Northwest NEWS

April 26, 1999

Valley Special

Guilty plea in string of arson fires

guilty pleaA Duvall man charged with a string of arson fires, burglaries, and car thefts last October pleaded guilty to the crimes last week in King County Superior Court.

Rash of car prowling incidents in Carnation

car prowlsPolice here say they suspect juveniles for a recent rash of car prowls in the city.

Duvall Arts Commission looking for teachers

teachers wantedA search is on for teachers in the arts field in Duvall. Artists who teach, or who are available to teach classes or workshops in visual or performing arts, are invited to register with the Duvall Arts Commission.

Art show opening at Gardens and SunSpaces

art showTransformation, the first in Gardens and SunSpaces Gallery 1999 "Cusp of Dream and Memory" series of art shows, will open May 1 and 2, and will feature photo-based collograph prints created by Lisa Sheets and Mark C. Petri.

Local dairy ambassador addresses House of Representatives

dairy princessJulie Haakenson, 20, the current Washington State Dairy Princess, spoke recently before the House about the importance of the dairy industry to the state of Washington.

Nominations sought for outstanding community volunteers

volunteersThe Snoqualmie Valley Community Network is seeking nominations from the community for outstanding volunteers, to be honored at its third annual Rise and Shine Breakfast in May.

Around the Valley

Around the Valley