Northwest NEWS

May 3, 1999

Local News

Threats close school

bomb threatsApparent "prankster(s)," flirting with 10 years in prison and $250,000 in fines for each bomb threat sent through the U.S. Mail, caused the shutdown of Inglemoor High School last Wednesday.

Natural gas fumes hit Timbercrest Junior High

gas fumesThe source of natural gas fumes that apparently sent five Timbercrest Junior High students to Evergreen Hospital with headaches and nausea April 15 has not been determined.

City ponders fireworks ban

fireworks banThe City Council will soon announce a decision on whether or not Woodinville will join most Eastside cities in a ban of all fireworks' sales within city limits.

City needs CIP input

Capital Improvement PlanThe city will hold a Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) open house for Woodinville residents on Monday, May 3, from 3-7 p.m. at Woodinville's City Hall.

Obituary: Robert (Bob) S. Thorne, Jr.

ObituaryRobert (Bob) S. Thorne, Jr., died at his home in Woodinville on April 29, 1999 at the age of 56.

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