Northwest NEWS

April 3, 2000

Local News

'Celebrate Woodinville 2000'

Celebrate Woodinville 2000"Celebrate Woodinville 2000" was a successful celebration of thousands of people and hundreds of bassets, proving that a good time can be had by all, and that the sun does shine when necessary.

Police chase robbers in Woodinville

car chaseAfter a lengthy car chase around Woodinville last Thursday night, two men in a stolen truck full of stolen car accessories jumped out of the truck and eluded capture by several police units.

Bothell, Duvall give away gun locks

Ross RoadOn Thursday, March 30, eight King County cities launched Project Homesafe, the nation's most comprehensive firearms safety and gun lock giveaway program.

City of Woodinville seeks youthful art

youthful artThe City of Woodinville is looking for art contributions from local 4th, 5th, and 6th grade students to adorn the railroad trestle over the Sammamish River Trail, at the city's north gateway.

Bothell receives transportation grants

transportation grantsThe City of Bothell's Department of Public Improvements recently received State of Washington transportation improvement projects totaling $1.131 million.

Beardslee widening; Ross Road goes one-way

Ross RoadHoping to reduce danger on narrow Ross Road from an expected overload of cars trying to avoid Beardslee Boulevard construction, the City of Bothell will make Ross Road a one-way westbound road around May 1.

Kenmore Heritage Society plans April 5 meeting

Ross RoadThe next Kenmore Heritage Society (KHS) meeting will be on April 5th. The speaker will be Greg Munro, with a slide show presentation detailing the past and present of Kenmore Air.
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