Northwest NEWS

May 10, 1999

Valley Special

Young dancers bring gentle steps to Valley

KaleidoscopeNever have I openly cried at a dance performance. Until now. After days of processing the Littleton violence, the April 25th performance by Kaleidoscope caught me by surprise.

Spaghetti feed and silent auction to benefit local student

benefitEighth grade language arts teacher Ellen James will host a spaghetti feed and silent auction on Wednesday, May 26 to benefit a Tolt student who has a chronic, incurable illness called Crohn's disease.

The Herbfarm Restaurant to reopen

The HerbfarmThe Herbfarm Restaurant will reopen in Issaquah on Memorial Day weekend. Two years after a fire destroyed the well-known restaurant, it will again be serving the nine-course dinners that brought it fame.

Community Network Board to meet May 18

Community NetworkThe Snoqualmie Valley Community Network will meet Tuesday, May 18, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Chief Kanim Middle School in Fall City. The meeting is open to the public.

Around the Valley

Around the Valley

Duvall Police Log

Duvall Police Log