Northwest NEWS

November 12, 2001

Events

Police Beat

*Nov. 6: An auto dealership in the 13800 block of Northeast 195th Street called police after a customer took a 1986 Toyota MR2 for a test drive and never returned.
  

Going Out: Celebrate the seasons at Ste. Michelle

*Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery will help wine lovers and community members get in the holiday spirit with wine and food appreciation classes and holiday events this season.
  

Blood drive

*Puget Sound Blood Center will hold a blood drive on Monday

Wedding: Nichols - Cain

*Krista Esther Nichols, daughter of Stacey Rushent of Bothell and Richard Nichols of Woodinville, married R. Zachary Cain, son of Richard and Sharron Cain of Edmonds, on Sept. 29 in Seattle.

Murder, mirth and mahem

*Mystery writer Mary Daheim will introduce "The Alpine Menace," the 10th in her Emma Lord series, at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 17, at the Woodinville Barnes & Noble.

Council adopts Year 2002 budget

*The Bothell City Council adopted the Year 2002 budget at its regular meeting on Nov. 5. The budget for all funds is $56,228,844, which includes $3,377,367 of transfers between funds; there are fund balances and reserves of approximately $14,419,641.

Community Calendar

*events in your local community

Obituaries

*George D. Branson passed away peacefully Oct. 24 after fighting a heroic battle with cancer and other related illnesses.

Scouts selling Christmas trees

* For many years Fall City Cub Scout Pack 425 has been providing high quality Christmas trees to area residents.