Pastor Bob Rorabaugh is the type of guy who gets calluses doing “the Lord’s work.”
The Greater Bothell Chamber of Commerce will be holding a luncheon featuring guest speakers Sen. Rosemary McAuliffe and representatives Mark Ericks and Al O’Brien May 14 at Courtyard Hall in Country Village. They will be addressing legislative issues such as transportation, education and economic development.
It’s spring and the time of year when we look at the lawn with new determination. Perhaps this year, that determination can be focused on caring for our lawns in a new way. One that is healthier for our families and pets and protects the environment.
IntoEdVentures, a nonprofit organization, is looking for host families for several high-school foreign exchange students hoping to spend the fall semester or next school year in Bothell and Kenmore.
As Memorial Day approaches, we often see our troops returning home from overseas embracing their families. But another, darker truth is revealed when we later see the same families mourning the loss of their veteran to troop suicide. Though we have a day to remember our brave troops, America has forgotten some of its bravest soldiers. Yet it is up to us, the citizens of this country, to reclaim our soldiers, but how?
Northshore students Kristen Dahlin, Rebekah Packer and Madeline Vaught are among nearly 1,100 fifth- through eighth-graders from around the state who will be honored May 18 for their outstanding verbal and/or mathematical abilities by the University of Washington at an award recognition ceremony.
Washington needs special-education teachers and City University of Seattle has partnered with King, Snohomish and Skagit county schools to help paraprofessionals earn a bachelor degree and become dual-endorsed teachers (K-12 special education with a K-8 elementary education endorsement).
The State Board of Education (SBE) recently approved adoption by the state superintendent of public instruction of the revised math standards for Washington state students in kindergarten through eighth grade.
At a recent meeting, Bothell City Council adopted a resolution of the I-405 Corridor Program indicating its formal opinion that a full implementation of the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) plan should be given highest priority over other proposed transportation improvements.