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Steel cow sculpture eye-catcher in Sammamish Valley

cow sculpture The horses were spooked for the first hour after it arrived. They gradually worked their way closer to inspect the massive beast. Frozen in its spot and silent, it wasn't a threat, they decided.

Area parks receive special attention

area parks Cottage Lake Park, Bothell Landing, and the Wilmot Gateway Park are receiving special attention from the Washington Wildlife Recreation Coalition.

New fire safety vocational program begins for Northshore students

fire safety program Starting this school year, seniors and juniors in the Northshore School District will be able to participate in a new vocational offering that introduces the basics of fire and life safety.

Council recommends pro and con writers for voters guide

voters guide Last week, the City Council finalized the wording for the $6 million Civic Center bond measure going on the fall ballot, and then authorized the city manager to contact writers for voters pamphlet.

Wilmot Gateway Park kick-off

Wilmot Gateway Park A campaign kick-off reception for the Wilmot Gateway Park was held last Thursday at Columbia Winery. Tax-deductible donations are now being sought for park construction.

Bothell head-on collision sends two to hospital

head-on collision A head-on collision on Bothell Way last Friday at the beginning of the afternoon commute sent two to the hospital with serious injuries and closed down the road for several hours.

Council discusses Hollywood Hill flood plan

Hollywood Hill flood plan With the memory of February's floods fresh on their minds, the City Council discussed on Monday the county's proposed $500,000 drainage improvement project, one which should prevent water coming off Hollywood Hill from causing damage.

News from Metro-King County Council

Metro-King County Council by Louise Miller, District 3 Councilmember
I would like to notify you of the county's efforts to address the flood damage from this past winter.

Water district receives top honors for budget

water district honored The Woodinville Water District's 1996 budget earned the Washington Finance Officers Association (WFOA) Distinguished Budget Award, the "highest form of recognition in fiscal planning and budgeting within the State of Washington."



Woodinville police log

Woodinville police log

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