Students hold Rubik’s Cube showdown

Seattle Hill Elementary School hosted the Western Washington Rubik’s Cube Competition on May 20. More than 100 area elementary and middle school students participated. Fernwood… Continue reading

Teens selected for summer WAS program

Washington Aerospace Scholars is a competitive program for high school juniors from across the state whose academic performance on the WAS Phase One curriculum qualified… Continue reading

In Uniform

EVENT Aviator talk: The PBY Naval Air Museum holds its monthly no-host luncheon at 11:30 a.m. June 28 at the CPO Club, 1080 Ault Field… Continue reading

Revolve True Food & Wine Bar all about good-for-you eating

It’s Saturday. Relatives are in town. Where to go for brunch? If you live in south Snohomish County, a short drive to Main Street in… Continue reading

Sustainable Bothell community compromises with developers

At Songaia, they pride themselves on living lightly on the land. So when a national homebuilder prepared last year to raze the woods… Continue reading

Three earn big scholarships to Catholic university

Two local graduating seniors from Archbishop Murphy High School in Everett have earned Abbot Scholarships to Saint Martin’s University in Lacey. The full-tuition, need-based awards… Continue reading

Body of Bothell fisherman recovered near Alaska port

The body of a Washington state commercial fisherman was recovered from waters off Cordova, Alaska, after his boat was spotted… Continue reading

Smith returns to take interim seat on Northshore School Board

Ken Smith is headed back to the Northshore School Board, after resigning from the same job last month to run for a state… Continue reading

Bothell American Legion dedicates new Post

American Legion Post 127 held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new building. National Commander Charles Schmidt and National Auxiliary President Mary Davis attended… Continue reading

Bothell woman bakes braided bread, other Scandinavian treats

Joyce Sieben’s home sits in an average north Bothell cul-de-sac. But inside, the furnishings, light and prints of Swedish artist Carl Larrson paintings makes one… Continue reading

Man rams police car: ‘I have wanted to do that my entire life’

A Maltby-area man allegedly told a deputy he’d always wanted to ram a police car. And that, according to court papers, is what… Continue reading

Local schools field FBLA state winners

Several schools fielded winners at the Washington State Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) state conference, held April 19-22 in Spokane. Students competed in a… Continue reading

Bothell’s Country Village shops’ future remains uncertain

The future of the quirky Country Village with its giant spotted chicken statue, pirate ship playground and collection of small shops and restaurants… Continue reading

Overnight lane closures on I-405 to end by Wednesday morning

Overnight lane closures on I-405 were expected to start Monday and be complete by Wednesday morning as crews re-stripe the express toll lanes… Continue reading

Seattle Genetics pulls out of $2 billion bid for cancer drug

BOTHELL —Seattle Genetics, the region’s biggest biotech firm, spiked a $2 billion deal to manfuacture and distribute an experimental tumor fighting drug. The company announced… Continue reading

First few days of shoulder lane access show faster commute

A new shoulder lane helped speed the evening commute on I-405 in its first week. Now, drivers hope those quicker travel times become… Continue reading

Robotics teams return from world competition in Houston

The Arlington High School NeoBots Team 2903 was a subdivision winner in the FIRST Robotics Competition Championship, held April 19-22 in Houston. Their four-team alliance… Continue reading

Arlington, Bothell, Index, Stanwood get $2M for parks, trails

Snohomish County has divvied up $2 million in grants to buy land for parks and trails in and around Arlington, Bothell, Index and… Continue reading

Do baby teeth hold clues to mystery of what causes autism?

J.T. Fisher was surrounded by sharks. His delight seemed to flood into his snorkeling mask. The Bothell boy and his father had boarded… Continue reading

Northshore schools consider new name for Pop Keeney Stadium

The home field for Northshore School District high schools has been named for a local pioneer’s son and football legend for 64 years.… Continue reading