June 8, 1998
'Burning down the house' in the name of training recruits
It wasn't that the fire wouldn't go out, it just kept getting set.
Bothell woman injured in SR 522 rollover
According to the State Patrol, at the 1991 Honda Accord left the roadway just east of I-405, rolled on its top and came to a stop after striking a concrete culvert.
A red 1976 Chevy Nova was stolen from a business in the 20400 block of 144th Ave. N.E. June 4. Unidentified suspects, driving a red full-size, extended cab pickup with mag-wheels, were observed taking the car. Read about other crime activity.
City dedicates pedestrian bridge
Along with two dozen others and a pair of horses, King County Council Chair Louise Miller was on hand for the dedication.
Council scraps tourist district tax idea
Woodinville's mayor sounded tired and dejected last week, as if he'd gone a couple rounds with a heavyweight champion. In a sense he, and the City Council, had. "We got beat up pretty bad," said Don Brocha last Thursday, three days after the council dropped the idea of taxing events and performances held at Chateau Ste. Michelle and other tourist district businesses.
There will be a single lane closure on Jonathan Road just east of 2nd Place West. Find out how long this closure will be in effect.
Early Kenmore photos sought
Northlake Newsis helping the Kenmore City Council decorate its new City Hall.
Can we interest you in soccer camp, swimming lessons or tennis camp?
Section of Tolt Pipeline tested
No, they're not drilling for oil in Kingsgate.
Farmers Market at Country Village
Fresh cut flowers, fruits, vegetables, nuts, plants, berries and honey will be featured, all from local growers. Read the schedule.
First Anniversary: Jonathon and Michelle Liu
With tongue in cheek, Michelle explains that it must surely have been her sensible charm and great personality that made Jonathon fall for her.
Summer fun at Baptist Church of Bothell
The First Baptist Church of Bothell will offer Vacation Bible Fun for preschoolers aged 5 through children who have just completed the 6th grade.
Exercise your brain and read a book
About 15% of adults in King County won't be able to read this article. That's approximately 175,000 people.
Church breaks ground for new building
Have a look at the ground breaking ceremony.