Northwest NEWS

April 24, 2000

Local News

Bothell teacher confesses to charges

guilty pleaRichard "Dick" Lewis, former Bothell High teacher arrested on Jan. 26 for growing pot in his house, pleaded guilty to charges of growing marijuana with intent to sell and of laundering the profits.

Two new Tree Board members

Tree BoardBarbara Stanfield and Bret Wilson were appointed new members to the Tree Board, at the City Council's April 10 meeting. They fill positions vacated by Karen Steeb and Jim Erickson, whose terms lapsed on Jan. 31.

Inslee proposes loan forgiveness for teachers

loan forgivenessU.S. Congressman Jay Inslee is proposing a "Teachers for Tomorrow" bill, offering forgiveness of loans for young people who want to become teachers.

133rd Ave. widening begins

133rd Ave. wideningThe first phase of widening 133rd Ave. NE will begin the week of April 24 and last 1-2 days, according to Woodinville Public Works Director Mick Monken.

Obituary: Edward Sinnema

Police Beat

Police Beat