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Construction orange has been the prevailing color along Kenmore portions of State Route 522 for more than a year now, but business owners there are starting to see red.
Inglemoor High senior Alanna Francis is holding a fund-raiser silent auction from 3-7:30 p.m. Sept. 6 for Invisible Children of Africa.
It may be harvest season, but the University of Washington, Bothell is thinking “blossom.”
Northshore teachers Aug. 27 ratified a three-year contract that includes a 4.4 percent cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) for this school year - as approved by the Legislature - more resources for teacher training, and many changes to contract language regarding workload.
Director Linda Thompson found all she needed for a performance of Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” without ever booking an auditorium. She brought the romantic comedy to Saint Edward State Park’s historic orchard.
Endless classic Mustangs, GTOs and Novas, this year’s Subarus, Porsches and Audis. What more could car fans ask for?
As of Aug. 21 on the King County election site:
The Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission (WSCJTC) will hold its Chief For a Day celebration Aug. 28 at its Burien campus.
Flood damage on tap for public meeting
Wayne Golf Club will tee off its Fall Field Day/Food Drive Aug. 30 at 16721 96th Ave. N.E., Bothell.
Stephanie Oberto had the mark of a film director from an early age.
The giant hill slide at Kenmore Elementary has been synonymous with the school itself for generations.
Incoming sophomores won’t be the only people getting lost in the hallways of Bothell High this year when classes begin Sept. 2.
The city of Kenmore will celebrate its first decade of existence Aug. 30, one day before the town’s official 10th birthday.
The Northshore School District and the Northshore Education Association reached a tentative agreement Aug. 22 on a new three-year contract for teachers. Teachers and certificated… Continue reading