Northwest NEWS

January 7, 2002

Events

Police Beat

*Police responded to a 9-1-1 call from the 18000 block of 142nd Avenue Northeast regarding a neighbor who was attacking his deck.
  

Bothell police chief announces retirement

*Bothell Police Chief Mark L. Ericks has announced his retirement after 30 years of police service. .
  

Woodinville Parks & Rec Winter Programs

*Registration for Winter Programming has begun at the Woodinville Community Center. <

Bothell meetings to air on Channel 21

*The City of Bothell will air its City Council and Planning Commission meetings on Bothell Community Television (BCTV) Cable Channel 21 beginning on Monday, Jan. 7. The schedule is as follows (subject to change):

Bothell city boards, commission posts available

*BOTHELL - Do you feel strongly about your City's Parks and Recreation, Landmark Preservation or other concerns?
  

Obituary: Maxwell David Nicholls

*Maxwell Nicholls, 81, died on Dec. 29 at home in Woodinville.
   Born in Cle Elum, he had lived in the Redmond-Woodinville area for 52 years. He began the Redmond Animal Clinic in 1949 where he was a veterinarian specializing in large animals.

Eastside Literacy offers English as a Second Language classes

*Winter quarter English as Second Language (ESL) classes will begin the second week in January.

AT THE LIBRARY

*Events at your local library system.

Northshore Senior Activities

*Events at your local Senior Center.

Community Calendar

*Events in your local community

Carnation man wins Washington Trout's Annual Benefit raffle that helps fund salmon recovery

*Mike Omlin of Carnation is the proud winner of Washington Trout's Annual Benefit raffle.