April 27, 1998

Local News

Police to hold meeting on sex offender

  Bothell Police are alerting area residents and businesses that a convicted sex offender is moving back to the community next month.

Police beat

  Piles of opened mail were found in a wooded residential area in the 15900 block of 126th Ave. N.E., Kingsgate. Find out what else has been happening.

County residents may form advisory council

  "The real opportunity here is a first-class method for getting citizens' needs and wants heard by the King County Council, and getting the County Council's wants and needs out to the population at large."

Summer recreation guide

 Don't leave home without it.

Seahawks help open new playroom for kids

  Members of the Seattle Seahawks football team joined with Evergreen Hospital staff and pediatric patients and families to officially open the Seahawks Offensive Line Pediatric Playroom. Have a look.

Cultural projects receive funding for '98

  According to Sims, "King County is helping to build a cultural infrastructure second to none in the nation."

Meeting to discuss TDR program

  This proposal could add as many as 132 homes to the Hollywood Hill area.

Sims asks for Woodinview proposals

  "It's an exciting opportunity to create a vibrant, mixed-income development in Woodinville," says Betsy Czark, a county housing planner.

Women honored at college luncheon

  Because of the courage and dreams of Ina Knutsen and many other women like her, the Women's Center and Shoreline Community College Foundation were able to host the "Women's History Luncheon and Celebration."

Wedding: Bahr - Cacatian

  Bobbi Bahr of Woodinville High School Class of 1992 got married in April at the Hollywoood Schoolhouse. Take a look.

Little Bit needs help

  Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center needs volunteers to help with its riding program which benefits people with disabilities.

Spring Garden Open House a success

  The Woodinville Water District's annual Spring Garden Open House was a success. Have a look.

Mowat fined again for allegedly exposing workers to lead

  Mowat Construction has been fined another $197,500 for, among alleged violations, willfully exposing workers to lead up to 80 times above permitted levels. The Woodinville contractor now faces fines of over $270,000 for lead exposure violations from two separate bridge projects.

Girl Scouts clean up Little Bear Creek

  See Kim Hensley and junior Girl Scouts from troops #1272 and #1636 who filled the back of a pickup truck with litter collected along Little Bear Creek in south Snohomish County.