Northwest NEWS

July 6, 1998

Front Page

Workshops help riders 'discover their horses'

 "It's all about relationships," Frank Bell, known as a "horse whisperer,"says. "Whatever the person is feeling, whether fear or confidence, moves through to the horse. Bonding and confidence building develop a safe and willing partnership between the horse and its owner."

County to hold meeting on Novelty Bridge replacement

 Based on an intensive construction analysis, the county now anticipates it can perform the most critical bridge replacement work and limit the closure of NE 124th St. to seven or eight months - four to five months less than its original timeline.

Benefit Beanie Babies stolen from store

 The store's co-owner, Dianna Kallander-Traylor, said her back was to the counter while she was talking to a customer, and when she returned to the counter the three Babies were gone.

Celebration in Carnation

 Many who came to Carnation's 4th of July celebration took a ride on Remlinger Farms' steam train. Have a look.