Northwest NEWS

June 15, 1998

Front Page

Sandblast artists will carve out riverboat replica

 This year's Sandblast, a three-day river and arts festival, is going to be more active and fun than ever. Get the details.

Cherry Valley Elementary honors readers at ceremony

 Two hundred twenty-one students, parents and staff were honored at Cherry Valley Elementary for their reading.

Snoqualmie Valley on 'endangered' list

 Organic farmer Steve Hallstrom likens the Snoqualmie Valley to a glass that has been pushed off the kitchen counter but is still in mid-air. "The glass is still in one piece," he says, "but when it hits the floor it will shatter. And no government agencies are jumping to catch it."

Celebrate Fall City Days this weekend

 Highlights include a 5K walk, 5 and 10K runs, kiddie parade, grand parade, dunk tanks, arts and crafts booths, food booths and live entertainment on two stages, sponsored by the King County Arts Commission. Helicopter rides, kids' rides, go-carts and pony rides will be part of the celebration.

Duvall youth is All-American Scholar

 The United States Achievement Academy has announced that a certain junior at Cedarcrest High School in Duvall has been named an All-American Scholar. Find out who.