Northwest NEWS

May 25, 1998

Front Page

Students view DUI accident simulation

 Woodinville Fire and Life Safety Officer Dave Leggett noted the scene was "about as realistic as we can make it without seeing the real thing."

Mayor: Community at crossroads

 "My job is to make sure the process works," Carnation Mayor David Hunter said. "And we haven't always done a good job of it...I'll be the first to admit that."

Sims opens Preston Mill Park; dedicates Smith-Parker Bridge

 "Now that we've made the site safe for public use, we need to determine exactly how to develop it. This is where we'll really need the community's help. I'm encouraging citizens to visit the park and let us know what they'd like to see," said King County Executive Ron Sims.

Number one Fun Raiser is June 6

 KISW radio personality Bob Rivers returns to the benefit event for the fifth year. He emcees the live auction with his wry and sometimes outrageous humor.