Northwest NEWS

August 19, 2002

Local News

Woodinville plans ceremony to remember the 3,367 who lost their lives Sept. 11

*As a kid, Chandler "Chad" Keller loved rockets and liked to launch them with his dad. His interest never left him and he grew up to become a Boeing propulsion engineer.

Police Beat

*compiled by John Price from Woodinville Police records

Still time for teachers, district to negotiate settlement

*Does the Northshore School District have the money to address teachers' contract issues? Northshore Education Association (NSEA) Vice President and bargaining team member Diane Puckett thinks they do.

Recycle center with a new attitude opens next summer

*Cascade Recycling Center, an 84,000 square foot facility, will open July 2003 with a unique feature.

Bookspan files in 45th District

*Kirkland businesswoman Elizabeth Bookspan officially filed as a candidate in the 45th District for the Washington State House of Representatives.

Joe Lorenz is new Eagle Scout

*Joe Lorenz of Woodinville has been awarded Boy Scouting's highest rank - Eagle Scout.

$5000 donated to Children's Hospital

*Russell Watergardens will donate $5,000 to Children's Hospital uncompensated care. The money was raised at the third annual Parade of Ponds held on July 27-28.


*Lisa Goodrich and Michael Nydegger were married July 20 at Monte Villa in Bothell. The couple met at the Woodinville Repertory Theatre, where they both work.


*Johnson - Cooke, Gordon - Harris and Lorette - Talley

Discovering a passion for space

*Sarah Combs, of Kenmore, joined 40 young women from across the nation to take part in "Massive Sky" Wider Opportunity.