Northwest NEWS

August 27, 2001

Events

Police Beat

*Aug. 21: Three downtown businesses were vandalized around eight in the evening. Customers and employees heard the sound of windows breaking, but did not see anything suspicious.
  

Realizing the Self Within

*Barnes &Noble in Woodinville will host psychotherapist Sue Prescott Wednesday
  

It's coming

*Northshore school buses are ready to roll.

World opens for two young women

*Through the Bellevue Sister Cities Association Cultural Exchange program, Laura Carroll, 17, the daughter of Sue and Dave Carroll of Woodinville, visited Taiwan this summer staying with the family of Shen Yuhsiang in the town of Hualien.
  

Body Mind & Spirit Symposium

* Evergreen Healthcare will hold its annual Body Mind & Spirit Symposium Sept. 7-9
  

Annual Ride 2001

* Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center of Woodinville will host RIDE 2001 on Sept. 22. Formerly known as Ride-A-Thon, RIDE 2001 has been expanded to include Little Bit of Fun Day, family oriented activities on Little Bit grounds, including games, stick pony races, cart rides, food and more.
  

Community Calendar

*events in your community
  

Monroe man hurt in ultralight crash

*A Monroe man was injured August 18 after the ultralight aircraft he was flying went out of control and crashed in a field north of Duvall.
  

Firefighters return from E. Wash. blazes

*DUVALL - Three full-time firefighters and one volunteer from Duvall-King County Fire District 45 returned home last week from Eastern Washington where they offered assistance to crews fighting the wildfires there.
  

CARNATION POLICE BEAT

*August 6 - At 8:39 a.m., a school district employee reported finding damage to the bus barn fence, which had last been seen intact at about midnight on Aug. 3. Suspect(s) had apparently stood on top of a four-foot fence outside the property, cut the barbed-wire on top of the school district fence and climbed over it, standing on the hood of a vehicle on the way down.
  

Woodstack is Sept. 15

*The annual Show 'n Shine car show will be held in the Duvall Church parking lot.