Northwest NEWS

November 6, 2000

Local News

Council approves speed reduction on Juanita-Woodinville Way

6In a highly emotional council meeting Oct. 30, the Metropolitan King County Council unanimously adopted an ordinance lowering the speed limit to 35 miles per hour on Juanita-Woodinville Way from SR 405 to 100th St. NE in an attempt to reduce further pedestrian-automobile accidents.


*Oct. 25: Police arrived at the house of a woman whose car had been involved in a hit and run.

New officers for Upper Bear Creek Community Council

*Newly-elected officers for the Upper Bear Creek Community Council.

'Take it easy, Bothell!'

6 BOTHELL - The City of Bothell has identified neighborhood speeding as a major traffic problem and is ready to combat it with a new CityCouncil-adopted program called "Take It Easy, Bothell!".

Top Foods offers diabetes information

6 WOODINVILLE - Top Food & Drug in Woodinville has joined forces with the American Diabetes Association to help increase awareness about diabetes and the importance of early detection and treatment.

MacPherson's to hold food drive

*The Prudential MacPherson's Real Estate office in Woodinville (the red barn next to Dairy Queen) is sponsoring a food drive Nov. 11 and 18.

Roy Colbert

School recipient of Scout projectRoy was born near Tonasket July 11, 1920 to Elmer Leroy Clbert and Carlyn Umpsheid Colbert.