Northwest NEWS

August 5, 2002

Local News

New anti-Brightwater group surfaces

*There's a new group of 40 or 50 people who look upon the proposed Route 9 Brightwater treatment plant as a speeding train headed for their neighborhood. Their mission, they believe, is to see that the train gets derailed.

Police Beat

* Compiled by John Price from Woodinville Police reports

New directors for Chamber

*The Woodinville Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors has appointed three new members to replace current board vacancies.

Water Commissioner receives award

*Woodinville Water District Board of Commissioner member Walter Blackstrom has received an award from the American Water Works Association's Water for People Division for his support of the development of sustainable water, sanitation and health projects in Africa.

Cottage Lake Service Center celebrates five years

*King County has something to celebrate: Cottage Lake Community Service Center has been open for five years!

Wedding: Roberts - Peek

*Megan Roberts and David Peek were married July 13 at the Rosen Plaza in Orlando, Fla. The couple is living in Jacksonville.

Horn - Sundin

*Caitlin Horn and Erik Sundin have announced their engagement.
   Mr. Donogh was born on June 5, 1950 in Riverside, Calif.

Obituary: Delores R. (Dee) Taylor

*Dee Taylor of Woodinville died July 26 in Ontario, Ore., at the age of 65.
   Born in Topeka, Kan., on May 20, 1937, she was the daughter of Robert (Tommie) and Dorothy Mae Thompson.

Obituary: Earl F. Cisco

*Earl F. Cisco, 91, of Ellensburg died Tuesday, July 24, at Kittitas Valley Health and Rehab Center. Born in Hastings, Ok., on Aug. 7, 1910, he was one of four children of Jess and Bessie (Bell) Cisco.

Allen inducted into Golden Key Honour Society

*University of Washington senior Sean Michael Allen of Woodinville has accepted membership in Golden Key International Honour Society and was individually honored during a campus ceremony.

Duvall Police Report

*Courtesy of the Duvall Police Department