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BOTHELL — Staying true to her word of sharing fall reopening information as it becomes available, Northshore School Superintendent Michelle Reid said recently released reports show it is not advisable to allow students to walk through the doors come September.

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Response teams from Woodinville Fire & Rescue, Woodinville Police Department, and the King County Sheriff's Office were alerted to a car-cyclist accident in the intersection of Northeast 171st Street and 143rd Place Northeast at 9:42 Monday morning. The incident claimed the life of the p…

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Duvall — Construction crews working for the Washington State Department of Transportation are removing an old culvert on Loutsis Creek just south of Duvall on State Route 203, and replacing it with a 15-foot tall arched bridge being billed as the first of its kind on the West Coast.

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SNOHOMISH COUNTY — Alan Edward Dean, 62, was arrested Tuesday, July 28 for the April 1993 murder of 15-year-old Melissa Lee. Dean was taken into custody without incident at 5 p.m. near his Bothell residence.

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Mukund Mohan, 48, of Clyde Hill has been charged with fraudulently seeking over $5.5 million in Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans and laundering the proceeds. Clyde Hill is bordered by Kirkland, Bellevue, Medina, Yarrow Bay and Hunts Point.

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SNOHOMISH COUNTY— Responding to the need for a reliable local source of PPE equipment for front line workers, Edmonds College and Snohomish County have joined forces to produce hundreds of face shields to help reduce the spread of COVID-19.

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LYNNWOOD —The Snohomish Regional Drug Task Force confiscated 1,400 grams of fentanyl from a Lynnwood couple on Saturday, July 25. It was the largest amount of the controlled substance ever seized in Snohomish County.

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EVERETT — Investigators with the Snohomish County Multiple Agency Response Team (SMART) are now saying the fatal bullet that claimed the life of Bothell Police Officer Jonathan Shoop on July 13 was fired from his partner's weapon. 

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ISSAQUAH—Residents living alongside of I-90 west of the Lake Sammamish State Park entrance will soon get relief from traffic noise as crews with the state Department of Transportation will be erecting a buffer wall beginning July 27.

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The city of Woodinville is accepting applications for its Tourism Promotion Grant Program now through noon on Aug. 13. The goal of the program is to attract and welcome visitors to Woodinville throughout the year to stimulate the local economy and increase the number of overnight hotel stays…

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She fills a void on the force left by Sgt. Patrick Harasek, who retired June 20 after a 38-year career in law enforcement, serving with WPD and King County Sheriff’s Office.

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Redmond police arrested an off-duty Bellevue Police officer Thursday morning July 9 during a domestic disturbance involving a family member. The 48-year-old officer was booked into jail for suspected crimes related to the domestic disturbance.

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Investigators say a domestic disturbance at a high-rise apartment building in downtown Bellevue led to a stabbing and shooting Saturday night. Two people died, and two others were injured during the incident.

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What was supposed to be a fairly routine falling of a few Cottonwood trees on private property and on Hollywood Hill Association (HHA) land in 10 Acre Park in early June, has turned into an eyesore. The incident left a barber chair stump on a cedar tree, foliage scattered about, and violatio…

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K ing County has filed an appeal against the Growth Management Hearings Board’s decision to invalidate the Adult Beverage Ordinance, continuing an age-old battle between the county and community members seeking to preserve the Sammamish Valley farmland.

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OLYMPIA – The Washington Department of Ecology has fined Achilles USA, Inc., an Everett company, $327,200 for two oil spills in that flowed into retention ponds and covered wildlife. The company is being held liable for the spills, not reporting them, and negligence.

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The warmest months of the year are heading our way and the official start of summer is here. As we cool off and escape the heat, remember the basics of water recreation safety. We live in an area surrounded by water, giving many opportunities for exciting water activities, but also increasin…

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The city of Woodinville has a new program to distribute Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to Woodinville businesses to support economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. The program will provide cloth masks, hand sanitizer, thermometers, gloves, and sneeze guards free of charge to eligi…

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OLYMPIA —The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) has released guidelines that lay out the framework for schools to begin planning a return to the classroom in the fall.

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On Tuesday, May 19, the Woodinville City Council awarded $51,375.00 in Human Services Grants. These grants were awarded to seven organizations that serve families in need in and around our community. From Camp Unity Eastside that provides shelter to 40 homeless men and women, to Friends of Y…

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Northshore Senior Center leaders acknowledged the many challenges exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic, but mostly focused on the positives in a recent virtual “fireside chat.”