Northwest NEWS

September 18, 2000

Features

City engineers advise Kenmore City Council on 68th Avenue NE improvements

City engineers advise Kenmore City Council on 68th Avenue NE improvementsKENMORE­More than 75 people attended a standing room only session of the Sept. 11 Kenmore City Council meeting to hear the recommendations.
  

Honesty is alive and well in Woodinville

Honesty is alive and well in WoodinvilleA wallet was found at a Woodinville café containing $500 and only a Sammamish Grange membership card.
  

Sammamish ReLeaf and Creek Meet, fun fall events help wild salmon

Sammamish ReLeaf and Creek Meet, fun fall events help wild salmonTake a walk along the trail which leads from Wilmot Gateway Park and heads toward Bothell. Just past the trestle, and beyond the area where the Sammamish River and Little Bear Creek converge, is a smooth dirt clearing along the river banks.
  

Blockbuster arrests in Bothell

Blockbuster arrests in Bothell

On Sept. 11, at approximately 10:30 p.m., four men were observed running out the emergency exit of a Blockbuster video store in Bothell with a large collection of DVD videos.

  

New children's book is a feast for the senses, imagination

New children's book is a feast for the senses, imagination

"The Sleep Ponies," a beautifully illustrated new children's book, is a labor of love for Woodinville author/illustrator Gudrun Ongman.

  

New dragon joins Dragons of Komodo

New dragon joins Dragons of Komodo

Since its May opening, the Dragons of Komodo exhibit continues to offer zoo-goers a glimpse into the world of the largest lizard species that exists.

  

National Merit Scholarship Foundation names 18 Northshore students as semifinalists

National Merit Scholarship Foundation names 18 Northshore students as semifinalists

The National Merit Scholarship Foundation has designated eighteen Northshore seniors as National Merit Semifinalists, the largest number ever in Northshore's history.