Northwest NEWS

July 1, 2002

Front Page

Plant lovers wait all year for Civic Club sale

Long before the 32nd annual Duvall Civic Club May plant and garden sale was to open at the Duvall Library, people began lining up. Before 10 a.m., a line of 50 or so people had formed at the entrance.

Duvall's 3rd Ave. improvements cause road closure

Improvements to 3rd Avenue between NE Virginia and NE Anderson were scheduled to begin the end of June.

Sandblast to be held July 20 & 21

The 8th annual Sandblast Summer Arts Festival will be held on July 20 and 21at McCormick Park on the banks of the Snoqualmie River below Duvall.

Traffic moving but businesses suffering due to bridge closure

The police have not reported any real issues with traffic in Duvall since the closure of the Woodinville-Duvall Bridge last week, according to City Hall Administrator Doreen Wise.

District says farewell to longtime board member

The Riverview School District hosted a farewell party and tribute to departing school board member Laura Ritter last week. Ritter has been on the board for over 10 years.