Northwest NEWS

May 17, 1999

Local News

Duvall Tavern closed: a chapter in Duvall's history ends

Duvall TavernThe Duvall Tavern closed on Friday night, May 7, after Linda Newkirk, its owner and operator for the past 22 years, died. The future, whether it will reopen or not, is uncertain.

Residents give Sheriff's Department high marks

Sheriff's DepartmentWoodinville citizens give the King County Sheriff's Department high marks, compared to most of unincorporated King County and cities that contract with the department.

ARCH receives award; Woodinville's plans move forward

ARCH awardThe American Planning Association's (APA) 1999 HUD Secretary's Opportunity and Empowerment Award was delivered to the City Council by City Manager Pete Rose, at the May 3 City Council meeting.

Liquid Fast named top band in area

Battle of the BandsPerforming before a large and enthusiastic audience last Friday night, six area bands battled for the right to call themselves the best teen band in Woodinville. Coming out on top was Liquid Fast.

Traffic advisory for 140th

road workThe King County Road Services Division will close a three-block stretch of 140th Avenue Northeast just north of Northeast 124th Street from 7 p.m., Friday, May 21st through 6 p.m., Sunday, May 23rd.

Construction begins on Tolt Pipeline bridge

Tolt Pipeline bridgeKing County will begin construction this week on a new pedestrian bridge aimed at improving safety for users of the King County Park System's Tolt Pipeline Trail.





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