Northwest NEWS

November 5, 2001

Features

Valley General Hospital receives accreditation

*MONROE - Valley General Hospital has achieved accreditation from the Joint Commission of Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations as a result of its demonstrated compliance with the commission's nationally recognized health care standards.
  

Prudential MacPherson office sponsors food drive

*Prudential MacPherson's Real Estate office in Woodinville is sponsoring its annual food drive. Agents will distribute empty grocery bags in the Northshore area on Saturday, Nov. 10.
  

Post office operating on heightened sense of awareness and security

*WOODINVILLE - To combat the threat of anthrax moving through the mail, post offices around the nation have taken many steps to ensure employee safety and calm customer anxieties.
  

Veterans Day brings forth memories of World War II

*"Sometimes I wondered if the wings would stay on the plane, the updrafts and downdrafts were so severe," recalls Seattle resident Hank Reverman, one of thousands of pilots who were assigned to fly transport planes over the towering Himalayas during World War II.
  

The Woodinville Weekly - celebrating 25 years of community news

*Twenty-five years ago Woodinville was a very different community than today. There were no stop lights. The downtown area had a mix of businesses and homes along the two- lane, potholed Northeast 175th.
  

Intersection officially opened

*On Oct. 23, Duvall Mayor Glen Kuntz (l), State Transportation Improvement Board Executive Director Bob Moorhead and Duvall Public Works Director Elizabeth Goode cut the ribbon for the Bruett Road/3rd Ave.