Northwest NEWS

July 1, 2002

Local News

Lease for park & ride land approved

* Plans for a Transit Oriented Development in Kenmore took a step forward recently as the King County Council Transportation Committee approved a measure to lease land from the Society of St. Vincent de Paul at 7304 Bothell Way NE.
  
  

Memorial fund set up for Herzog family

* The King County Sheriff's office has set up a memorial fund for the family of Deputy Richard Herzog, killed in the line of duty Saturday, June 22.
  

The big fill on Hollywood Hill

*The now-famous deep hole located on a county road in the Hollywood Hill area near Woodinville is filled.
  

First step for new road

*Woodinville Mayor Scott Hageman takes first swing at the demoliton of the former Johnson Chiropractic to make way for the city's first grid road at 133rd Ave NE.
  

Local teens attend Leadership Challenge

*Leaders Conference (NYLC) in Washington D.C. The NYLC is a leadership development program for high school students who have demonstrated leadership potential and scholastic merit.
  

Barbara and Donald Steeb celebrate 50 years of marriage

*Donald and Barbara Steeb celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary June 30.
   The couple was married in 1952 in Pittsburgh, Penn. and now lives in Duvall.
  

Engagement: Warmuth - LaTourette

*Angela Warmuth and Jason LaTourette, both of Woodinville, will be married July 20 at Pleasant Hill in Carnation. Angela is the daughter of Kathi and Ed Straw of Bothell.
  

Obituary: William 'Billy' Knutson

*William Knutson, 57, passed peacefully in the early hours of June 18 after succumbing to his valiant fight with cancer.
  

Duvall Police Report

*Courtesy of the Duvall Police Department