Northwest NEWS

May 22, 2000

Local News

Woodinville's Gateway to be 'Pretty as a Picture'

student artworkArtwork 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.

teen suicideThe 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

park land donationWilliam 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

accidental shootingIn 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

suspended drivers 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...

fire suppressionOn 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.
  
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