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February 2, 1998

Local News

Soccer fields challenged

  An Auburn-based preservationist group is challenging a plan to develop soccer fields in the Sammamish River valley near Woodinville.

Candidate forum won't be televised

  There wasn't any time to put it on or advertise the event.

Owners still search for Annie, lost shepherd

  "I'd shout it from the highest mountain if I found her," Kim Estrada says of Annie, her and husband Jim's 13-month-old shepherd.

Police beat

police  Among other local crimes, were the unknown suspects who broke into a split-level house in the 12500 block of N.E. 168th Court and stole $8,650 in computer, television and stereo equipment and jewelry January 27. A suspect accidentally recorded himself muttering an expletive on the victim's answering machine.

Barber hopes to avert crime with alarm

  Dave Brown, who runs Dave's Barber Styling and Tanning at Cottage Lake, said $2,300 in damage occurred in the November incident, including broken mirrors, cut phone and television cords, and paint poured all over a tanning bed. Two pairs of clippers and a sign reading "Dave's Family Hair Care" were stolen as well.

Malone sentenced

  Last week, Marty Malone, 44, was sentenced to jail for the next third of her life for her part in the murder of her ex-husband, Steven Ver Woert last February. Malone got over 23 years in prison.

Voorhies charged in New Years Day killing

  The culmination of two men's love for a woman, and fear of one another, resulted in the death of one and the other being charged with second-degree murder in Snohomish County Superior Court.

Trombley sentenced to 21 months

  His arrest, was part of an extensive drug investigation in the Duvall area by local police and the Eastside Narcotics Task Force. One of those arrested, former Duvall City Councilmember Ernie Zumwalt, who was recently found guilty of selling and possession of cocaine, at one time allegedly called Trombley "one of the largest cocaine dealers in the Duvall Valley."

Families needed for project.

  The University of Washington Family and Friends Project is looking for two-parent families with a 12 to 15 year old child.


  Dean A. Worcester, Jr.

New firefighter welcomed

  Woodinville Fire & Life Safety District has announced the appointment of Jeffrey Smith as Probationary Firefighter.

Youth of the Month for January

  The Kiwanis Club of Northshore has selected Rebekka Sjoquist as Youth of the Month for January, 1998. Sjoquist, the daughter of Denis and Lorrie Sjoquist of Bothell, is a senior at Bothell High School.

Annual report lists contributions from area auxiliary

  The Cottage Lake Auxiliary for Children's Hospital, recently received the annual report detailing the auxiliary's contributions to the hospital, which shows the amount given to the hospital last year to be $7,556.

Northshore saves taxpayers $1 million

  Northshore School District refinanced $19.2 million of the district's 1994 bonds resulting in a savings to taxpayers of approximately $1 million.

Learn how to trace your family history

  This class will teach research methods and skills that have helped thousands learn about their roots. Class topics include material on where to look for information about your family, collecting, documenting and organizing material.

First Aid/CPR training

  Students completing the class will receive course completion cards satisfying the Labor and Industries requirements for First Aid/CPR certification.

Northshore residents named community advisors for Evergreen

  Margaret Templin of Woodinville and Marilyn Melcher and Virgil Snyder of Bothell, are among the five new advisors appointed to Evergreen Community Health Care's 30-member Community Advisor Program.

Lane closure extended

  Bothell motorists are advised of a single lane closure on Bing Road between 198th Place SW to the end and Locust Way between Filbert Road and 15th Avenue West.