Northwest NEWS

November 13, 2000

Features

Notice of special meeting and Council meeting time change

POLICE BEATWOODINVILLE -The Woodinville City Council will conduct a special joint meeting with members of the Parks & Recreation Commission and Plannning Commission to discuss proposed improvements to 177th St.
  

Sims honors Bothell Kenmore retailers

Grow operation discovered in Canyon Park homeKing County Executive Ron Sims honored 15 Bothell and Kenmore retailers for outstanding achievement in refusing to sell tobacco to minors over the past five years at a reception Wednesday, Nov. 15.
  

Woodinville Lumber recognized

Internet winner values making a differenceWoodinville Lumber was named Bank Of America Champion at the Oct. 29 Seattle Seahawks vs. Kansas City Chiefs NFL game.
  

Eagle Scoutonored

POLICE BEATDaniel Patrick, 17, of Woodinville, was recently honored for his participation in a salmon restoration project in Marymoor Park along the Sammamish River.
  

Allen - Palmquist

Grow operation discovered in Canyon Park homeCheryl Allen and Matthew Palmquist were married in a private ceremony with family on Nov. 13, 1999 at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Puyallup.
  

Adams - Dobkins

Internet winner values making a differencePaula Adams of Kirkland and Doug Dobkins of Kent were married Sept. 30 at the Museum of Flight.
  

Skimpy county budget cuts Extension programs

Internet winner values making a differenceFunding for King County Cooperative Extension, which runs such programs as 4-H and Master Gardeners, is proposed to be cut 40 percent in the King County Executive's 2001 budget.
  

Sammamish Grange hosts first Halloween party

Internet winner values making a differenceOn Halloween night, Sammamish Valley Grange hosted their first Halloween party.
  

Community Calendar

Internet winner values making a differenceWoodinville Historical Society, Nov. 16, 7:30pm, Towne Bank: 483-8270.