Northwest NEWS

April 22, 2002

Local News

Woman files civil suit against Albertson's

*The mother of the young girl killed in an auto accident that occurred shortly after an alleged shoplifting incident in Woodinville last June is suing the grocery store for unspecified damages.
  

Police Beat

*The owner of a business in the 19900 block of Woodinville-Snohomish Road rang up a sale for four wheels.
  

Man indicted in 'Candyman' sting

*Michael Scott Powers of Lake Stevens, arrested in early March in the FBI's so-called "Candyman" sting, was formally charged with one count of child pornography.
  

Food Drive volunteers needed

*Food Lifeline is seeking volunteers to assist with this year's National Letter Carriers' Food Drive, set for Saturday, May 11.
  

Good news for Woodinville commuters

*Backhoes, traffic flaggers and flashing blue lights became a familiar sight the past two weeks at the 131st intersection. No more.
  

Theater volunteer receives Unsung Hero award

*"She holds us together." That's how Woodinville Repertory Theater artistic director Peg Phillips described Cheryl Reed, the third recipient of the Woodinville Rotary Club's Random Acts of Generosity award.
  

Stallion Hill Center celebrates grand opening

*Stallion Hill Center celebrated its grand opening March 14 . Italianissimo catered the event and music was provided by F Street Project.
  

Eastside Literacy offers new Talk Time class

*A new Talk Time Class will start Wednesday nights beginning April 24 from 6:30-8:00 in the Evergreen Room at the Woodinville Community Center next to the Sorenson Gym.
  

Land readied for single-family homes

*"Tanglin Ridge" is the name of a new residential development to be built on the Woodinville-Duvall Road at the intersection of 151st Avenue Northeast.
  

Food Lifeline needs volunteers

*Food Lifeline is seeking volunteers to assist with this year's National Letter Carriers' Food Drive, set for Saturday, May 11.
  

Area student is Jr. Teen Washington finalist

*Mackenzie Amanda Flemming, 14, daughter of Anne and Don Flemming of Woodinville, has been chosen as a state finalist in the Miss Washington American Jr. Teen Pageant (age category 13-15) to be held Aug. 30-Sept. 2 at the Doubletree Hotel in Seattle.
  

Obituary

*Services have been held for Victor Emmanuele Beard, 29, of Seattle. Victor was the son of Jack and Clara Beard of Duvall and brother of Jackson, Michael, Julie and Paul.