Northwest NEWS

September 11, 2000

Features

POLICE BEAT

POLICE BEATAugust 30: Police investigated threats by phone made to a nineteen-year old male.
  

Bothell Man arrested as he attempts to flee with infant

Bothell Man arrested as he attempts to flee with infantBOTHELL -- On Tuesday, August 5, at approximately 2:15 p.m., a 32-year-old Bothell man was taken into custody by police for physically assaulting his girlfriend and threatening to harm their infant son.
  

Teens arrested in home break-in

Teens arrested in home break-inBOTHELL-- On Wednesday, Sept. 6, at approximtely 10:13 a.m. two Bothell teens were arrested by officers for residential burglary as they attempted to flee, on foot, out the back of a Canyon Park home.
  

Woodinville Parks and Recreation listens to teens

Woodinville Parks and Recreation listens to teens

Teenagers may sometimes feel that adults aren't listening to them.

  

Willows Lodge guests to experience the refined elegance of the Northwest

Willows Lodge guests to experience the refined elegance of the Northwest

Willows Lodge, an 88-room Northwest style boutique hotel, opened in Woodinville Sept. 12.

  

Evergreen hosts Body Mind & Spirit Symposium

Evergreen hosts Body Mind & Spirit Symposium

Evergreen Heathcare's third annual Body Mind & Spirit Symposium, scheduled for September 30th - October 1st at the Meydenbauer Center.

  

Race for the Cure

Race for the Cure

The seventh annual Komen Seattle Race for the Cure kicks off Sunday, Sept. 17 at SAFECO Field.

  

AT THE LIBRARY

AT THE LIBRARY

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Community Calendar

Woodinville Parks and Recreation listens to teens

Community Calendar.

  

Northshore Senior Activities

Northshore Senior Activities

Northshore Senior Center
   10201 E. Riverside Drive, Bothell .