Northwest NEWS

August 26, 2002

Features

Project HOPE: A high school program in Bothell that never gives up on students

*They attend high school in a storefront building in downtown Bothell. Each morning before classes start, the students grab a cup of coffee at nearby Steve's Cafˇ.
  

Woodinville pilot joins patriotic flight across America

*Thunderstorms delay their stay in New Mexico. But when the weather clears, Woodinville resident Charles Oppermann and fellow aviator Molly Peebles soar back into the air.
  

Art classes at Sno-Valley Seniors

*The Sno-Valley Senior Center is offering four art classes starting in September.
  

Duvall swears in seventh council member

*Greg Von Tobel was sworn in as the city's seventh council member at last Thursday's council meeting.
  

Dignifying cows

*As Duvall fights to retain its small town charm, the art show "Vanishing Duvall: hippies and cows" has opened at the Pumps and Grinds coffee shop.
  

Bellamy Foster in Miss Washington American Teen Pageant

*Duvall resident Bellamy Foster, soon to be 18 years old, will be competing in the Miss Washington American Coed Pageant. It will be held at the Doubletree SeaTac Hotel in Seattle on Sept. 3.
  

The many sights and sounds of the Evergreen State Fair

* Matt Brown, 13, of Bothell, holds just one of the many creatures he shows every year at the Evergreen State Fair.
  

Tour or take a flight in a B-17 this week

*During World War II, the Boeing Company built over 12,000 B-17 Flying Fortresses.