Northwest NEWS

March 6, 2000

Local News

BHS teacher pleads innocent to marijuana charges

innocent pleaBothell High School teacher Richard Lewis pleaded innocent to charges filed on Feb. 2 for growing marijuana in his Bothell home.

Upper Bear Creek Council addresses horse trails

horse trailsEquestrians spoke their minds at the Upper Bear Creek Council meeting on Tuesday evening, Feb. 29.

County erects emergency radio tower

 emergency radio towersKing County is finishing work on the last link in its county-wide emergency services between Woodinville and Duvall. For the first time, it links all County police, fire, and medical service (911) agencies by a single communication system.

U.S. Census Bureau needs workers

U.S. CensusThe booming job market on the Eastside has the U.S. Census Bureau almost desperate for 600 to 1,500 adults looking for independent, part-time, or full-time work for $13.75 an hour.

Permit Department expands

Permit DepartmentThe City of Woodinville Permit Dept. is girding up for a busy year by hiring five new people, three for newly-created positions, according to Director Dean McKey.

Bike riders want a public park

proposed skate parkManny Navarro, of Woodinville Cycle, and City Council member Cindy Shelton will be present at a meeting to be held at 7 p.m. at City Hall to discuss the future of a proposed skate park in Woodinville.

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