Northwest NEWS

March 12, 2001



City examines energy use.

*WOODINVILLE - The western United States is experiencing serious energy supply and price problems.


*In the article of Feb. 26 about the movement to buy the old Magnolia Dairy.

Mr. Yuk marks 30 years.

*He's green and he's unhappy, but not because he's turning 30. For Mr. Yuk, it's his duty to look that way.


*When Connie Blumen, Program manager for Daniels Creek Park came to the Upper Bear Creek UAC meeting on Feb. 27 she had to deal with the fact that the Park is improperly named.

Time for consumers to buy agricultural shares is now

* Puget Sound Fresh, the region's organization to help consumers identify and purchase locally grown produce, reports that now is the time to locate and order from a local CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) to share in this year's crops.

TEST DRIVE Saturn SC2 Coupe.

*The Saturn SC2 is a sporty, four passenger, three door coupe. My test model was a blue metallic with grey leather.

Chateau Ste. Michelle celebrates 25 years

*Twenty five years ago this year Chateau Ste. Michelle opened its doors in Woodinville.

Herb Farm Chef Jerry Traunfeld speaks to Woodinville Garden Club.

*Jerry Traunfeld, executive chef of the Herb Farm since 1990, spoke at the annual luncheon of the Woodinville Garden Club on Wednesday, March 7, held at Bear Creek Country Club.

Vision + Action = New church home

*This isn't a story about a struggle between salmon and souls. It's not the story of an imposed moratorium on the building of new public and private schools and churches in rural areas.

Youth Art Show debuts at Celebrate Woodinville festivities

*The Youth Art Show will make its debut at the Woodinville Community Center from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and will have on hand a display of local area youth artwork.

'Silver Dreams Still Cruising' at Little Bit

*Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center of Woodinville will host its 16th annual Benefit Dinner Auction on Saturday, April 7, at the Hyatt Regency in Bellevue.