Northwest NEWS

November 22, 1999

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CHS Volleyball takes 8th in State

CHS VolleyballCedarcrest High School has reason to celebrate after a successful volleyball season ending with a journey to the state tournament held at St. Martin's College in Lacey.

Accident leaves single dad injured and jobless

injured and joblessCraig Stephens, 36, was working in his garage last March and tried to pull a chain out from under a heavy motor. The motor fell, crushing his hand. Since then, the Duvall-area resident has undergone four operations.

Washington trout store will open November 26

Washington TroutWashington Trout, a non-profit wild salmon conservation organization, will celebrate the Grand Opening of its newly-renovated offices and Washington Trout Store in downtown Duvall on Friday, Nov. 26.

City block evacuated after suspicious device in pickup proves to be a bomb

bomb defusedThe block around Duvall City Hall was evacuated for part of the afternoon of November 15 after a man asked police to look at what he thought was a bomb in his pickup truck.

I-695 won't affect Novelty Bridge replacement

Novelty BridgeThe passage of I-695 will not delay the replacement of Novelty Bridge, according to Duvall City Administrator Jim Bourasa.