Northwest NEWS

September 2, 2002

Local News

Bothell is counting the seconds for safer pedestrian crossings

*Bothell is now among very few cities in the state of Washington testing pedestrian crossing count down signals.

Calves beaten on Monroe farm

*According to the Snohomish County Sheriff's office, a Monroe man has been arrested following the fatal beating of calves at a local dairy farm.

Libraries to hold 9-11 memorial services

*Eastside libraries are planning Sept. 11 memorial services. For details, call Sandy Moreno at (425) 788-3598.

Remembering Sept. 11, 2001

*The community is invited to join Woodinville Fire and Life Safety District (WFLSD) at two ceremonies to be held on Sept. 11 in memory of all those who lost their lives on Sept. 11, 2001.

Group not on cloud nine over Route 9 Brightwater

*Moms and dads - many of them professionals - boomers and retirees, 80 in all, gathered in the Church of Christ, Woodinville, recently to learn about possible impacts a 36 million-gallon-a-day sewer plant could have on their lives.

Arts, cultural programs receive funding boost

*The Metropolitan King County Council approved over $1.5 million in grants that will go to 71 arts and cultural projects throughout the county.

Reeves serves as Congressional Page

*Bryan Reeves, a junior at Woodinville High School, recently served as a Congressional Page in the U.S. House of Representatives

Sign up to be a Salmon Watcher

*If you're the kind of person who would rather spend time experiencing nature than watching about it on television, King County invites you to become part of an incredible Northwest Experience.

Adopt a Grandparent

*Elder Friends has trained volunteers who want to "adopt a grandparent.

Wedding: Heather and Joe Lyons

*Heather and Joe Lyons were married July 27 at Bear Creek Country Club.

Fun at the fair

*Heather and Joe Lyons were married July 27 at Bear Creek Country Club.

Lois Rogers Rapp

*Zack Board, 14, of Woodinville, gives his 2-year-old Holstein heifer, Dante, a hug in the cow barn at the Evergreen State Fair in Monroe.