Northwest NEWS

November 20, 2000

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Multi-Age students plant trees for salmon

*CARNATION - Clad in bright yellow parkas, children from Eagle Rock Multi-Age School (formerly Riverview Multi-Age School) planted trees in the Snoqualmie watershed last week as part of Nestlé National Adopt-A-School Day.
  

Safeway plans Dec. 13 opening

*DUVALL - The new Safeway store here is scheduled to open Dec. 13, according to manager Joel Calvert.
  

Community creates Tolt Town Commons

*Carnation residents labor in an effort to turn the vacant lot across from City Hall into a showplace town centerpiece.
  

Carnation passes weapons ordinance

*CARNATION - Just three months after a resident told the City Council that his teenage son was able to purchase a crossbow at a local variety store, the council approved an ordinance that not only prohibits selling such items to minors, but addresses other types of weapons as well.
  

Carnation passes weapons ordinance

*As of late last week, the Riverview School District bond proposal for sports fields at Cedarcrest High School was failing to achieve the 60 percent supermajority needed to pass.