OCTOBER 6, 1997
Explosion sends one to hospital
An explosion at a Bothell manufacturer sent a 30-year-old female employee to the hospital.
State patrol still needs help in Clearview fatality
The Washington State Patrol is still seeking help in locating a 1981-1987 Chevy or GMC truck they believe was involved in June 28 Clearview hit-and-run fatality.
Saybrook may form Block Watch to fight crime
Troubled by a string of arsons and neighborhood vandalism, residents of the Saybrook development met with police and fire officials to make their streets and homes safer.
Council picks interim Rainey for permanent city manager
The city council went for continuity when they picked a permanent city manager last week; they chose the well-respected and well-liked interim, Roy Rainey.
Free Used Clothing Pickups
Community Services for the Blind will pick up reusable clothing and household items at your door.
Kenmore calls for volunteers
Kenmore Public Community Meeting
Come join us for our Public Community Meeting, Oct. 8th at the Northshore Fire Station.
Hospital commissioner re-registers in Kirkland
An Evergreen Hospital commissioner, who some say flat-out lives in Arizona, registered as living in Kirkland last week.
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.
New museum on the web
iQuest Interactiver Museum is up on-line at www.iquestmuseum.com
Evergreen Hospital for the second annual "Preemie Reunion."
City showcases PRO plan
Proposed Parks, Recreation and Open Space Plan
Building center watchdogs' garner city top insurance rating
Insurance rates on buildings constructed in Woodinville over the next five years may be lower after the city scored a high rating for effectiveness of its permitting department.
Hello, Woodin Creek, goodbye, Trib 87; now behave
The state made it official last week, renaming Trib 87 to the more apropos Woodin Creek.