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Stephanie Oberto had the mark of a film director from an early age.It started with a vivid imagination and a knack for getting friends to… Continue reading
Members of the Northshore Education Assocation (NSEA) pressed their concerns about ongoing contract negotiations by picketing outside the Northshore School District headquarters Aug. 20.The teachers… Continue reading
A new fire station is in the works for Bothell, thanks in part to the work of two federal lawmakers who represent the Northshore area.
Drivers headed westbound on State Route 522 in Bothell Aug. 22 will see heavy construction activity near Woodinville Drive as crews put five bridge girders… Continue reading
As summertime comes to a close, the city of Bothell opens its doors with a host of RiverFest activities.
It’s about art, but that’s not all.
The Northshore Education Association (NSEA) and Northshore Educational Support Professionals Association (NESPA) will decide Aug. 27 whether to start the new school year with bustling classrooms or strikes.
Within the next several weeks, many families will begin preparing for their adult children to begin college or launch professional endeavors and leave the familiarity of their home and their community. In these momentous times, families come together to celebrate the beginning of adulthood and the culmination of raising children and adolescents into men and women that will serve our community and our world in their years ahead.
A Northshore Back to School Fair will take place from 4-6:30 p.m. Aug. 20 at Maywood Hills Elementary, 19510 104th Ave. N.E., Bothell.
The Aug. 19 top-two primary election featured four Bothell residents: Rosemary McAuliffe, Mark Ericks, Margaret Wiggins and Dennis Richter.
When Marion Heard founded the Greater Bothell Parent Resource Center in April, one of her goals was to pay forward the help she received as a single mom.
After she pushed every medical limit to buy time with colon cancer, Bellevue teacher Karen Marie Pasqualetto died July 28, surrounded by family in her Bothell home. She was 37.