Northwest NEWS

July 22, 2002

Local News

Burn ban in King County

*As of Monday, July 22, and until further notice, all outdoor burning of forest and yard debris and land clearing debris are banned in King County
  
  

Woodinville man arrested in cocaine exportation ring

* The U.S. Dept. of Justice, U.S. Customs Service and the King County Sheriff's office announced that seven Seattle-area residents, alleged members of a massive cocaine exportation ring that spreads from California to Florida, were arrested July 11 at their homes, including one in Woodinville
  

It takes a 'bold' thief: sculpture vandalized

*What is it? A tulip? A spaceship? A phonograph? Young children think it's a playhouse and crawl inside.
  

Task force to research transportation solutions

*At its July 15 meeting, the Bothell City Council approved creating a Community Transportation Revenue Task Force to provide recommendations on ways to address transportation
  

Celebration of Life service to be held for Craig R. Donogh

*A Celebration of Life service will be held Wednesday, July 24, at 7 p.m. at The Duvall Church, 15520 Main St. in Duvall.
  

Duvall Police Report

*Officers investigated a civil dispute on 3rd Pl. NE. Relevant information was turned over to Public Works for further follow-up. Officers assisted Child Protective Services with a welfare check on 276 Ave. NE.
  

Quilt Auction to benefit new Catholic church building.

*The HILOS (Holy Innocent's Ladies of Service) have been meeting to sew quilt blocks and tops together for their quilt auction on Sept.29 in the barn across from Cherry Valley Elementary.