May 22, 2000
Woodinville's Gateway to be 'Pretty as a Picture'
|Artwork by Northshore students Amy Cattle and Cameron Rahman will be enlarged and placed on the train trestle in Woodinville. The two pieces depict the contest theme, "Keep Waterways Clean."|
More sadness at Canyon Park J.H.
|The mother of a popular ninth grader noticed that a handgun was missing from its storage place in her home. Later, she discovered her son tragically dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.|
Conner Development gives back to city
|William Conner of Conner Development is retiring, and in doing so, he passed his business on to his son, Charlie, and gave something to the City of Woodinville, as well: he decided to donate some land for a park.|
Northshore Junior High student shot by best friend
|In an apparent accident, a 13-year-old Northshore Junior High student, the son of a Redmond police officer, shot his best friend in the stomach last Friday.|
Stiffer policy for driving with suspended licenses
|"There's a definite problem statewide," said Chief Ken Wardstrom of the Woodinville Police Dept. "At any given time, over 260,000 people are driving with a suspended license in this state."|
In case of (a cooking) fire...
|On May 15, the Woodinville City Council approved Ordinance No. 263, which will require all businesses and schools to provide the new Portable Class K fire extinguisher within three months after its adoption.|