Northwest NEWS

March 11, 2002

Local News

Bar fight ramifications mount

*Snohomish Police Chief Rob Sofie called the death of Lt. Gary McAdam late last month "a needless, senseless loss of a human life."
  

Driver charged with death of daughter alters plea

*nita Durrett, 42, of North Bend, charged with vehicular homicide in the death of her 9-year-old daughter, has entered a modified guilty plea to the charge.
  

Police Beat

*A homeowner in the 19900 block of 130th Avenue Northeast returned to his vacant house to discover several broken windows.
  

Team Woodinville prepares for the challenge of a lifetime

*Over 58,000 people have participated in one of Avon's Breast Cancer 3 Day Walks since they began four years ago.
  

Open houses seek input to help salmon

*Over the past year, the city of Woodinville has collaborated with 23 neighboring cities
  

CCC president honored by AAUW

* The Bothell-Shoreline Branch of the The American Association of University Women (AAUW) will present their Outstanding Woman of the Community Award March 16 at the Bothell Library to Dr. Victoria Munoz Richart, president of the Cascadia Community College of Bothell.
  

Woodinville resident appointed to LWTC board

*Sherada C. Washington has been appointed to the Board of Trustees of Lake Washington Technical College.
  

Willow Stream Farm opens

* Area Gardeners can grow their favorite crops at Willow Stream Farm, located on Woodinville-Redmond Road.
  

Obituary: Kirsten Kathleen Gould

*Kirsten Kathleen Gould, 13, passed away on March 7, following a 16 month battle with cancer.
  

Carnation Police Beat

*Jan. 28 - After being arrested the day before for disturbing the peace and malicious mischief, on this date the suspect leaned out his upstairs window and again directed obscenities and lewd gestures at the victim in front of witnesses.
  

Duvall Police Report

*Thordis Groves passed away on Monday, February 18, 2002 at Northwest Hospital, Seattle. Thordis was born on December 30, 1910, in Binford, N.D., to Gunder and Josephine (Evjen) Rust. She was the oldest of nine children.