May 11, 1998

Local News

Police Beat

  A couple attending a wedding returned to their van to find a window broken out and an appointment book stolen from underneath a seat. Learn what else has been going on around here.

Bothell sex offender arrested, released

  When police officials here called Santa Clara, officials there said to hold Bates, Elledge said. Bates was then booked into King County Jail. But later Santa Clara modified their warrant to say Bates was wanted only in California. He was released from jail at about 6 p.m., according to prison officials. Bates also has a warrant from Calgary, Alberta.

Police believe they have local tagger

  Taggings are marks on fences, alleys or building walls usually done with spray paint that are unique to an individual. While some gang-related tagging is oriented towards violence, in this case the suspect may have been after notoriety. He may be responsible for 10 separate incidents.

Yoga at the Y

 These classes combine a flow series of postures to bring strength, stretch and relaxation to key muscles of the entire body. Interested?

County passes new cell tower rules

  "It's not just the guy in the Mercedes anymore. People use cell phones everywhere, out on a boat or in the mountains," Louise Miller said.

BPW receives contribution

  BPW is planning to use this contribution toward their next Individual Development Program, a seminar designed to help women develop their leadership skills and achieve success in their personal and professional goals.

Bothell parks bonds ballots due May 19

  The 20-year bond would cost the owner of a $150,000 home $52.40 a year, the owner of a $200,000 home $69.86 a year.

Motorcyclist dies from injuries

  According to King County Sheriff's spokeswoman Joanne, Elledge, Preston went onto the gravel shoulder of the road, lost control of the bike, sliding about 60 feet hitting several large rocks before coming to a stop.

Free summer shuttle (W.A.R.T.) returns

  They've added some new shuttle stops, including Woodinville's new Cineplex Odeon Theater in downtown Woodinville.

Kenmore's interim City Council sworn in

  At the cermony a proclamation signed by King County Executive Ron Sims was read declaring May 8 Kenmore Day.

Sims unveils county's road work plan

  Get ready. There is a $94 million 1998 road construction program.

Bergeson - Woolman

  Two WHS grads marry.

Turner - Simicich

  This couple plans a wedding in Snohomish.

T.J. Maxx comes to Woodinville

  The store carries apparel for women, men and children. They also offer giftware, domestic items, women's shoes, accessories and fine jewelry. The new T.J. Maxx store will have an educational toy and book department selling affordable arts and crafts, games, science kits and puzzles.

Cub Scouts tour frigate

  See the Pack with the crew.