Northwest NEWS

December 24, 2001

Front Page

* Woodinville Mayor Randy Ransom and 5 year old Campbell Gunnell raised the flag for the dedication of the new City Hall March 31.

* The Terrorist attacks on New York's World Trade Center on Tuesday, Sept. 11, is a tragedy whose effects have been felt worldwide.

* Brian and Christine Nofsiger were among many Northshore residents who raised money to help victims of the terrorist attack













* The new Adult Day Center was approved by voters.

* Woodinville Fire and Life Safety personnel moved into the new Station House 31 Dec. 13 and 14..

* At 10:45 am on Feb. 28, a 6.8 earthquake rocked the Northshore area. It was the most powerful quake to hit the area in 52 years.













* Families enjoyed Fourth of July activities in Woodinville, Bothell and Kenmore.

* Families enjoyed Fourth of July activities in Woodinville, Bothell and Kenmore.

* King County Councilwomen Louise Miller was honored for her years of service.

* The annual Basset Bash and All Fools Day Parade drew crowds to Woodinville.















* Bothell celebrated the opening of its new police station with music, speeches and tours April 7.