Northwest NEWS

January 11, 1999

Local News

Lobbying for capital projects starts early

capital projectsEven before city staff begin prioritizing road and park projects for 1999, they're being lobbied by business owners and citizens on where new traffic lights should be installed and crosswalks painted.

Lake Leota house burns for a worthy cause

fire trainingA home near Lake Leota was put to the match by the Woodinville Fire & Life Safety District last Thursday as part of training exercises for new and veteran firemen.

Victim dedications, memorial sign nominations

Small Grants ProgramThe Snohomish County DUI Task Force are now accepting nominations for Victim Dedications during DUI Emphasis Patrols.

New wheels for NFD

command vehicleCaptain Douglas Knight of the Northshore Fire Department shows off the department's new Chevy Suburban command vehicle.

Obituary: Mary Evelyn Williams

obituaryMary E. Williams, 85, of Woodinville, passed away Janaury 2, 1999 in Kirkland.



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