Bothell

Emblems of hate seized from group in racist Lynnwood beating

New court records tell more about the eight people arrested in the assault on an African-American DJ.

 

Jeff Kelsey saved a Boeing co-worker from choking. (Contributed photo)
                                Jeff Kelsey saved a Boeing co-worker from choking.

Fast-acting, life-saving and selfless local heroes honored

The American Red Cross in Snohomish County has an annual breakfast to support programs helping people.

 

Bothell’s largest park is open to visitors and name ideas

Frontrunners for the 89-acre park honor kokanee, while others pay tribute to the area’s past and future.

 

Bothell band Colossal Boss releases debut single

The band first formed in 2004 under the name Midstokke. The new video was filmed at Bert’s Tavern.

North Creek High School junior Austin Mitchell learns to fly using a $14,000 Redbird flight simulator in Northshore School District’s new Introduction to Aviation class. (Northshore School District)

Northshore District students soar in new aviation class

Many in the class are contemplating careers as pilots, air traffic controllers or engineers.

North Creek High School junior Austin Mitchell learns to fly using a $14,000 Redbird flight simulator in Northshore School District’s new Introduction to Aviation class. (Northshore School District)

Police: White supremacists beat black DJ in Lynnwood bar

Eight suspects were arrested. Snohomish County detectives will partner with the FBI to investigate.

Several road and trail projects will get a boost from federal funding approved by the Puget Sound Regional Council. (Katie Metzger / Bothell-Kenmore Reporter)

Bothell awarded more than $4.5 million for roads, trails

The federal funds will be available in 2021 and 2022 for three projects.

Several road and trail projects will get a boost from federal funding approved by the Puget Sound Regional Council. (Katie Metzger / Bothell-Kenmore Reporter)

Firefighters bring Santa to Bothell for food, toy drive

Local IAFF members will tour around Bothell this December, collecting donations for Hopelink.

New Bothell clinic to treat kids with developmental delays

The Wonderland Developmental Center plans to open the Hope Rising Clinic early next year.

UW Bothell pursuing state funds to boost STEM enrollment

The biomedical industry is looking for graduates and the university is seeking $1.5M to produce more of them.

Bothell buys back proposed hotel land

A development deal to bring two hotels to downtown Bothell has fallen through.

UW Bothell students spread warmth for scarf project

The University of Washington Bothell Rotaract Club organized a charitable Scarf Peace Project on Nov. 14. Over 50 students gathered to make scarves in UW… Continue reading

Plans coming into focus for Highway 522, Paradise Lake Road

State transportation planners will hold an open house next week.

Electric violinist promises a high-energy Christmas concert

Catch Geoffrey Castle’s Celtic Christmas Celebration Saturday in Everett and Dec. 15 in Bothell.

Armed robbers saw postal truck near Lynnwood as ‘easy money’

Three teens are suspects in a two-county crime spree that ended after an 80 mph car chase.

Packages were flying out the window during a robbery pursuit

After the armed robbery of a mail carrier, three suspects eventually were caught driving a stolen car.

Witness says boyfriend followed orders before deputies fired

Nickolas Peters’ fiance disputes claims that he didn’t raise his hands before he was killed by officers.

Natural gas pipeline permit application withdrawn — for now

Environmentalists have a long list of concerns about plans to enlarge almost six miles of pipe.

UW Bothell debuts new Veterans Resource Center

There are more than 200 veterans among the university’s student body.

Bothell finalist in top 10 of ‘Nicest Places in America’

The city was nominated for its “Cup of Kindness Day,” but lost out to a Falafel House in Tennessee.