking more time and effort than you want to give it, read on for some ideas on what you can do.
Editor’s note: Following is an excerpt from an article submitted by Skyview Junior High student Forrest Bates for his writing class.
Cedar Park Christian School honors various students by giving numerous awards at the end of every year, but none quite like this year’s Faculty Staff Scholarship Award.
• Stephanie Lambert of Bothell recently graduated from the University of Portland with a bachelor’s degree in sociology.