Northwest NEWS

December 4, 2000

Local News

Woodinville Light Festival: present, past and future

*On Dec. 8 people will be in the dark at Wilmot Park. That is, until 6:30 p.m.
  

County Parks discusses Daniels Creek Park plan with community

*King County Parks Department voluntarily stopped work on the Daniels Creek Park construction project as a result of input from the Water Tenders.
  

Young Carnation woman bullish on improving her herd

*Lena Magnochi, whose family are longtime Carnation residents, wanted something few young women her age want: a bull.
  

Quigley selected for leadership program

*Tom Quigley, president of Olympic Nursery from Woodinville, has been selected to participate in a two-year agriculture and forestry leadership development program.
  

Betty Lynn Brown

* Betty Brown, 80, a retired Assembly of God minister, died in her sleep Nov. 6 in Ellijay, Ga.
  

Ruth Ardella Mattson Bidon

*Ruth Bidon, age 79, of Woodinville, died Nov. 23, following a long battle with cancer.
  

Local landscape contractor wins award

*Woodinville landscape contractor, LBL Landscape Group, Inc. won an award in Landscape Awards Program.
  

Tips for preparing your vehicle for winter driving

*Preparing your vehicle for the rigors of winter driving can eliminate the possibility of a preventable breakdown.