Northwest NEWS

June 5, 2000

Local News

Billboard causes controversy

PETA billboardFrom a massive billboard on SR-522, a picture of a well-toned woman in a two-piece stars-and-stripes bikini grins down at passing cars while holding up a string of sausages.

Party Patrol strikes again

Party PatrolA warning to those seniors who party to celebrate graduation: the Party Patrol will find you.

Meet, greet, and save the salmon

save the salmonCity Councilmember Barbara Solberg has a natural interest in fish and their recovery. Growing up in Monroe, Washington, Solberg remembers the loggers in the area and how they loved to fish.

Kenmore approves LakePointe proposal

LakePointeOn May 26, the City of Kenmore held a press conference confirming the approval of the revised LakePointe proposal, a project developers have been planning since 1989.

Woodinville man arrested

man arrestedOn Monday, May 29, at approximately 8:02 p.m., a 31-year-old Woodinville man armed himself with a pitchfork and confronted police officers in front of his sister's home.

Obituary: Arthur Edward Kimball

Police Beat

Police Beat