Northwest NEWS

April 16, 2001

Features

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Konnichiwa! Seto (loose translation: Hey! Sister)

*For some Woodinville residents, Japan conjures up mental images of words beginning with the letter "s": Suzuki, sake, sumo, sushi, samurai and sister.
  

National Grange Week April 15-21

*April 15-21 has been designated National Grange Week in honor of granges as family fraternities that provide aid in agricultural, legislative issues and community concerns.
  

City of Bothell exceeds governor's energy savings goal

*FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) reminds individuals and businesses with earthquake damage, that they have until April 30 to call the toll-free registration number
  

Power crisis is real so are solutions

*President, Chroma Lighting Supplies Inc.
  

City launches new Web site

* BOTHELL - The city of Bothell has announced the launch of its new and improved Web site, www.ci.bothell.wa.us.
  

Sammamish River habitat restoration

* Praises were voiced by the many officials at the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the 90th Street Bridge opening in Redmond.
  

NPEF plans fundraising event

*The public is invited to attend the Northshore Public Education Foundation (NPEF) wine/appetizer fund raising event at The Hollywood Schoolhouse at 14810 NE 145th Street in Woodinville from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 25.
  

Earth Day planting at Fall City Farms

*FALL CITY - Earth Day this year will find several community members coming together to enhance an area around Rutherford Slough at Fall City Farms.