FEBRUARY 3, 1997

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Trestle trial brings jurors to site of bridge death

trestle trial The trial of the man accused of pushing a Mill Creek teen to his death from the Bothell trestle began last week, with testimony from one of the men who was there when it happened.

Lawsuits filed against UPDs

UPD lawsuits As was expected, the Northridge urban planned development (UPD) will end up in King County Superior Court, with the City of Redmond and two citizen groups filing lawsuits against King County for approving the project.

Rotary, Grace add to Wilmot Park fund

Wilmot Park The Woodinville Rotary Club made good on the second part of its $75,000 commitment to the Wilmot Gateway Park last Thursday, donating $25,000 towards its construction this summer.

Local weather forecasts by Larry Schick

local weather Schick Weather Services, run by local television and radio meteorologist Larry Schick, has teamed up with the newspapers of Northwest News to bring the local community weather forecasts specific to our area, as well as answering weather questions from readers.

News from the Metro/King County Council

County Council by Councilmember Louise Miller
As a neighbor of the Alberg Properties in the Snoqualmie Valley west of Carnation, I would like to take this opportunity to give you an update on future mining issues.

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