MARCH 10, 1997

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'Not-guilty' pleas entered in Bothell murder case

Bothell murder case Following their extradition from Arizona, the two people charged with the murder of a Bothell resident pleaded not guilty to the crime Friday and are being held in the Snohomish County Jail without bail.

Northshore asks city's intentions

Sorenson complex In light of two failed bond issues and the need to repair a snow-damaged roof, the Northshore School District wants to know just how serious the City of Woodinville is about buying the Sorenson complex and Old Woodinville School.

City Council discusses Hollywood Hill stream drainage construction

stream drainage At last week's Woodinville City Council meeting, staff recommended signing an interlocal agreement with King County that would begin construction on Tributory 90 stream realignment and the installation of new culverts on lower sections of the creek.

Analysis: The critical need to fix SR-522

SR-522 by Rep. John Koster, D-Monroe, 39th District
The argument for improving SR-522 comes down to more than just whether or not we can afford to spend the money. Those of us who travel the route regularly know that.

Sims names new King County sheriff

King County sheriff Filling the vacancy created when Sheriff Montgomery became Bellevue's police chief, King County Executive Ron Sims recommended the council appoint Major David Reichert last week as the interim King County sheriff.

Schrader sentenced in Bothell trestle death

sentencing Brian Schrader, 19, has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for the second degree murder of Michael Schuerhoff. Schrader was convicted of pushing Schuerhoff from a Bothell railroad trestle into the Sammamish River Jan. 2, 1996.

City, Water District coordinate repairs at 140th intersection

140th intersection A 20-year-old water main underneath 140th Avenue NE in Woodinville may soon be replaced during general improvements to the town's busiest intersection.

Area blood supply is low

blood supply The supply of blood for Western Washington hospitals is at its lowest point since the Christmas holiday snowstorms, according to health officials.

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