Northwest NEWS

September 9, 2002

Local News

Correction:

*The photo that accompanied the article 'Woodinville pilot joins patriotic flight across America' in the August 26th.
  
  

Police Beat

*Compiled by John Price from Woodinville Police reports
  

Candidates face off in fall primary

*The Sept. 17 primary election acts as the formal legal nominating process for all federal and legislative partisan offices, said King County Elections Superintendent Julie Anne Kempf.
  

Permitting to be discussed

*Learn about the permitting process now that King County has chosen a preferred site for the Brightwater plant Thursday, Sept. 12, from 6:30-9 p.m. at Bear Creek Grange, 22729 Highway 9, Woodinville.
  

Council holds public hearing on Brightwater Wastewater Plant

*The Woodinville City Council will host a public hearing to accept citizen comments on Brightwater, the proposed regional wastewater treatment facility, Monday, Sept. 16, at 7:30 p.m. at Woodinville City Hall, Council Chambers, 17301 133rd Ave. NE.
  

'Messages of Hope' artists honored

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

Local units respond to 9-1-1 fire call

*Bothell Fire and E.M.S. crews responded to a call at 18625 92nd Ave. NE with units from Woodinville Fire and Life Safety and Northshore Fire Department at approximately 4:10 p.m. last Friday, Sept. 6.
  

Wedding

*Molly Powell married Dr. Umit Kucuk Aug. 10 at the Woodmark Hotel in Kirkland.
  

Read becomes Eagle Scout

*Curtis Read of Woodinville received his Eagle Scout Award at a Court of Honor held at the Cottage Lake building of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Aug. 15.
  

Overlake, Evergreen launch joint cardiac program

*Kicking off an unprecedented, far-reaching relationship, Evergreen Hospital Medical Center and Overlake Hospital Medical Center last week announced a joint organization and open-heart surgery program.
  

Prosecutors file charges filed in Monroe calf attacks

*Kevin Broers, 19, of Monroe, was charged last week with three felony counts of animal cruelty, three counts of second-degree burglary and one count of malicious mischief.
  

Scouts make 50-mile ride on Iron Horse Trail

*Woodinville Boy Scout Troop 909 recently tackled the Iron Horse Trail
  

Farm tours offered

*Farm LLC is offering two school field trip programs in October: a visit to the Pumpkin Farm for preschool through third grade students, and a trip to the Farm Animals Corn Maze for second graders and older.
  

Candidates face off in fall primary

*According to state law, Washington primary elections act as the formal legal nominating process for all federal and legislative partisan offices, said King County Elections Superintendent Julie Anne Kempf.