Northwest NEWS

November 15, 1999

Front Page

Local agencies ask public's help in restoring salmon habitat

salmon habitatHelping to save salmon habitat can be as simple as where you wash your car. Fish experts say small efforts by residents will make a big difference in whether or not salmon will continue to be a part of our lives.

Deluge of muddy water soaks Duvall businesses

Main Street floodingThree years ago, it was water coming down from the ceiling that forced Don and Jill Lawrence to relocate their antique store. Last week, it was "same song, second verse," as a deluge of rainwater surged into the back of their store.

Carnation man charged with assaulting woman

assault chargesKing County prosecutors have filed second-degree assault charges against a Carnation man who police say attacked a woman in a restaurant restroom at Redmond Town Center on Nov. 2.

Phase 2 flood alerts on Tolt, Snoqualmie

flood alertsKing County Water and Land Resource Division issued Phase 2 flood alerts for both the Tolt and Snoqualmie Rivers last Friday after several days of heavy rain caused rivers to rise in Western Washington.

'The Nutcracker and the Mouse King' at CHS

CHS dramaThe Cedarcrest drama department's production of The Nutcracker and the Mouse King is scheduled for Nov. 17th, 18th, and 19th.