Northwest NEWS

June 10, 2002

Local News

Police Beat

* June 4: A Metro bus driver called police to assist with a man who was asleep on the bus and wouldn't exit.

Three promotions in Bothell Police Dept.

* The City of Bothell Police Department has announced the promotions of Deputy Chief of Police Drew Nielsen, Captain Steve Phelan, and Captain Henry Simon.

Area businesses commended by Liquor Control Board

*On June 3, enforcement agents from the Liquor Control Board and detectives from the King County Sheriff's Office, using operatives under the age of 21, conducted area compliance checks.

Construction affecting Metro routes

*June and going into September, King County Road Services will close the Woodinville-Duvall Bridge to all traffic so upgrades can be made.

'2 Dye 4' team offers humor with tie-dye

*We're talking colorful here. The wisecracking Jo Parmley and Marleen Lundin, the dynamic "2 Dye 4" duo, are the creative team who sell their tie-dye products at the market.

Joe Meagher, Falcon AD, retires after long, successful career

*Joseph Meagher recently announced he will step down from his post as athletic director at Woodinville High School, a position he has held for 10 years.

Engagement: Whitescarver Sage

*Joelle Whitescarver of Woodinville and David Sage of Snohomish have announced their engagement and plans for an Aug. 3 wedding at Holy Family Church in Kirkland.

Langkows celebrate 50 years

*John and Betty Langkow will join their children and grandchildren on a dinner cruise in July to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary.

County announces Saint Edward pool to remain open

*While budget cuts threaten to close many King County parks, a community swimming pool has been spared a similar fate.

Bastyr University receives funds for settlement

*Faculty at Bastyr University received significant funding from the Vitamin Antitrust Settlement of October 2000.