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September 22, 1997

Local News

Treen, Henderson likely to face off in November

  After last week's primary, it appears likely Leigh Henderson will challenge incumbent Debbie Treen for her post in the Bothell City Council.

Finance director wins award

  Bill White, Finance Director for Woodinville Water District for the last six years, has been awarded the Professional Finance Officer Award for 1997.

Reichert, Sims hold huge leads in county races

  Incumbents blew out their opponents in King County executive and sheriff's races. Of course, their opponents weren't that impressive.

Legislature approves warrant checks

  Legislature has approved legislation that gives law enforcement officials the authority to check for outstanding warrants on individuals lawfully stopped for an infraction.

Mystery Photo

  Last week's Mystery Photo was the bridge at Bothell Landing.

Council to vote on pay raise

  After considering buying computer equipment and phone lines, the City Council will vote on pay raises tonight, though support for the measure seems to be lacking.

Rotary helps clean up Sammamish

  Members of the Northshore Rotary and employees of Lincoln Towing teamed up last weekend to pull a sunken truck from the Sammamish River near Blyth Park in Bothell.

Somers leading Swede in Sno. Co. Council race

  Though voter turnout was light, south Snohomish County had some weighty issues to deal with. Here's a rundown.

Traffic backup

  A blown fuse on a traffic light at SR 522 and Paradise Lake Road caused major backups early Monday morning. Snohomish County PUD was called at 8:50 a.m.


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