Northwest NEWS

May 13, 2002

Local News

Thermal camera detects hidden fire at Kingsgate Ice Arena

*It came in as an automatic alarm and a single fire engine responded, said Woodinville Fire Marshal Joel Kuhnhenn of the May 7 fire at the Kingsgate Ice Arena, located at 14326 124th Ave. NE. When firemen detected no visible sign of fire, they tried to reset the alarm panel, but it continued to go into an alarm, said Kuhnhenn.
  

Police Beat

*Two suspects broke into a storage lot in the 20100 block of 142nd  Avenue Northeast. Once inside, the suspects pried open the doors to two RV motorhomes.
  

Operator of Clifford's restaurant charged with tax theft

*The state charged the owner/operator of the popular Clifford's restaurant in Kenmore with felony counts of stealing tax and operating a business after its license was revoked.
  

Brightwater conveyance options studied

*Decisions, decisions. Not only must King County decide where to locate its next regional sewage treatment plant, Brightwater
  

Correction

*The first name of Woodmoor kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Dana Nystrom, was omitted
  

Engagement: Dooley - Kjosness

*Maria Dooley and Steve Kjosness have announced their engagement and plans for an August 10 wedding at Seattle First Baptist Church.
  

Cub Scouts show their talents

*All Kenmore Elementary second graders learn the names of the U.S. presidents with a song to the tune of "Ten Little Indians." Here Cub Scouts from Kenmore Pack 622 sing the song at an annual Cub Scout talent show.
  

Lambert seeking volunteers for Civil Rights Commission

*Metropolitan King County Councilmember Kathy Lambert is looking for residents of the Third District interested in becoming a member of the King County Civil Rights Commission.