Northwest NEWS

August 24, 1998

Local News

Kirkland man pleads not guilty to Baskin-Robbins robberies

  According to papers, Brown allegedly timed the robberies, one May 18 and the other June 15, to coincide with Metro bus schedules.

Reward offered for info on Eastside bank robber

  The suspect is described as 5'8", 160 pounds, dark hair with a medium complexion. He wears a baseball cap and sunglasses.

Police Beat

  A 35-year-old Wellswood Apartment woman reported that seven days earlier two young boys had held her seven-year-old son down while a six-year-old beat him with a bat.

Admission fees increase at zoo

 The zoo opens at 9:30 a.m. 365 days a year.

News Briefs

  Find out about significant trees, sales tax revenues.

D.A.R. chapter elects officers

  The chapter meets the first Tuesday of each month, except July and August.

PSRC needs comment on road projects

  Improving State Route 522 and timing downtown Woodinville traffic signals are on amended Transportation Improvement Program before a regional planning body.

Local dancer competes at national competition

  This Woodinville High School Senior's solo, performed to "Angel" by Sarah McLachlan, received a platinum medal, and a fifth place overall. She also placed second in the costume judging competition.

New Eagle scout

  For his Eagle Project, Tony constructed an elevated deck at Bear Creek Elementary School. The deck is used by the students of Bear Creek while they work in the salmon stream.

Engagement

  Hellman - Haight

A look back at Kenmore history

  Check out the old photos.