Northwest NEWS

May 28, 2001

Front Page


Straw-bale house going up on Tolt Hill

CARNATION - It's going to take more than "a huff and a puff" to blow this house down. At 4,400 square feet, with post and beam construction, the three-story straw-bale Tuscany- style home under construction on Tolt Hill will be sturdy indeed.

Evergreen won't renew Fallat's contract

Evergreen Hospital Medical Center's Board of Commissioners will not renew Chief Executive Officer Andrew Fallat's contract when it expires at the end of December.

Main Street closed June 9 for Duvall Days

On June 9, State Route 203 through Duvall will be closed from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Buzz cuts will help bus driver with cancer

When popular Riverview bus driver Kim Sheldon was diagnosed recently with ovarian cancer, and lost her hair due to chemotherapy treatments, fellow driver Shelly Johnson decided an appropriate way for the community to show their support would be for them to have the opportunity to share in the hair loss.

It's official!!!

CARNATION‹With the certification last week of the Riverview bond issue - Proposition 1 - the district is moving ahead with the planning of the long-awaited athletic fields at Cedarcrest High School.