Kenmore cityhood drive rolls on
The cityhood petitions have hit the streets and the Citizens for the Incorporation of Kenmore have until September to collect 820 signatures--10 percent of the registered voters--to get the issue on the ballot.
Sultan man dies on SR-522
A 25-year-old Sultan man died and a Monroe couple suffered neck and back injuries after a two-car accident Thursday on SR-522, a half-mile west of the Snohomish River Bridge.
Too many people for Miller, Derdowski
With the ever-increasing growth in King County, the County Charter says it's time again for the redrawing of the King County Council district lines.
Cable television expertise sought
Those who know what a cable company can do for the community are being sought by a citizen's advisory committee working with the cities of Bothell and Woodinville in negotiating new cable television franchises.
Bear Creek ecological assessment first in 50 years
Upper Bear Creek has been chosen for a pilot project involving citizen volunteers who will document the biological inventory of county properties in the Waterways 2000 program.
Chamber Board favors new fire station downtown
The Woodinville Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors has issued a statement of support for the location of the proposed fire station on the south bypass in the downtown district.
Bothell holds meeting on parks projects
The City of Bothell Parks and Recreation Board is continuing the process of gathering public input about potential projects to be considered for placement by the City of Bothell on the proposed King County Future Funding Initiative.
City of Bothell honors Mathew Wolff and Boy Scout Troop #64
The Bothell City Council are honoring Mathew Wolff and Boy Scout Troop 64 at a special presentation on May 6 at City Hall.