Northwest NEWS

November 6, 2000

Features

Kenmore receives parks grants

POLICE BEATKENMORE - The City of Kenmore has been notified that it is likely to receive two grants from the State Interagency Committee (IAC) for Outdoor Recreation totaling over $290,000r.
  

License your car and pet at same time

Grow operation discovered in Canyon Park homeDogs and cats can now be licensed at the same time owners are licensing their cars at Woodinville License Agency.
  

A dream come true for two Woodinville teens

Internet winner values making a differenceMost kids take riding a bike for granted. It's a skill they learn at a young age and then never give it much thought after mastering the necessary mechanics.
  

Applications available for King County Cultural Facilities Program

POLICE BEATApplications and guidelines for the 2001 King County Arts Commission Cultural Facilities Program are now available from the King County Office of Cultural Resources.
  

WHS senior shows heart of gold with random act of kindness

Grow operation discovered in Canyon Park homeWoodinville High School senior Laith Frites has not had it easy these past two years
  

Upcoming Parks & Rec. Programs

Internet winner values making a differenceWOODINVILLE - Teen Swing at Sorenson: Swing dance for teens with one hour of instruction followed by two hours of open swing Nov 17, from 7-10 p.m., Sorenson Gym. Cost is $5.
  

Church plans benefit auction

Internet winner values making a differenceCottage Lake Presbyterian Church, 18350 NE Woodinville-Duvall Place, will hold a benefit auction, Saturday, Nov. 11.