Northwest NEWS

August 30, 1999

Local News

The City of Kenmore celebrates its first birthday

Kenmore's first birthdayKenmore celebrated its first birthday with a parade and party.

Bothell High grad appears on 'America's Most Wanted'

suspect arrestedBothell native Dirk Van Velzen, 27, was arrested by Santa Barbara County detectives on Monday, Aug. 23 after local viewers saw him featured on the television show America's Most Wanted.

Retiring 7-Eleven owners get keys to city

Retiring 7-Eleven ownersA crowd of some 30 well-wishers gathered outside Woodinville's 7-Eleven store to give retiring owners Otto and Mary Ellen Beach a warm sendoff at 11 a.m., Sunday, Aug. 22.

Jessup withdraws from City Council race

Jessup withdrawsFormer Woodinville Councilmember Mark Jessup withdrew his candidacy for the Council's Position No. 4, on Tuesday, Aug. 24.

Streambed relocated along NE 124th

streambed relocatedKing County is renovating a stream that currently runs through underground pipes under SR-202 (Woodinville-Redmond Rd.) and parallel to NE 124th, north of Redmond.

Municipal League rates candidates

candidates ratedThe Municipal League of King County released results of their interviews with all King County candidates last Wednesday, Aug. 25.

Snohomish County schedules summer road resurfacing

road resurfacingSnohomish County's Public Works Department is resurfacing over 100 miles of roads this summer.



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