Northwest NEWS

December 24, 2001

Events

Slayings, earthquake, Brightwater, terrorism: What next?

*What made it an "annus horribilis" were the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. The surprise, the devastation, the loss of life, the subsequent deepening recession, the resultant crippling of the airline/travel industry, the war in Afghanistan, the anthrax scares, the weakening job market, the "collateral damage" that pundits refer to - all occurred in less than four months.
  

City projects in 2001 enhance the Northshore area

*With recent reports saturating the news about terrorists doing America harm, some people may have forgotten the good things about living in the Northshore area.
  

I-728 taskforce to meet in early January

*This committee will be comprised of 14 people, seven of whom participated on last year's committee. Their charge will be to look at how the I-728 funds are currently being spent and determine if next year's funds should be allocated in a similar way. <

Police Beat

*Dec. 17: A family left and locked their home in the 14500 block of 132 Court Northeast around 4:30 in the afternoon. Upon returning around 9:30 that same day, they discovered the front screen door was broken.

Obiturary: Maxwell H. Logsdon

*Max Logsdon, age 74, died in Evergreen Hospital of lymphoma cancer. He was born Oct. 8, 1927, in Seattle and died in Kirkland, Monday, Dec. 10, with his family at his side.
  

Holidays weighing you down?

*There is a new aerobics class in Carnation designed just for at-home moms who are looking for a way to get fit. Nicole Pitts, leader of Nic's Aerobics, offers the class from 9:40-10:40 a.m.