Northwest NEWS

October 2, 2000

Features

Success in Bear Creek

POLICE BEATRecently, the P-I printed a front page article by William Ruckleshaus regarding salmon recovery funding. Bear Creek was cited as an example of an urban stream which still supports salmon: "Bear Creek.
  

Hotline to help ensure safety in schools

Grow operation discovered in Canyon Park homeNorthshore students, staff, families and community members now have access to an anonymous hotline system to report suspicious behavior, as well as possible or actual criminal activities.
  

The City of Bothell

Internet winner values making a difference BOTHELL - The City of Bothell has received an Investment Policy Certification Award from the Municipal Treasurers' Association in Washington, D.C.
  

POLICE BEAT

POLICE BEATSeptember 14: Gas was not supposed to be free at a Woodinville gas station, but a male suspect filled his tank and left without paying.
  

Volunteer teen spirit

Grow operation discovered in Canyon Park homeIt looks like it could be a forest for Munchkins. Stored en masse, little trees, about a foot high, poke out of one gallon plastic pots.
  

New ice skating programs at the Kingsgate Ice Arena

Internet winner values making a differenceWoodinville Parks & Recreation has recently established a cooperative agreement with the Sno-King Hockey Association to open up ice time to the public for skating classes, family skating sessions, and special events for the public.
  

The salmon are back

POLICE BEATThis year, Bear Creek Basin streams are full of returning sockeye, which spawned originally 4-5 years ago in the same streams.
  

'Weir' haunts with ghostly Irish lore

Grow operation discovered in Canyon Park home"The Weir," Conor McPherson's much-lauded Olivier Award-winning play, is currently on stage at Intiman Theatre.
  

New store manager for Barnes & Noble

Internet winner values making a differenceBob Chastain has been promoted to the position of Store Manager for the Woodinville Barnes & Noble.