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Vehicles were hit by alleged impaired driver at the scene of a three-car collision.
If Joshua Freed were elected governor, he would be the first Republican since 1980 to hold the office.
Under guise of nonprofit caring for rescued horses, allegations of animal cruelty arose.
Bothell police blotter for Aug. 13-16.
The renovations began on June 25 and will run through October.
All K-12 students need to have received the MMR vaccine before first day of school.
On Sept. 9, the Northshore School Board will decide whether to ratify the tentative agreement.
After spending 24 years in prison for a Bothell-area murder, he said, he didn’t commit, Kent man is getting on with his life.
Money will go toward early education and postsecondary support.
The report was originally due in October but has been extended until next spring.
It’s set to reap $100 million over the next 20 years from state coffers.
Police blotter for Aug. 6-12.
Due to a new 24-credit graduation requirement, NSD high schools will be adding a seventh period. This addition will result in new start/dismissal times for all NSD schools.
One of the proposed projects under the Sound Transit 3 plan might undermine the Bothell staple.
The county council will appoint a judge to fill the open spot.
SnoValley Tilth’s Experience Farming Project gives new farmers a chance to muddy their boots.
County Council will soon vote on motion.
The state Parks and Recreation Commission is beginning the EIS process for the proposed project.
Police blotter for July 30 - Aug. 4.
Cameron and Bryce Devine of Troop 61 are receiving their Eagle Scout rank on Aug. 16.