Northwest NEWS

September 21, 1998

Local News

Ackley found guilty of two murders

  After the verdict was read, Ackley, 29, could be seen to bow his head in television coverage of the proceedings and turn to the courtroom with a pained look to his face.

Police Beat

  A 19-year-old Redmond man was arrested for a Sept. 3 incident at McLendons where he allegedly stole a deadbolt lock and assaulted a security guard. He was booked into King County Jail for fourth degree assault and third degree theft.

Senior health center opened in Bothell

  The center is headed up by a geriatrician, a physician who specializes in the diseases of the elderly, and is staffed by a team of senior health care specialists.

City considers grid road

 The intent of municipal code has been met, and a top city official says Woodinville doesn't see the need for a public road through three properties in the downtown core. For now.

WFLSD closes deal

  Half a month after the board of the Woodinville Fire and Life Safety District voted to buy the Knoll Lumber property for a new downtown station, the $2.5 million deal has finally been closed.

Impacts found with, without pipeline

  Construction of an underground pipeline from north Bothell to the Tri-Cities would impact fish and wildlife, and its operation may pose minor to major consequences to wetlands, aquifers and rivers if there were a spill, a report released last week says.

Primary results

  Read the latest county, state, and national election results.


  Cobrea - Halverson

New Eagle Scout honored

  A long-time chess fanatic, this eagle scout designed and built a life-sized chess board that was presented to Woodinville Library.

Bothell Parks and Rec. Programs

  Learn National Family Health & Fitness Day activities.

'Beat the Bug' campaign

  Flu and pneumonia vaccines will be available to the general public.

Northshore House celebrates grand opening

  Northshore House celebrated their grand opening last Thursday with a ribbon cutting and tour of the facility. Have a look.

New INS office opens

  The U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) office is open three days a week (Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.).


  Karl F. Lind