Northwest NEWS

August 6, 2001


Recycling event comes to Bothell

*Help King County preserve the environment by bringing wood waste, concrete, rock and brick, reusable household appliances and other hard-to-recycle items to a special recycling event on Saturday, Aug. 11, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Inglemoor High School in Bothell.

Bandarra reappointed to board term

*Bob Bandarra, general manager of Woodinville Water District, has been reappointed by Gov. Gary Locke to serve a second four-year term on the Public Works Board.

Police Beat

*A parked car in the 12400 block of 162nd Street was vandalized. During the night, the suspect entered the car through the unlocked passenger door.

More community outreach for Bothell

*BOTHELL - In an effort to take community outreach to its highest level, Bothell has introduced two new programs for its business community and residents.

Signs celebrate 50th birthday

* It was a return to the past last week on Hollywood Hill when Burma Shave-style signs popped up in the area announcing the 50th birthday of Leona Hokanson.

Bennett - Williams

* Lara Bennett and Chris Williams have announced their engagement.
   Lara is the daughter of Larry and Rosalie Bennett of Woodinville.

New Imaging Center at Evergreen

* Due to increasing demand for magnetic resonance (MR) imaging, Evergreen has opened a new MR Imaging Center located across the street from Evergreen Hospital Medical Center at 12911 NE 120th Street, Suite E#10 in Kirkland.

Carnation Police Beat

* A car-prowl victim reported that when he returned from vacation on July 2, he found his car trunk open and driver's side door ajar, and the ignition in the "on" position.

Northshore Senior Activities

* events at the Northshore Senior Center.

Summer Safety for Children Fair

* Woodinville police and fire units along with the King County Health Department joined forces with Top Foods recently to provide life safety information for children at the second annual Summer Safety for Children Fair.

Community Calendar

* local events in your community

Volunteers needed for Meals on Wheels

* Volunteers are needed at the Sno-Valley Senior Center in Carnation to sort and deliver Meals

Store employees help celebrate a birthday

* Sophie Theriault loves to go to the Duvall Family Grocer.