Former Northshore teacher sentenced for child porn offense

He also admitted to molesting two boys in 1976 when he served as a Big Brother in California.


Bothell man is charged in wife’s stabbing

He faces a charge of first-degree domestic violence assault with a deadly weapon.


Mercedes-driving robber is gracious, remorseful, sentenced

Sunita Kelleppan, 46, who wore a business suit during two convenience-store holdups, got 2½ years.


No short-term fix for Highway 522 cheaters

The stretch of Highway 522 where the road has yet to be widened, between Paradise Lake Road and the Snohomish River Bridge, is a notorious… Continue reading

On 522, the only thing slower than cars and fish is money

A lawmaker says bottlenecks and habitat-blocking culverts are not getting solved any time soon.

Fewer single-family homes on the horizon

Snohomish County is seeing a shift to more apartments, townhomes.

UW Bothell prof offers after-sunset exams during Ramadan

Student: “Fasting is rewarding at the end of the day, but really physically and mentally draining.”

Bothell’s Barbo the clown marks 19 years in July 4 parade

The 81-year-old was motivated by her brother, who was born — and later died — on the 4th of July.

Bothell chamber of commerce changes name to include Kenmore

More than 350 businesses are represented by the chamber with members from 17 cities.

Bothell’s Northshore schools hires new financial officer

Tracy Patterson garnered praise for her “solid leadership of the Business Services Department.”

Weight-loss surgery gives Bothell man second chance at life

His book “SleeveLife: Losing Half of Myself and Finding the Rest” details his transformation.

Today’s Pub Night Talk at McMenamins will be all about crows

Like humans attracted to beer and pizza, thousands of black birds descend on Bothell every night.

Minimart robber was caught because she drove a Mercedes

A woman who wore a business suit and was armed with a pellet gun has pleaded guilty.

Yee-haw: School bus drivers demonstrate skills at Roadeo

Local school bus drivers demonstrated their driving skills at an annual Bus Safety Roadeo held recently at Mariner High School in south Everett. Drivers from… Continue reading

Bothell teen awarded $17,500 for college

Landon Butaud, of Bothell, won a $12,500 Chancellor’s Excellence Scholarship from Cedarville University, in Ohio, where he plans to study sports business management this fall.… Continue reading

Book chronicles the haunting of a ‘Bothell Hell House’

A Bothell native has written a book about living with a “four-year ordeal” with paranormal activity.

Benjamin Anderson graduates from U.S. Naval Academy

U.S. Navy Ensign Benjamin Anderson graduated May 25 from the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. At the academy, Anderson was a member of the… Continue reading

Owner hopes to one day bring back iconic Bothell railway

Kent Manchester has a plan to restart the Iron Horse Railway, which used to run at Country Village.

Everett paramedic competes in Warrior Games

a 1983 graduate of Bothell High School who now lives in Everett and serves as a… Continue reading