Northwest NEWS

November 16, 1998

Local News

News Briefs

  Be careful, less daylight translates to more ped-car accidents.

Minor flooding hits lower valley

  Snoqualmie River crested at 56 feet, or two feet over flood stage, at Carnation Saturday afternoon.

Fund will pay for girl's burial

  A fund has been created to help pay the burial expenses for Lisa Nicole Todd, 7, of Monroe who was killed when she was struck by a pickup.

City seeks comment on park art

 They may look like play things spilled from some giant's toy chest, but they could be the beginning of art in Woodinville's parks and streets.

Police Beat

  A Sony CD player and 14 assorted CDs were stolen out of a 1997 Ford Escort in the Target parking lot. The victim had been away from her car for 10 minutes when she came back, discovered an unlocked door and the missing items.

Willows Lodge proposed on NE 145th

  Willows Lodge, a proposed hotel, restaurant and winery complex, is slated for completion in April of 2000 pending permit approval by the City of Woodinville.

Donated toys help police comfort kids

  Thanks to the Sammamish Valley Grange, Woodinville police officers once again have a battalion of stuffed bears, bunnies and kitty cats ready to hand out to children involved in accidents or who are victims of crimes.


  Merton James Jorve


  John Alexander Kemp, III, M.D.

Bible study

  Bible Study Outreach is a non-denominational Bible study that meets every Tuesday at the Woodinville Community United Methodist Church.

Call for crafters

  Crafters are need for a holiday bazaar to be held Nov. 21. Get the details.