Northwest NEWS

October 7, 2002

Local News

41 tobacco licensees refuse to sell cigarettes to minors

*Liquor Control Board enforcement agents conducted 41 tobacco compliance checks on Sunday, Sept. 22, in King County.
  
  

WFLSD units respond to residential structural fire

*Woodinville Fire and Life Safety (WFLSD) Battalion 31 units responded to residential structure fire at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 2, in the 18000 block of 168th Ave. Northeast.
  

PSE customers in line for rate cut

*Puget Sound Energy (PSE) filed a proposal with state regulators to cut its natural gas rates for the third time this year because of lower than anticipated wholesale natural gas prices.
  

Police Beat

* A man parked his car in the 17600 block of Garden Way Northeast and walked over to the movies. Upon his return he discovered his car was missing.
  

Primary election results

*King County Prosecuting Attorney Norm Maleng (R) 212,190 100%King County Prosecuting Attorney Norm Maleng (R) 212,190 100%
  

Framing for Food

*Museum Quality Framing will be participating in a nationwide food drive put on by custom picture framing companies.
  

Area artist wins in Bumbershoot contest

*This year's open competition encouraged young artists from grades K-6 to submit a drawing of Bumberville.
  

The new Teen Room at the Woodinville Community Center is seeking some final donations.

*The new Teen Room at the Woodinville Community Center is seeking some final donations.
  

Wedding: Pygott - Rigsby

*Ingrid Pygott and Mark Rigsby were married July 22 at First Lutheran Church in Bothell. Ingrid wore her maternal grandmother's wedding dress from 1953. The couple honeymooned in Tahiti and are making their home in Kenmore.
  

DOL offers new online services

*The Washington State Department of Licensing (DOL) now offers customers two new online service options.
  

Obituarys

*Linda was born in Spokane and resided in Woodinville.