August 3, 1998
Good samaritan's act leads to pileup
As for the alleged drunk driver... he apparently got away.
Council ups Katica's pay
The council ramped Katica's salary up $1,500 a month for each month he heads the city.
There was lots of mischief in Woodinville last week. Read the latest.
Race fans, get ready for the Woodinville 200
Okay, maybe the Northshore 20. Get the details.
State says no to soccer in Sammamish Valley APD
Ken Goodwin said the Hollywood Hill Association was pleased with the results. "If you can convert ag-lands for a non-ag noble purpose," said Goodwin, "then what's the next noble purpose?"
Carnation's top official leaves
The city of Carnation terminated its employment contract with City Administrator Randy Suko. Who will take his place?
Candidates file for U.S., state, county offices
U.S. Senator Patty Murray attracted quite a crowd of challengers in her bid for another term. Twelve people from four different parties, including four Republicans, four Democrats, three Reformers and one Socialist Worker want her seat.
Bothell Arts and Crafts Fair returns
Besides the great music, other events at the fair include arts and crafts, a quilt show, children's hands-on-art, face painting, a maze, a train, artists in action and great food.
Find out about this Bothell-area single lane closure.
Tourism Bureau seeks listings
The Snohomish County Tourism Bureau is currently seeking listings of events, fairs and festivals for its local calendar of events from Oct. 1998 through March 1999.
Karate students honored
Kindergartners through 7th graders were recognized for their scholastic achievements and treated to pizza, pop and praise.
Children Helping Children
It's time to clean out those closets. Doing so can help those in need. Read on.
Woodinville Repertory Theater to perform the comedy "I Hate Hamlet!"
Woodinville Repertory Theater is in a full rehearsal and set design schedule for their first performance.