Northwest NEWS

October 23, 2000

Business

POLICE BEAT

Organizing Your TimeOct. 12: A pushing/shoving argument involving two youth ensued after a trash talking incident on a bus ride home from school.
  

Volunteers needed to help habitat at Chinook Bend

Primary election results Nestlé Corporation has donated 56 acres of the former Carnation Farm that contains prime spawning beds for salmon and help is needed to plant native trees and shrubs to restore and improve habitat along the river.
   Santa Train tickets.
  

Eagle watchers wanted

Primary election resultsNorth Cascades Institute is seeking volunteers for their annual Eagle Watchers program, which begins in November with eagle experts training adult volunteers to answer questions and provide free information to people who come to the Upper Skagit Valley to watch bald eagles during December.
  

Upper Bear Creek Council holds annual meeting

Organizing Your TimeCelebrating their second year of service, the Upper Bear Creek Community Council will hold their annual meeting Oct. 24 at 7:30 p.m. at the Woodinville Water District building.
  

Televised debate between candidates for senator set for Oct. 31

Primary election resultsWashington Senate candidates, Maria Cantwell and Slade Gorton, will face off in "The Seattle Times and King 5 News Senatorial Debate," to be aired Monday.
   Santa Train tickets.
  

Bothell Parks & Rec classes

Primary election resultsThe following classes are offered by the City of Bothell Parks & Recreation Department. Registration is required, call (425) 486-7430 for more information.
  

King County Computer Recovery project diverts 30 tons of waste from landfills

Primary election resultsSince the launch of King County Solid Waste Division's Computer Recover Project in July 2000, over 2,000 old or broken computer monitors and thousands of other computer components have been collected for reuse and recycling.