Northwest NEWS

December 17, 2001

Features

'Don't give things, give experiences'

*For those with unfinished holiday shopping, the city of Woodinville has a gift idea that is guaranteed to please. It is a fun, low-fat, organic, low-tech, yet long-lasting gift your children, your spouse or even your parents might enjoy.
  

City Council honors Woodinville citizens, businesses

*In 1976, Woodinville didn't have a community newspaper and so resident Carol Edwards decided to start one.
  

And then there were two

*There was talk in early November of the Metropolitan King County Council adding another site or two to the north-end sewage plant finalist list.
  

Attitude, technology open doors for hearing-impaired children

*>/td>When a child is diagnosed as deaf or having a significant hearing loss, a parent has to make an important choice regarding the communication method(s) for the child to learn.
  

Correction:

*The construction of hand rails on the open bridge on Bear Creek by Colin Ricks and volunteers actually only took a total of six hours.
  

'Longest Night Service' set for Dec. 21

*According to the Rev. Jeff Spencer, pastor of Tolt Congregational United Church of Christ, the holiday season can be especially difficult for people who have faced losses or who are dealing with recovery.
  

TEST DRIVE - 2001 Honda S2000

*Driving the sporty Honda 2001 S2000 had me longing for a warm, sunny day and open highways. Needless to say I didn't have a chance to put the top down with our recent rainy weather.
  

Around the Valley

*A meeting of the Novelty Cemetery Association will be held on Jan. 8, 2002, 7 p.m., in the Rose Room of the Duvall Library. All members welcome. Call (425) 788-2416 or 788-2004 for further information.