Northwest NEWS

June 8, 1998

Valley Special

Snoqualmie buses hit by vandalism

 "We are committed to identifying the culprits and dealing with them aggressively." We are hoping to make this an expensive escapade for them."

Smoke routs students from Cedarcrest

 "We made the decision to send the students home because we weren't sure that it wasn't really a fire," Dr. Jack Ernst, Riverview Superintendent said. "It took awhile to find out what actually happened."

Lisk appointed to Carnation Council

 Lisk, selected from a pool of five applicants, joins three other Swiftwater residents--council members Paula Turner and Don Raybuck and Mayor Hunter--in city government.

Full-day kindergarten available

 This is a tuition based, self-supporting enrichment program.

Duvall Police Log

 The Party Patrol has been busy.

Caine to speak at Baccalaureate

 The community is welcome.

Around the Valley

 Upcoming events around the valley

Sno-Valley Seniors

 Attend the lecture "Aging Is Not a Disease" at the Duvall Library. See Wednesday, June 17 entry.