Local residents participate in Olympic torch run
Woodinville's Lawrence Schuler ran a leg through Bremerton on the Olympic torch's journey through the Evergreen State. Monroe's John McKanna lit the cauldron at the Seattle Center that started the Space Needle fireworks show.
Fire Commission goes with low bid on Station 35 remodel
On May 6, the Commissioners of the Woodinville Fire and Life Safety District voted 3-2 to award the $250,627 lowest base bid to M.J. Ness for the remodeling and expansion of Station 35 behind the Cottage Lake Safeway.
Lambert to run for re-election
Rep. Kathy Lambert (R-45th) has announced she is seeking re-election to the State House of Representatives in the 45th District.
Kiwanis Club holds work party
The Kiwanis Club of Woodinville and family members worked for five hours April 20 clearing blackberries on a quarter-mile stretch of the Sammamish River Trail near downtown Woodinville.
DeYoung may face Grimm's deputy for State Treasurer
State Treasurer Dan Grimm announced last week that he will not be seeking a third term, creating the possibility that Woodinville City Councilmember Lucy DeYoung will face Ann Daley, Grimm's deputy.
Major changes coming in bus routes
Metro Transit wants to hear from Eastside bus riders and other residents who want to help reshape public transportation in King County. The changes would take effect in 1997.
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