Northwest NEWS

August 20, 2001

Features

Geyser showers downtown Woodinville

*Water erupted at approximately 9 a.m. last Thursday, in downtown Woodinville when a subcontractor working on Albertson's irrigation system broke the service connection to a Woodinville Water District meter.
  

Local students elected to Phi Beta Kappa at University of Washington

* Danielle Elena Jesensky of Bothell and Cynthia Lynne McGowan of Woodinville were among 212 juniors and seniors to be elected to the University of Washington's chapter of Phi Beta Kappa.
  

Planner gains national certification

*Duvall resident Nathan Dean Pate of the Woodinville Planning Department was recently certified as a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP).
  

Snohomish council to hold public meeting

*KENMORE - A meeting was held last week to alert Kenmore residents to the return of registered sex offender Patrick K. Daly to the 8400 block of Northeast 190th St. in Bothell.
  

Rotary honors the 'real' Santa and Mrs. Claus

*Contrary to popular belief, Saint Nick doesn't reside at the North Pole but at the McMahon farm in Woodinville.
  

Commuter alert: new I-405 ramp meters

*BOTHELL - Commuters should be aware that the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) activated two new ramp meters on Monday, Aug. 20, along Interstate 405 within the Bothell city limits.
  

Repaying a debt of gratitude

*At the age of 34 Jonathon Eide had a dynamic professional life as co-owner of a successful Seattle sales and marketing firm and an equally satisfying personal life.
  

Bothell unveils its new cable TV channel

* Bothell has unveiled its latest communication tool. Bothell Community Television (BCTV) Channel 21 premiered on Aug. 17
  

Silk Road Music, UMP to perform at free concerts

*The DeYoung summer concert series continues this week with a performance by Silk Road Music on Thursday, Aug 23, at noon at DeYoung Park.