Northwest NEWS

November 15, 1999

Front Page

Planetarium brings astronomy to life

planetariumWhen Inglemoor High School was built in 1965, school officials gave the nod for a planetarium to be created. Today, Inglemoor's planetarium is still operating and in use by students in astronomy classes.

'Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star'

planetariumHigh school students keep getting younger. At least that was true recently, when a troop of four- and five-year-olds poured onto the campus of Inglemoor High School.

Council compromises with Sims on Northshore sewer plans

Northshore sewer plansKing County Executive Ron Sims lauded County Council Chair Louise Miller for working with him to arrive at "a plan that addresses everyone's concerns," concerning sewage treatment needs of northeast King County.

New name for Multi-Service Centers

HopelinkA new name and logo for the Multi-Service Centers of North and East King County (MSC) was announced at last week's annual Reaching Out Luncheon.