Northwest NEWS

April 15, 2002

Local News

Police Beat

*A man in the 20000 block of 130th Avenue Northeast had been having trouble with break-ins at his remodeled home.
  

Bothell seeks nominations for Alex Sidie Awards

*The City of Bothell encourages citizens to nominate a fellow citizen for its annual Alex Sidie Random Acts of Kindness Day which will be held on Thursday, May 23, at 5:30 p.m. at Banner Bank (10125 Main Street, Bothell).
  

City of Bothell goes to voters for Civic Center Facility on May 21

*At its regular meeting on Monday, April 1, Bothell City Council adopted an ordinance that would allow the city to ask voters to decide on a $14.9 million bond in the May 21 Special Election.
  

Bothell city clerk honored

*The Washington Municipal Clerks' Association honored Bothell City Clerk JoAnne Trudel with the 2002 President's Award of Distinction for her work on the "Bothell City Council Protocol Manual."
  

Bothell named Tree City USA

*For the second year, the City of Bothell has received a Tree City USA award, given by The National Arbor Day Foundation.
  

Scouts and sea stars meet

*Cub Scout Daniel Flanagan points out a giant sea star to fellow Scouts Troy Nixon and Hayden Ericks during Kenmore Pack 622's recent trip to the Seattle Aquarium.
  

Obituaries

*Anne Hayes O'Grady, 79, of Guilford, Conn., died Thursday, April 4, at her home.