Northwest NEWS

August 10, 1998

Local News

City hears testimony on WHS parking plan

  Northshore School District officials laid out a proposal that could solve student parking problems at Woodinville High School in the near future, but neighborhood residents said they wanted something done there ASAP.

Miller pledges to find youths place to play

  "We can't leave a thousand or two thousand children without a place to play.

Hundreds evacuated after gas line break

  Gas company officials advised people not to start their cars, use their cellular phones or smoke cigarettes in the area.

Street near WHS expected to reopen

 It looked like a rocket had exploded in the street last Thusday--mountains of earth heaped near a bus-sized crater, dust everywhere--but it was only the final stages of a sewer extension project that's suffered from a severe bout of Murphy's Law.

City, county to put guardrail along Trib 90

  Vehicles will finally have a measure of protection as they drive by a ditch near the Hollywood Schoolhouse.

Police Beat

  An 18-year old girl was cited and released for stealing an undisclosed amount of cash and lotto tickets while working at a gas station. Video surveillance was used as evidence.

Sims urges residents to buy local produce

  Heaped on the lengthy buffet table were the fruits and labors of area farmers: a green, red, white, yellow and blue spread of carrots and cauliflower, beans and blackberries, tomatoes and turnips, oysters and onions.

Local officer receives kudos from DEA

  Drug dealers don't stop at jurisdictional boundaries.

Voter registration to close Aug. 15

  Be sure you've registered so that you can vote in the Sept. 15 primary.

Northshore Notables

  Good things are happening for these people. Read all about it.

Summer Play in the Park

  Every Thursday morning during the month of August, there will be fun and games at Woodin Creek Park.

Wedding: Allen - Allen

  This couple will honeymoon on the Oregon coast.