Northwest NEWS

January 1, 2001

Front Page

Indie TV Productions offers innovative concepts

*With the fast-paced world of technology leading consumers deep into the Internet for news, shopping and entertainment, several Woodinville and Duvall residents have started a company that uses "Web streaming" (a more efficient delivery of audio and visual information over the Internet) designed to benefit the business market.

Citizen input needed on Duvall clinic

*DUVALL­Evergreen Healthcare is soliciting citizen input for the planning of the new medical clinic that will be built here. Two public meetings are set for Wednesday, Jan. 10, 3-5 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. in the downtown fire station at First and Stella.

Recycle your tree

*Christmas Tree-Cycling for the Duvall and Carnation areas will be Saturday, Jan. 6. Local Scouts have delivered flyers in the neighborhoods where they will collect trees as a fund-raiser.They will start collecting trees at 9 a.m. and would appreciate a donation of $5 or more.

Awilda Verdejo performs an evening of love songs

*DUVALL ­ Lovers, young and old, are invited to a special Valentine's celebration as soprano Awilda Verdejo peforms "Amor," a concert of love songs from around the world, including Cuba, France, Germany, Italy and the United States.