Early results in state, county, local races
With 100 percent of the polls and 50 percent of the absentee ballots in, early results of the general election Nov. 7 show new blood in several local races and defeat for several initiatives.
Callon, Leggett elected to fire board; Harrell keeps seat on Water Commission
The Woodinville Fire and Life Safety District and the Woodinville Water District will see a new face and some familiar faces at their at their board meetings.
Paro, Davis elected to Northshore School Board
Sue Paro and B-Z Davis are the victors in the race for the Northshore School Board, with Paro defeating incumbent Rich Baldwin and B-Z Davis winning over Paul Emerson, who withdrew in the late stages of the race.
Appeal filed for GMA Hearings Board to reconsider decision
Friends of the Law (FOTL), a group that has been fighting the proposed Blakely Ridge Urban Planned Development (UPD), has filed a motion for reconsideration of a decision on the issue by the Central Puget Sound Growth Management Hearings Board.
Coalition for Public Trust created by Bear Creek activists
In response to what they are calling the unresponsiveness of elected officials, several community activist groups have formed the Coalition for Public Trust, a nonprofit corporation with the goal of holding those officials accountable to their constituents.
County prepares for winter weather
King County Roads and Engineering Division has determined its routes for snow and ice removal for the coming winter season.
Obituary: Maureen Eilish Kerr
Rosary and funeral mass were held Nov. 10 at St. Brendan Catholic Church for Maureen Eilish Kerr of Bothell, who died Nov. 2.
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