Northwest NEWS

April 2, 2001

Events

Man carries out one-half of deadly threat

*BOTHELL - On Tuesday morning, March 27, an elderly man called Seattle media threatening to kill three employees at Allstate Insurance Co. in Bothell and then kill himself.
  

Police Beat

*March 26: At 9 a.m., a Chevrolet pickup was reported stolen from its legally parked spot in the 19500 block of 144th Avenue northeast.
  

Building Height Code Amendments meeting cancelled

*n response to concerns about consistency with the existing Imagine Bothell . . . Comprehensive Plan, the City Council, on March 19, initiated Comprehensive Plan Amendments to accompany the pending Bothell Municipal Code amendments regarding building heights.

Alpacapalooza

*The Alpaca Association of Western Washington will present the third annual Alpacapalooza, Saturday and Sunday, April 7-8, at the Evergreen State Fairgrounds in Monroe.
  

Salmon-friendly car wash for Eco Day

*If a car is washed in the driveway, the soapy run-off travels into storm drains, then to the nearest stream, wetland or lake.
  

Adopt a park work party

*Join Water Tenders Saturday, April 7, for some great fun picking up litter and cutting scotch broom. You will also get to visit several of the properties purchased to protect Bear Creek and learn where these special places are so you can visit on your own at other times.
  
  

Deim - Tomco

*Jillian Deim and Brigham Tomco have announced their engagement. The couple is planning an April 27 wedding at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Temple in Billings, Mont.
   Mrs. Dorman was born on Jan. 6, 1908, in Holyoke, Colo., the daughter of George and Bessie Eddy.
  
  

Register for Girl Scout Day Camp April 5

*The Girl Scouts of Woodinville will hold their annual Day Camp from July 23-27 at Tolt-McDonald Park in Carnation.
  
  

Eastside Volunteer Fair

*Family Resource Center, the Eastside's Human Services Campus, will host its fourth annual Eastside Volunteer Fair on Thursday, April 12, from 4 to 7 p.m.
  
  

Obituary: Harold A. Lind

*Harold A. Lind, 61, of Lynnwood, passed away March 19.
   He was born July 12, 1939, in Williston, N.D., and had lived in Lynnwood for the past 10 years.
  
  

AT THE LIBRARY

*CARNATION - Joshuah Lisk, a 7th grader at Tolt Middle School, has been accepted into the national People to People Program.
  
  

Community Calendar

*local events in the community
  
  

Obituary:

*Hilda Riechman, age 84, died at her home in Carnation on March 27.
  
  

Woodinville Basset Bash & Parade winners

*The Woodinville Basset Bash, sponsored by Precise Dog Food, was held at 1 p.m. on the Sorenson ballfields with almost 2000 dogs competing for prizes and hundreds of spectators.