Northwest NEWS

August 20, 2001

Events

Bothell police arrest murder suspect

*On the afternoon of Aug. 9, detectives from the Bothell Police Department, with the assistance of the Wenatchee Police Department, arrested a 26-year-old Bothell man for the beating death of 55-year-old Leonard "Terry" Braman.
  

Police Beat

*Aug. 14: Two residents of an apartment complex in the 14100 block of NE 181 Place pulled into the parking lot to see a man get out of his car, pull out a hand gun and fire a round into one of the apartments.
  

Salmon Watchers seek more converts

*Every fall something fascinating happens at the occasional little creek that winds behind the home where Maggie Windus lives.

Evergreen State Fair

*The 93rd annual Snohomish County Evergreen State Fair, "A Black and White A-Fair," will run Thursday, Aug. 23, through Monday, Sept. 3.
  

War on drugs to be discussed

* Jim Kimbrough and Linda Sherry, members of the Woodinville Unitarian Universalist Church
  

Correction:

* The date for the Sammamish Kennel Club's all-breed dog show at Marymoor Park is Sunday
  

Summer celebration at Living Legacy Community Ranch

*Living Legacy Community Ranch is hosting a summer celebration Saturday, Aug. 25, featuring storytelling, face painting, pony rides, art activities, a farm nature walk, displays on farmland conservation and visits with farm animals.
  

Date change for public hearing on Carnation 2002 budget

*The city of Carnation will hold a public hearing on the 2002 budget during the city's workshop on Sept. 11
  

Police Beat

*July 25 - At about 9:30 p.m., an officer stopped a vehicle on Tolt Avenue for a broken taillight.