Northwest NEWS

November 16, 1998

Front Page

Little made public about Bothell city manager finalists

 There was little information about the candidates for Bothell city manager last week, but this much was known: all four finalists were men, they were either city managers or assistant city managers with significant experience in large organizations, and they were from Washington and other states.

Canyon Creek Chorus receives invitation

 The Canyon Creek Chorus has received a formal invitation to perform at the Northwest Music Educators Conference in Portland, Ore. in February.

Kenmore Heritage Society established

 President-elect Tom Traeger indicated that his goal will be to "keep the spirit of fun and adventure in the study of Kenmore's history and its preservation."

Kenmore City Council agenda

 Council member Elodie Morse disclosed that some citizens are attempting to start a group to sponsor an annual Kenmore Christmas tree lighting and provide holiday decorations for the city.

Convicted firefighter speaks out

 George Moorhead doesn't deny the fact that his actions caused the deaths of three men. But now, facing three to four years in prison, he questions what good incarcerating him would serve the community.