Northwest NEWS

November 5, 2001

Local News

Committee wrestles with expanding Brightwater site list

*By now most everyone knows about the new wastewater treatment facility, Brightwater, planned for south Snohomish County.

Molbak's shows off its poinsettia pizzazz at annual festival

*For many in the Pacific Northwest, a trip to Molbak's to view the rows upon rows of red, pink, purple, rose and white poinsettias in all their variety and splendor is an annual family tradition.

Bazaars, crafts

*The annual Green Acres Park Holiday Bazaar will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 10, at the clubhouse located at 23825 15th S.E. in Bothell.

Sammamish River restoration meeting

*A comprehensive plan to restore and protect habitat for salmon and other wildlife along the Sammamish River will be reviewed with the public on the evening of Wednesday, Nov. 14, at the Woodinville City Hall, Council Chambers, 17301 133rd Avenue NE.

Purple Cafe: a new dining option for Woodinville

*The Purple Cafe, nestled in the Hollywood Vineyards between Tully's and Texas Smokehouse BBQ, offers area residents another choice in their dining-out alternatives. It is the brainchild of owners Larry and Tabitha Kruofsky.