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SEPTEMBER 29, 1997

Local News

Backcountry Hunting

  You're hunting in the backcountry. As darkness settles in for the night, you realize it's too late to find your way back to camp.

Bob Bandarra appointed to a four year term on the Public Works Board

  Woodinville Water District General Manager Bob Bandarra, is appointed by the Governor to a four year term on the Public Works Board.

Corps of Engineers rolls out Bear Creek basin plan

  Environmental restoration plans for the lower 3,000 feet of Big Bear Creek.

Northshore purchases option on bus barn site

  The Northshore School District moved closer to purchasing a 16-acre Woodinville site for a bus barn last week.

Bothell Bus Shuttles

  "Bothell Free Ride" shuttle bus to a group gathered for a demonstration of the service.

Fuse shorts cable

  "A cable television outage in the Bear Creek Country Club.

Camp Fire signing up new members

  Camp Fire Boys and Girls are currently signing up new members.

City holds 'green' car wash demonstration

  A demonstration of a 'green' car wash kit that cleans soapy water and keeps it out of local streams.

Chopper search for party fails

  King County Police responded to reports of drinking and loud noise in the Lake Leota area.

City manager to be named this week

  The search for a city manager began last April after Joe Meneghini resigned. Roy Rainey has been managing the city in the interim.

Free Used Clothing Pickups

  Community Services for the Blind.

Bothell may float a $9 million-plus parks bond to voters next spring.

  Bothell Parks Board recommends sending a $9 million-plus parks bond to voters next spring.

Flu and pneumonia season approaching

  Once again, the winter flu season looms on the horizon.

County buys open space near mouth of Sammamish

  King County Parks purchased nearly seven acres of undeveloped open space on the north shore of Lake Washington last week. Plans include turning the land over to the newly formed city of Kenmore.

Legislature approves warrant checks

  Washington state Legislature has approved legislation that gives law enforcement officials the authority to check for outstanding warrants on individuals.

McCune finalist for Nellie Cashman award

  Linda McCune, owner of the Don McCune Library in Woodinville is one of the five finalists for Nellie Cashman Woman Business Owner of the Year award.


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Nurse practitioner joins UW Physicians Woodinville Clinic

  Nurse Practitioner Susan McNiel has joined the staff of four doctors at the UW Physicians Woodinville Clinic.