Northwest NEWS

September 27, 1999

Local News

Missing man's body found

George BrienA fisherman and his son found the body of 73-year-old George Brien washed up on Douglas Bar in the Snohomish River, near the city of Snohomish.

Woodinville post office offers apology

new postal equipmentPostmaster Tom Cordova thanks Woodinville citizens for their patience this week, while postal clerks get used to their new computerized accounting system.

Woodinville senior program grows

senior programAbout 30 members of the Woodinville Senior Program held a question and answer session with Mayor Don Brocha and City Councilmember Barbara Solberg and strengthened ties to the Northshore Senior Center.

City staffers bowl against family violence

Bowl-A-ThonEleven bowlers representing the City of Woodinville raised nearly $1,000 in pledges in the Eastside Domestic Violence Program's (EDVP) sixth annual "Strike Out Family Violence" Bowl-A-Thon.

Facelift planned for SR-522 in Bothell

road improvementsThe Bothell City Council voted to conduct additional studies on one-half of the issues involved in the proposed SR-522 Multimodal Corridor Project (MCP) improvements.

I-695 support fading, in latest Elway Poll

I-695Voter support for Initiative 695 dropped from 59 percent to 52 percent in the last month, according to a Sept. 20 release by the Elway Poll.

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