Northwest NEWS

March 22, 1999

Local News

Quadruplets are born to Woodinville couple

quadrupletsWoodinville residents Nada Bakkar's and Maher Shebl's cup runneth over with joy. They are proud parents of a set of quadruplets born Dec. 22, 1998.

Open house to discuss Woodinville-Duvall Road improvements

road improvementsThe King County Road Services Division will hold an open house from 5:30-7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 7 at the Woodinville Library to familiarize residents with the latest plans to improve two intersections on Woodinville-Duvall Road.

National Marine Fisheries Service comes to aid of salmon

endangered speciesLast week's announcement that placed seven species of Washington wild salmon on either the threatened or endangered list came as no surpise to state lawmakers, local governments, environmentalists, or timber and building companies.

Grace celebrates St. Patrick's Day

Grace celebrationLast week, Grace, located unofficially at the north end of Woodinville, held its annual St. Patrick's Day gathering at a crowded Maltby Cafe.

Members needed for Kenmore planning commission

planning commissionAt its March 15 study session, the Kenmore City Council discussed implementing the city's comprehensive plan. To actively involve Kenmore residents, a planning commission will be established.

Soup's on for garden club

garden clubDuring the March 3 windstorm that cut power to areas in Northshore, the Woodinville Garden Club had planned to serve lunch to its 100 members, but it looked like cold soup until Darrel Coney stepped in.

Obituary: Helen L. Piersma

ObituaryDuvall resident Helen Piersma, 71, died Wednesday, March 17, at Evergreen Hospice in Kirkland.



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