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January 12, 1998

Local News

Now boarding for Stevens Pass from Woodinville

  Get out of Dullsville and hit the slopes for a day of skiing, snowboarding or cross-country skiing. The City of Woodinville is arranging for a ski bus to take local outdoor enthusiasts to Stevens Pass on Tuesdays this winter.

Bothell man charged with slaying neighbor

  William Voorhies of Bothell was charged with second-degree murder in the shooting death of a neighbor eight minutes into the New Year last week.

Local restaurateur, national chain settle on name flap

  A tussle over a name has been settled between the owners of Bothell's Canyons Restaurant and the Dallas-based Canyon Cafe.

Icy road spins car into ditch

  A VW Bug hit a patch of ice on N.E. 172nd St, spun across a lane of traffic, snapped a telephone pole in half and came to a rest upside down and backwards in a creekbed.

Police beat

police  Police write "The residence at the very least is a hazardous and unsanitary environment and possibly a death trap awaiting to claim the lives of three small children as its victims."

Car crashes into Trib 90 ditch

  A Nissan Sentra driven by a Woodinville High School student was hit by a Chevy Astro van and shoved into a creekbed near the Hollywood Hill Schoolhouse January 5.

Schools' collections made holidays happier for Northshore families

  See what our children have been doing for the good of our community.

Cable-TV discount for low-income seniors and the disabled

  This 30% discount makes cable-TV service more affordable for those who can least afford it.

Inglemoor student to attend leadership conference

  Ben Krahenbuhl, an Inglemoor High senior, has been selected to attend the National Young Leaders Conference, a unique leadership development program for high school students who have demonstrated leadership and scholastic merit.

Celebrate Poetry!

  Friends of the Redmond Library are sponsoring a poetry contest for all ages.


  See who is being honored in our community.


  Susan Ann Holmberg (Nelson)