MAY 19, 1997
Councilmember still unhappy with resignation
Members of the Woodinville City Council are still unsettled with the recent resignation of City Manager Joe Meneghini. At last Monday's regular meeting, Councilmember Marsha Engel moved to clarify wording in the minutes of the April 7 study session.
Locke signs juvenile justice reform bill
Sixteen- and seventeen-year-old youths will be prosecuted as adults for committing violent crimes as a result of House Bill 3900, signed by Governor Gary Locke last Tuesday.
Bothell bank robbery suspect turns himself in to police
A man who is suspected of robbing a U.S. Bank on Bothell's Main Street on May 9 turned himself in after pictures of the man caught by a bank surveillance camera were printed in a local paper May 14.
Doug's Boats provides craft for Duvall police
Using a program offered by boat manufacturers, the Duvall Police Department will be able to patrol the Snoqualmie River this summer with a brand-new jet boat at no cost to the city except for maintenance.
Car hit by Dinner Train
Two adults and a two-year-old child walked away unharmed after their 1988 Subaru station wagon was shoved aside by the Spirit of Washington Dinner Train.
There were 2 attempted kidnappings in Bothell recently. A woman was concerned when she saw a man talking to an 8-to-10-year-old girl at Westhill Elementary. A 13-year-old boy at Heritage Christian School was grabbed by a stranger, but was able to escape.
Community Emergency Response Team takes wing
Woodinville Fire & Life Safety District recently awarded Certificates of Completion to 19 community members for their participation in a class designed to prepare them for meeting emergency and disaster situations.
Heritage Corridor needs volunteers
The Cascade Valleys Heritage Corridor offers local residents the chance to join a hands-on heritage project which will set the course of heritage interpretation for decades to come.
Obituary: Sharon Lee Perkins
Services in memory of Sharon Perkins were held for family and friends May 18 in Lynnwood. Sharon Perkins, age 46, died May 10 at Hospice Northwest in Seattle.
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