Northwest NEWS

November 13, 2000

Local News

Work on NE 175th St. and 140th Ave. NE intersection begins

6WOODINVILLE - As part of a long-term restoration project for the intersection of NE 175th Street and 140th Avenue NE, the City Council awarded contracts to Gibson Mechanical Inc.

Northshore incumbents return to Olympia

*Election results.

Local gymnast returns from Chile with gold

*Fifteen-year-old Brittany Billmaier has been a gymnast since she was six.

Local gymnast performs with Olympic medalists

6Local gymnast, Brooke Christianson, performed a beam routine at the Key Arena's showing of TJ Maxx Tour of the World Gymnastics Champions on Oct. 21.

Local girl on her way to national pageant

6 Tiffany Tagg, 11-year-old daughter of Shallon and Jay Tagg of Clearview, is on her way to Walt Disney World, Florida, to compete in the American Coed Pageant Nov. 19-26.


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Northshore Senior Activities

School recipient of Scout projectThanksgiving Feast, Nov. 23, Northshore Senior Center.

Power wheelchairs available

*Miracle on Wheels makes available power (electric) wheelchairs to non-ambulatory senior citizens (65 years old and up) usually at no out-of-pocket expense if they qualify. No deposit is required.

Mountain pass highway reports begin

School recipient of Scout projectMotorists preparing to drive across Washington's mountain pass highways this winter now have access to road and weather reports.