Northwest NEWS

February 5, 2001

Local News

Gifted young pianist leaves audience elated

*For one spectacular evening, Chinese-born pianist Lang Lang performed works by Handel, Brahms, Scriabin, Tchaikovsky and Balakirev at Meany Theater on the University of Washington campus.
  

O'Sullivan's peace poster wins

*The Lions Club sponsors an International Peace Poster Contest for students ages 11-13 from all over the world. This year Kelsey O'Sullivan, a sixth grader, was winner of the local contest sponsored by the Bothell Lions Club at Cedar Park Christian School.
  

County proposes widening of Novelty Hill Rd.

*Taxpayers may have to pay the majority of the $43 million cost of widening NE Novelty Hill Road, with the remainder coming from mitigation fees, King County Road Services Division officials said at a Jan. 23 open house on the proposal.
  

Eric Adman named Commuter of the Year

*Eric Adman, a senior firefighter for the City of Bothell Fire and E.M.S., was awarded the Community Transit "Commuter of the Year" award this year.