Northwest NEWS

October 18, 1999

Front Page

Sharp challenges Osterday for council seat

candidatesJoan Sharp, former Sno-Valley Children's Services executive director, filed last week as a write-in candidate against Mary Osterday for City Council Position No. 3.

WNBA coach Lin Dunn ignites Carnation Chamber

Lin DunnCoach Lin Dunn energized the Carnation Chamber of Commerce with her southern style and charisma to promote the Seattle WNBA team at last week's meeting.

Monroe man wins Washington Trout raffle

raffleOn September 22, Washington Trout awarded John Bidwell of Monroe first prize in its 1999 fundraising raffle: a 14-foot, handcrafted mahogany canoe.

Police staffing hinges on levy

police levyCity officials here say if the $102,000 police levy fails in November as it did in the primary, staffing cuts will be sure to follow.