Two bodies discovered in Woodinville home
The Woodinville house in which Bernice Jones shot her husband just 11 months ago was the scene of another tragedy last week, when two bodies were discovered by a real estate agent showing the house.
Garage fire causes $15,000 damage
Rags hung out to dry after staining the family's deck were the cause of a fire in the detached garage in the 15300 block of 164th Ave. NE, causing $15,000 in damage and no injuries.
Council gives nod to batting cages
The Woodinville City Council voted last week to allow batting cages as a conditional use in the industrial zone, but the process to open a batting cage business has only just begun for William and Kathleen McClean.
Police begin patrolling city on new bikes
The city recently outfitted two of its community police officers with mountain bikes, allowing them to more easily patrol the bike trail, maneuver through traffic, and approach potential suspects.
News from the Metro-King County Council
by Louise Miller, Vice Chair, District 3 Representative
The Becca Bill, addressing at-risk youth, runaways, truancy, and other issues affecting non-offender youth and their families, was enacted by the state Legislature in 1995.
This year, information about candidates and issues appearing in the fall elections is available from several sources.
Fowl play on walking trail
A small community of geese, ducks, and chickens have flourished along the Sammamish River Trail between Bothell Landing Park and Bracketts Landing for some time. Concern is being expressed in response to the depletion of the animals.
Obituary: Ali Payne
Ali Payne, 13, who had lived all her life in this area, died Aug. 25. She was born Oct. 1, 1982 in Seattle, and was the daughter of Mike and Lori Payne of Woodinville.