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The University of Washington, Bothell and Cascadia Community College will host speaker Nadinne Cruz Oct. 30.
As more students use computers, Web sites and cell phones, bullying has taken a step into the electronic age. Parents are invited to learn how to prevent their child from being a cyberbully or the victim of one in a free workshop from 7-9 p.m. Nov. 5 in Room 60 at the Northshore School District Administrative Center, 3330 Monte Villa Parkway, Bothell. No child care provided. Pre-registration required at www.nsd.org
BOTHELL Oct. 11 Malicious mischief: Persons unknown spray painted graffiti at the Bothell Skate Park. Police reports did not describe the graffiti, but stated officers took pictures in order to compare it with other vandalism found around the city.
Police still are investigating what official reports called a case of child luring involving an eight-year-old girl.
With what were described as only a few minor last-minute changes, the Bothell Planning Commission Oct. 8 approved development guidelines that could be used for a long-planned major revamping of the city’s downtown.
One of the creeks running into Log Boom Park, it has a couple of different names, including Little Creek and May Creek.
Back when he was playing baseball at Kenmore’s Inglemoor High School, Tony Olney, 44, got tired of standing around in the outfield waiting for fly balls that only rarely seemed to come his way.
Officials for the University of Washington Bothell campus say growth is the buzzword for the current academic year, in terms of both enrollment and also growth of academic programs and facilities.
Sitting prominently on a shelf in the lobby, a big bottle of Tums greeted visitors, though it is unclear how many of those antacids actually were put to use.
When daughter Abbie’s ninth birthday was on the horizon this summer, Bothell’s Amy Heinrich-Kehr hoped she could take that upcoming event in a less traditional direction.
First, the good news.
Passion, dedication and creativity are just some of the qualities that moms and inventors share.
I first told my mother to shut up when I was newly entering the teenage years. I had invited dozens of classmates to our home to rehearse a school performance. As the rehearsal was underway, goofing off got in the way of serious practice and I felt frustrated. Trying to remain cool while regaining the crowd’s attention, my mother saw my need for her support and so she intervened with great warmth and guidance.
Bastyr University is launching a series of six panel discussions designed to examine a broad spectrum of issues related to the state of the American health-care system. Titled “The Politics of Health in America,” the year-long series will cover such issues as policy reform and the corporatization of health care.
The city of Bothell invites citizens to an informational meeting regarding the clean up and redevelopment of the Bothell Landing Commercial Center site related to the Bothell Crossroads SR 522 Realignment project. The meeting will be held at 6 p.m. Oct. 30 at the Northshore Senior Center rooms 103/104 (10201 E. Riverside Drive, Bothell).
Contractor crews on the UW Bothell/Cascadia Campus Access project continue to work at a high rate. During the weekend of Oct. 24-27, they will close all lanes of westbound State Route 522 in Bothell to connect new lanes with a newly built roadway. When the highway reopens Oct. 27, westbound drivers will travel on new, straighter lanes.
Northshore Public Schools seeks applicants for the Technology Advisory Committee (TAC) to prepare for the Board of Directors a recommendation of projects to be referred to voters for funding via a technology capital levy. More information is available at www.nsd.org. Applications are due Nov. 7.