Northwest NEWS

August 26, 2002

Local News

WFLSD responds to house fire, cause under investigation

*At 4:13 a.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 20, neighbors called 9-1-1 to report an explosion and fire at the 3700 block of 127th Ave. NE.

Police Beat

*August 19: A man called a local hotel / resort in the 14500 block of Northeast 145th saying that his son and his girlfriend had a broken-down car and would be arriving shortly to check-in.

Trailer renewal fees to increase in September

*Towing a trailer on Washington state roads will cost more starting in September.

Downtown - LBC Master Plan fliers, comment cards in the mail

*Around the second week of September city residents and businesses will receive a poster-sized drawing of the Downtown - Little Bear Creek (LBC) Corridor Integrated Master Plan.

Northshore teacher contract talks continue

*According to Northshore School District spokeswoman Pamela Steele, "We are continuing our mediation.

Local girl is state finalist

*Courtney McHenry, 12, daughter of Cathy and Mike McHenry, has been chosen as a state finalist in the Miss Washington American Pre-Teen Pageant

2002 retired passenger vans

*King County's Retired Passenger Van program allows the Council to donate used Metro vanpool vans each year to non-profit agencies in need of transportation serving the elderly, disabled, low-income and youth.

DOT policy for highway fatality memorial installations

*from the Washington State Dept. of Transportation


*Goodwin - Harris and Grey - Smith

Birth announcement

*Lee Ann and Dustin Bell of Woodinville have announced thE birth of their son, Alexander Dustin Bell, Aug. 14 at 4:52 a.m. at Evergreen Medical Center in Kirkland.

Allen - O'Neal

*Lara Allen of Woodinville and Brian O'Neal of Edmonds were married June 29 at the Westin Hotel in Ka'anapali on the island of Maui in a sunset ceremony.

Lois Rogers Rapp

*Born in Emerson, New Jersey, Lois and her husband Grant traveled the world with their daughters and lived for eight years in Saudi Arabia.

Obituary: Charles A. Twiss

*July 3, 1915 - Aiug. 20, 2002

Residents receive awards

*Debbie Monroe and Perry Monroe, both of Woodinville, recently earned an award for logging 500 hours in the American Quarter Horse Association Horseback Riding Program.

Dance teacher on way to 'Fabulous Follies'

*Shelagh Moore, a 16-year resident of Woodinville, has retired following 26 years as a dance teacher on the Eastside, the last eight in Woodinville.

IHS grad receives U.S.A.F. commission

*David S. Brill, a 1997 graduate of Inglemoor High School, was recently commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Air Force. He graduated in May, Magna Cum Laude, from Arizona State University with a degree in aerospace engineering.

Duvall Police Report

*Courtesy of the Duvall Police Department