Northwest NEWS

October 9, 2000

Features

Bothell completes most of sewer main replacement

POLICE BEATBOTHELL - In an effort to provide the highest quality sewer system, the City of Bothell completed a major portion of its latest sewer main replacement project.
  

Duvall family settles with Disneyland

Grow operation discovered in Canyon Park homeAn undisclosed financial settlement has been reached with the family of a Duvall man killed in an accident at Disneyland in 1998, according to an Associated Press report published in last Friday's Seattle P-I.
  

New synagogue welcomes Jewish Eastsiders

Internet winner values making a differenceCongregation Kol Ami is Washington State's newest Reform Jewish synagogue.
  

City of Bothell names new directors

POLICE BEATBothell has announced the hiring of Dave Zabell as Public Works Director. He has had more than 20 years of experience in municipal government with the City of Marysville where he was responsible for planning, coordinating.
  

Blessing of the animals

Grow operation discovered in Canyon Park homeRev. Peter Snow blessed one of the rabbits brought to the Episcopal Church of the Holy Cross on St. Francis' Day.
  

Shooting occurs in Denny's parking lot

Internet winner values making a differenceBOTHELL - On Monday, Oct. 2, at approximately 9:20 p.m., two detectives from Shoreline Police Department attempted to apprehend a 27-year-old Seattle man as he sat behind the wheel of a stolen car.
  

Lee G. Davis

POLICE BEATServices were held Oct. 7 for Lee G. Davis, 49, who died Oct. 2 at Overlake Hospital in Bellevue of respiratory failure.