Northwest NEWS

August 14, 2000

Local News

Bothell police use 'less lethal' force on knife-wielding woman

Bothell police use 'less lethal' force on knife-wielding womanBOTHELL‹ On Sunday, July 30, a 43-year-old Bothell woman armed with a butcher knife was taken into custody by police after being struck with a single bean bag round fired by an officer.
  

Motorcyclist dies after collision

Motorcyclist dies after collisionSean Eric Grimme, a 26- year-old Shoreline resident, died last week, when his motorcycle collided head on with a pickup truck.
  

New Bothell sign code 'Business Friendly'

New Bothell sign code 'Business FriendlyAfter a full month of serious carb, lard and sugar loading, I finally felt up to the task.
  

"Batty Over Bats!" at library

Woodinville Library, 17105 Avondale Rd. NE, will host a bat specialist from Bats Northwest who will present slides, puppets and stuffed specimens of that incredible flying mammal --the bat Monday, Aug. 21, from 7 to 8:45 p.m.
  

Water District looking for a home to retrofit

Water District looking for a home to retrofitWoodinville Water District, as part of the region's One Percent Conservation Program, is searching for one home within its service area to participate in a water conservation retrofit program.
  

King County to help you clean up

King County to help you clean upKing County residents can bring their old tires, car batteries, reusable household appliances and other hard-to-recycle items to a special recycling event on Saturday, August 19 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Inglemoor High School in Kenmore.
  

Havdala service planned for Aug. 26

Havdala service planned for Aug. 26Congregation Kol Ami is holding a Havdala service and potluck dinner in Woodinville on Saturday, August 26 at 6:30 p.m..