Northwest NEWS

October 2, 2000

Local News

Woodinville business owner wins bodybuilding title

George W. Bush visits MonroeDuring the recent Olympics Games in Sidney, Australia, the removal of athletes and medals due to illegal drug use seemed on the rise.

DOL now requires Social Security numbers

Around the Clock Construction on the Tolt PipelineOn Oct. 1, the Washington State Department of Licensing began the mandatory collection of Social Security numbers (SSNs) from applicants for original, renewal and replacement driver licenses."

Kenmore City Council holds public hearing on SR522 TIP

School recipient of Scout projectA large crowd attended the public hearing on changes to Bothell Way from NE 58th to 73rd Monday, Sept. 25. Steve Lewis of Bucher, Willis & Ratliff, Kenmore's engineering firm, presented their recommendations on improvements for SR 522.

Crime prevention highlighted

George W. Bush visits MonroeWondering how to obtain the tools for crime prevention for you, your family and workplace? .

'Love, Sex and the I.R.S.'

Around the Clock Construction on the Tolt PipelineSet to open at Senior CenterTickets are now on sale for The Forever Young Players' fall production of "Love, Sex and the I.R.S.," a wild farce concerning two out-of-work musicians who are about to be audited by the I.R.S."

Church celebrates 35 years with songs, dinner

School recipient of Scout projectThe Cottage Lake Assembly of God will celebrate its 35th anniversary Oct. 15 at the location where the church was established 35 years ago by the Rev. Ed Anderson. .

Local author at Barnes & Noble

George W. Bush visits MonroeLocal author David Patneaude will be featured at a reception and booksigning at Woodinville Barnes & Noble Sunday, Oct. 8, from 1 to 3 p.m..

Register to vote by Oct. 7 to vote in general election

Around the Clock Construction on the Tolt PipelineResidents must register to vote by October 7 to be eligible to cast a ballot in the November general election."

Electronic filing for annual filers

School recipient of Scout project"Annual filers," those Washington businesses that pay their state taxes once a year, can now register to file their combined excise tax returns directly over the Internet.