The Bothell-Kenmore Reporter is one in a long line of newspapers that have covered the Northshore area since 1903, with titles ranging from “Independent” to “Citizen” serving these communities before the advent of the Reporter.
In recent years, the once predominantly bedroom communities of Bothell and Kenmore have seen the growth of an economic core centered around biotechnology, computer technology, telecommunications and durable goods. Bothell is home to the University of Washington campus and Cascadia Community College. Kenmore hosts one of the last industrial ports on the northern shore of Lake Washington.
Sound Earned 238 Industry Awards in 2015!
In all, Sound Publishing won 238 industry awards in 2015. Sound secured 229 awards from the 2015 Washington Newspaper Publishers Association Better Newspaper Contest (including 75 first place winners) and 9 awards from Local Media Association’s Advertising and Promotions Contest.
ages 25 to 54 years
have college degree
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Sources: AAM / CAC Consolidated Media Report (Q3, 2017), U.S. Census: 2014 American Community Survey (5-year), 2017 Pulse Research readership survey
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