Northwest NEWS

October 26, 1998

Local News

New Kenmore city manager named

  Steve Anderson has been the interim and acting city manager for Kenmore for the last five months and has been, according to Mayor Jack Crawford, the "main stay for all our early incorporation responsibilities."

Sign highlights paving procrastination

  The most recent sign now states "Paving Delayed to Spring." According to Debroah Knight, Interim Public Works Director, the delay is caused by the road service being too cool for the new layer of asphalt to seal.

Kenmore Police Beat

  The King County Sheriff's Office launched a sting operation on Saturday night citing five Kenmore merchants with selling liquor to a minors.

HungerBusters strike again

 Over 50 youths from churches in the Snoqualmie Valley and Woodinville will be collecting non-perishable food items in the Duvall-Carnation area on Saturday, Oct. 31 from 6-9 p.m.

Fatality on Bear Creek Road

  The car traveled across the oncoming lane, through one fence, across a large expanse of lawn, through another fence, across a private road and a cyclone fence before hitting two trees.

State Representative - First District

  Meet the State Representative - First District candidates.

State Senator - 45th District

  Meet the State Senator - 45th District candidates.

State Representative - 45th District

  Meet the State Representative - 45th District candidates.

State Representative - 44th District

  Meet the State Representative - 44th District candidates.

Sims unveils 1999 budget

  King County Executive Ron Sims proposed a 1999 budget that would add more police officers and open a new wing of the county jail, but raises property taxes and leads to cuts in a number of county departments.

Halloween Hauntings

  Area businesses invite youngsters to trick-or-treat. Get the details.

WHS Drama thanks contributors

  Glimpse the 100-family garage sale.

Deadline for absentee ballots

  In order to vote by absentee ballot in the Nov. 3 General Election, citizens must request an absentee ballot by Oct. 30 or pick it up in person by Nov. 2.

Walsh named to commission

  Wendy Walsh of Woodinville was one of seven new Rural Forest Commission members named by the Metropolitan King County Council.

Norwegian Language Classes

  The Bothell Sons of Norway Lodge will be offering Norwegian language classes to meet once or twice a week at the Bothell Lodge.

Lane Closure

  The Snohomish County Department of Public Works advises motorists in the Mill Creek area of the single lane closure to through traffic on Baldwin Road just off Pippin Road.