Northwest NEWS

May 31, 1999

Local News

Alex Sidie Random Acts of Kindness Award winners honored

Sidie AwardA crowd of about 30 gathered last Tuesday, May 25, to honor the memory of Alex Sidie and to honor the seven Bothell residents whose exceptional acts of kindness embodied Sidie's spirit.

Trans-Lake Washington study committee seeks citizen input

planning commissionThe last of four public workshops will be held on Thursday, June 3, to ask the public what they think should be done to improve mobility across and around Lake Washington.

Legislators meet informally with Woodinville City Council

legislators visitState Sen. Rosemary McAuliffe and Rep. Jeanne Edwards from the 1st District, and 45th District Representatives Kathy Lambert and Laura Ruderman summarized major issues from this year's legislative session.

Kokanee teacher faces five more accusations

Kokanee teacherAt least five additional girls have come forward with allegations of sexual molestation against a 48-year-old male Kokanee Elementary School teacher.

Cigarette cause of Northshore fire

Northshore fireOn Sunday, May 23, Northshore Fire Department responded to the report of a structure fire in the Lakewood Villa Mobile Home Park located at 7031 NE 175th St.

Roadside weed control

weed controlThe King County Road Services Division is scheduled to begin its roadside weed control program in unincorporated areas of the county and in the cities of Kenmore and Woodinville beginning June 22.

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