Northwest NEWS

July 2, 2001

Features

Crash victim upgraded to satisfactory condition

*Harborview Medical Center confirmed that Anita Durrett, 41, of North Bend, has regained consciousness and is in satisfactory condition.
  

Sculpture at City Hall soothes the soul

*The melodic sound of moving water can be heard while sitting beside a creek in the quiet woods or while visiting the new city hall in Woodinville.
  

Summer Fun and Wiener Mobile on way to TOP Foods

*Mark your calendars now for Summer Fun & Safety Day on Thursday, July 12, from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. at TOP Food & Drugs in Woodinville.
  

UWB Seeks International Marketing Projects

*The University of Washington, Bothell (UWB) is seeking requests for international marketing projects from local area companies and organizations for an upcoming course in International Marketing.
  

Snoqualmie Preservation Initiative ends threat to falls

*SNOQUALMIE - Like the view of Snoqualmie Falls? It's yours to keep, thanks to the work of local officials, conservationists and concerned citizens who saved it from a planned development.
  

Body, Mind & Spirit Symposium

*Evergreen Healthcare presents its popular Body Mind & Spirit Symposium, Friday, Sept. 7, through Sunday, Sept. 9, at the Meydenbauer Center in Bellevue.
  

New law requires inspections on out-of-state vehicles

*Beginning July 1, vehicles brought into Washington state from another state or country will go through a stolen-vehicle screening process within the Department of Licensing before a Washington state title is issued.
  

Public invited to see and learn about Cedar River Watershed

*NEAR NORTH BEND - Residents who wish to learn more about the Seattle area's drinking water supply will have a chance to tour the uninhabited Cedar River Watershed this summer.