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Edition Date: December 18, 2006
Local businesses fail alcohol compliance check
by Jeanette Knutson
Staff Writer
On Nov. 30, Washington Liquor Control Board enforcement officers checked eight Woodinville businesses that sell alcohol to make sure they were not selling to minors. Five of the eight businesses checked ...

 

 
Children’s Country Home receives $1,487 from the Fred Meyer Foundation
Children’s Country Home (CCH) has announced it has received a $1,487 community grant from the Fred Meyer Foundation for a Child Development Learning Center.

 

 
Sheriff’s deputies to receive emergency kits
from King County Councilmember Kathy Lambert
All King County Sheriff’s deputies will be eligible to receive donated emergency preparedness first-responder kits to keep in their vehicles following the Metropolitan King County Council’s approval Monday of a motion to accept donated kits.

 

 
Gossett elected 2007 chair of KC Council
from the King County Council
The Metropolitan King County Council unanimously named Councilmember Larry Gossett as chair of the council for 2007. His appointment was part of the annual council reorganization ...

 

 
County recovery focuses on safety
In the aftermath of the windstorm, power still remains out for many Puget Sound Energy customers in King County. As of Sunday, power had been restored to nearly 50 percent of PSE customers within King County.

 

 
Drive Hammered - Get Nailed
from the Washington Traffic Safety Commission
From now until Jan. 1, 2007, extra DUI enforcement patrols will be on the road statewide to rid the roads of impaired drivers during the holiday season In King County, officers from Auburn, Bellevue, ...

 

 
Read-to-Feed helps those in need
During November and December, children from Wooden Cross Lutheran Church’s FUNDAY MONDAY group participated in the Heifer International Read-to-Feed Program.

 

 
New board members appointed to 21 Acres
21 Acres, a non-profit organization focusing on preserving land in the Sammamish Valley, announced the recent appointments of Dale Nelson and Claire Thomas to the Board of Directors.

 

 
A Good New Year’s Resolution: Resolve to be Ready
According to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, in a recent national survey conducted by The Ad Council, 91 percent of Americans agreed that taking some simple steps to prepare could ...