Northwest NEWS

April 8, 2002

Local News

Police Beat

*An officer in the 17800 block of 140th Avenue Northeast noticed a brown van without a driver's side mirror.
  

Four charged as adults in teen's beating

*King County Prosecutors filed one count of assault in the first degree against each of the four Eastside teenagers accused of beating Inglemoor High School student Sean Machak.
  

Route 9 task force discusses Brightwater project

*It's a given. A new King County wastewater treatment facility is coming. It's not a question of "when"; the project timeline indicates construction on the so-called "Brightwater" plant will begin sometime in 2005. It is, however, a question of "where."
  

Helping local watersheds

*King County has launched an on-line networking tool that connects people offering stewardship opportunities and related resources throughout the county.
  

Council names board, committee members

*The City of Bothell Council appointed 13 community members to six various city boards, commissions and committees at the April 1 regular council meeting.
  

Youth Art Show highlights local talent

*This year's Woodinville Youth Art Show resulted in over 200 artwork entries depicting the "Passport to the World" theme and winners in the categories of visual arts, photography, and 3D sculpture.
  

Carnation Police Beat

*At 10:24 a.m. on a routine stop for a missing license plate, the driver was found to be driving with a suspended license.
  

Duvall Police Report

*Officers responded to a domestic disturbance between a parent and teenager. Officers provided resources for the family.