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The gifts keep arriving at Walter “Wally” King’s apple tree in Bothell.
The city of Bothell has received notice from the Washington State Auditor’s Office that it has achieved a seventh-consecutive year with zero audit findings.
Listen up, and the music of Scotland is with ye.
Bothell City Manager Bob Stowe has selected Joe Beck as Bothell’s new city attorney with a start date of Sept. 2. Beck comes to the city of Bothell with more than 12 years of municipal law experience, with the last five years as assistant city attorney for the city of Auburn. He will report directly to the city manager.
Concerned residents packed a Bothell City Council meeting July 29 to provide testimony on the location of a new city hall facility that is due to open by 2012.
The secret to Alyssa London’s destiny lies somewhere between her passion for pow-wows, her desire to practice law and her ability to set track records.
Kenmore City Manager Steve Anderson will be leaving his post Aug. 11 to serve as Bothell’s new deputy manager.
Christina Taylor of Bothell will star in Bellevue Community College’s production of the musical “Pippin” July 24-26.
The University of Washington, Bothell announced the creation of the Biotechnology and Biomedical Technology Institute (BBTI).
• The Cougar Soccer Camp, serving Northshore since 2004, will have week-long sessions this summer, July 28 and Aug. 4, at the Pop Keeney Field grass pitch. For information, visit www.cougarsoccercamp.com or contact coaching director Alex Zahajko at email@example.com.
The Northshore School District’s ninth annual Backpacks for Kids donation drive will run through Aug. 8. It will benefit Northshore families who are unable to send their children to school with necessary school supplies.
Business.gov, the official business link to the U.S. government, has launched new search features and expanded content that make it easier for small-business owners to find essential information they need to run their operations, including forms, licenses, permits and regulatory information from federal, state and local governments.
Bob Hagin is working on a modern-day version of the one-room schoolhouse. It starts with a cavernous rental space and countless stacks of disassembled furniture pieces.
For Anita Miller, making it to 103 years old seems like a piece of cake.
Northshore Baptist Church held its eighth annual Wacky Wheelays event July 20, bringing together participants of varying abilities for a field day at Bothell High.
The city of Kenmore has filed for permits to build its new $19 million City Hall near the center of town.
Kenmore’s first-ever city manager, Steve Anderson, will resign from his current position to become the Bothell Deputy City Manager beginning Aug. 11.