Oscar Roloff: This man really 'gives'
While I was visiting at the Woodinville home of Doug Fugitt, he explained his concern for kids who find it difficult to enter college, and he's doing something about it.
One woman's nightmare has a strong message
A Bothell woman who says she had blind faith in the medical profession and complete trust in its practitioners is on a campaign to change what she calls these complacent and passive attitudes.
New owners for 'Big Red Barn'
The big, white trimmed red barn located off 140th Avenue NE has long been a colorful landmark in Woodinville. And it has an interesting history as well, beginning in 1939, when it was built for a dairy farm.
Hollywood Hill sixth grader wins essay contest
Kristina Hilsheimer, a sixth grader at Hollywood Hill Elementary, was named a winner of the "Follow Your Leader" essay contest.
City Council adopts a road
Members of the Woodinville City Council have joined Woodinville's Adopt-A-Road program.
Snohomish girl named state winner
Megan Munroe, 13, of Snohomish was named the Washington representative for the 1996-97 Miss American Preteen pageant to be held in Florida.
Babies celebrate first Halloween
Halloween was happily celebrated last week at Evergreen Hospital when the weekly Baby-Parent Time support group got together with the young ones in full costume.