Northwest NEWS

July 9, 2001

Events

Police Beat

*July 4: A Woodinville man drove to the movies and parked his car in the 17600 block of Garden Way NE.
  

Sheriff's Office to hold public meeting

*The King County Sheriff's Office will hold a public meeting at 6 p.m. on Thursday, July 12, at Precinct 2, 18110 73rd Ave.
  

Country fun at the 2001 King County Fair begins July 17

*Saddle-up for the best country entertainment anywhere in these parts at the King County Fair in Enumclaw July 17-22.

Bothell's Liberty Bell rings for the Fourth

*As Bothell celebrated America's 225th birthday last week, Bothell Mayor, Mike Noblet, and Councilwoman, Sandy Guinn, rang the Evergreen-Washelli's Liberty Bell along the route of the grand parade.
  

Obituary: Lucille Antoinette Bayer Long

* Lucille Long was born in Nuremburg, Germany, Sept. 11, 1904, to Anton and Mariana Dudek Bayer.
  

Obituary: Jeanne Marie Marshall

*Jeanne Marie Marshall, beloved wife, mother, daughter, grandmother, great-grandmother and best friend, passed away peacefully on June 29 in Monroe.
  
  

Multiple bridge closures set for week of July 16

*The King County Department of Transportation will be repairing and inspecting several bridges on the Eastside during the week of July 16.
  
  

Woodland Park Zoo's annual Jungle Party fundraiser is July 13

*SEATTLE - The Woodland Park Zoo will hold its 25th annual Jungle Party Auction on Friday, July 13.
  
  

Sandblast 2001 will be July 21 and 22

*Sandblast 2001 - Duvall's Summer Arts Festival will be held on July 21 and 22 at McCormick Park.