Northwest NEWS

August 31, 1998

Business

Local foundry provides tree grates for Wilmot, world

src="../../../graphics/com-link.gif" Urban Accessories, a nationally-known foundry tucked away near the King-Snohomish County line in the city's industrial area, is making about a dozen decorative grates, each valued at around $1,000, to be donated as tree-surrounds for the new Wilmot Gateway Park.

Keeney's "Schoolbucks Fundraiser"

src="../../../graphics/com-link.gif" "We have seen our area schools struggling to fulfill basic needs with budget cuts and school levy failures. We just felt it was time to give back directly to the community that has supported us over the years," said Keeney.

Forum brings authentic Hong Kong cuisine to city

src="../../../graphics/com-link.gif" Recently, the Forum Chinese Restaurant added its name to Woodinville's dining options. Located off 175th Street in the space that had previously housed Chin's Restaurant, the Forum opened its doors August 1.

Business Notes

src="../../../graphics/com-link.gif" Who got a government contract, who has been promoted, who introduced a brand new putter?