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A Sound Transit Security guard and a customer support employee patrol Northgate station to help riders get to their destination safely.

Sound Transit light rail expansions coming in 2024

In 2024, the initial segment of the East Link extension between South Bellevue and Redmond will open. An extension of the One Line — currently the only line in the Sound Transit light rail system —...

Rise in Asian hate persists

Rise in Asian hate persists

Since COVID-19, racial violence against Asian Americans has increased by 150%, according to a study from California State University. Common acts of abuse include verbal harassment, physical threats, cyberbullying...

Supreme Court to rule on Colorado ballot

Supreme Court to rule on Colorado ballot

Lucas Talbot (he/him), Reporter Feb 5, 2024

On Feb. 8, 2024, the United States Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on whether the state of Colorado can remove Donald J. Trump, former president of the United States, from the Colorado Republican...

Superintendent Michael Tolley addresses community members at the Conversations with the Board meeting on Dec. 12.

School board hears community solutions to budget shortfall

Claire Meng (she/her), Web Editor-in-Chief, Co-Business Manager Dec 19, 2023

At 6 p.m. on Dec. 12, NSD students, staff, parents and school board members gathered at the Admin Center in Bothell to discuss solutions to the district's budget shortfall. NSD currently faces a shortfall...

The Kenmore Square Starbucks store is a common place for students to eat lunch or study.

Starbucks Workers United Seattle joins the nationwide walkout

On Nov. 16, Starbucks workers nationwide walked out of their stores in protest of working conditions during one of the busiest promotional events of the year: Red Cup Day. On Red Cup Day, customers can...

Lot EFG, currently a parking lot in front of Baskin Robbins in Bothell, will be redeveloped in the next several years.

Bothell starts cleanup and development to create community space

Weiju Wang (he/him), Co-Copy Editor Nov 19, 2023

The city of Bothell started cleaning up the parking lot in front of Baskin-Robbins at the intersection of Bothell Way and Woodinville Drive this month. The lot, named Lot EFG, is 48,173 sq ft and one of...

Ballot for the November Washington state general election, sent to registered voters on Oct. 20. In total, 24,889 people voted for the District 3 school board director and 24,577 people voted for District 2.

Community elects two new school board directors

On Nov. 9, results were released for the Northshore School Board elections. Elisabeth Sotak (she/her) and Han Tran (she/they) will be new school board directors. Elections started on Oct. 20 and lasted...

Understanding the Israel-Hamas war

Understanding the Israel-Hamas war

Historical Context Over 2000 members of the Palestinian militant group Hamas breached the security fence separating Israel from the Gaza Strip on Oct. 7, 2023 at 6:30 p.m., gunning down soldiers and civilians....

 Senior Ash Abdalla Haddad holds the sign calling for a cease-fire in Gaza.

Students walk out to call for cease-fire in Israel-Hamas war

Approximately 120 students walked out onto the football field to call for a cease-fire and peace in the Israel-Hamas war on Nov. 16 during Viking Time. The walkout began with speeches by Muslim Student...

The compost bins are no longer in the cafteria, meaning that foods will now be dumped wastefully.

NSD cuts back on composting

Daniel Su (he/him), News Editor, Senior PR Manager Oct 26, 2023

Starting this school year, compost bins are no longer available on campus, which was a decision made by the district administration because of budget cuts. Composting services were just one of the many...

Narcan is readily available in overdose emergency kits located in the Nurse’s Room and the Front Office. The cabinet is locked to keep the drug secure and instructions are printed on the side for steps to take during an overdose.

The opioid epidemic is still on the rise

William He (he/him), Junior Web Editor, Photo Editor Oct 19, 2023

As of Oct. 13, there have been 841 fentanyl overdose deaths in King County this year, according to the Medical Examiner’s Office. Already exceeding 2022’s total of 712 deaths from fentanyl overdoses,...

Candidates speak to questions from the community at the Oct.3 School Board Candidate forum.

School board candidates address district issues at forum

Cate Bouvet (she/her), Co-Editor-in-Chief Oct 17, 2023

The Northshore PTSA held a School Board Candidate forum for voters to hear directly from the three candidates running from Districts 2 and 3 on Oct. 3. The election is on Nov. 7. Candidates had two minutes...

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