Northwest NEWS

July 29, 2002

Local News

Police Beat

*Employees at a business in the 17400 block of 139th Avenue Northeast reported a bank deposit envelope containing $1,900 missing.
  
  

Volunteers needed for W-D Rd. community advisory group

* The King County Road Services Division is now accepting applications from residents interested in serving on a community advisory group being formed to advise the county on future improvements to Northeast Woodinville-Duvall Road
  

Tanner McKenzie Abram

*Knowing you was loving you, and loving you was so easy. You captured many hearts, and the sorrow in having you gone will be immense.
  

Fees for passports increase

*Fees for U.S. passports will increase Aug, 19. The U.S. Department of State recently noted that the changes are the result of an independent fee study done to ensure that the true costs of providing consular services to Americans are recovered.
  

Toby Nixon, Laura Ruderman file in 45th Legislative District

*State Representative Toby Nixon officially filed last week at the King County Elections department to retain his position representing the 45th Legislative district.
  

Engagements

*Waid - Yasuda and Gibbons - Cruz
  

Obituary

*Craig R. Donogh, of Duvall, died at home on July 19. He was 52.
   Mr. Donogh was born on June 5, 1950 in Riverside, Calif.