Northwest NEWS

October 14, 2002

Local News

Police Beat

*A man went to visit his friend in the 13300 block of Northeast 171st and parked his 1990 Dodge Spirit. Three or four hours later the man went outside to find his car missing.

Firefighter's killer sentenced

*Tony Cullum, found guilty of first-degree manslaughter for a fight outside a Snohomish bar last Feb.26, was sentenced to eight years in prison.

Statewide Amber Alert Plan

*Gov. Gary Locke recently unveiled the Washington State Statewide Amber Plan, a new coordinated effort to help law enforcement quickly find abducted children.

Human bone found near Woodinville

* The King County Medical Examiner's office reports they are still working to identify a human bone found near the Upper Bear Creek Conservation Area just off Paradise Lake Road.

Sorenson pool racks up repair bills

*Since February 2002, the aging Sorenson Pool has racked up a repair bill totaling $20,000 in expenditures.

Man attempts robbery at Cottage Lake bank

*At 4:15 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 9, there was what King County Sheriff's Sgt. Greg Dymerski called "an attempted robbery" at the Bank of America, Cottage Lake branch, at 19160 NE Woodinville-Duvall Rd.

Kathy Lambert named vice-chair of KC Council Budget Panel

*As the King County Council prepares for its 2003 buget negotiations, Councilmember Kathy Lambert will take a leadership role as Vice-Chair of the Budget and Fiscal Management Committee's Capital Budget panel.

Wells - Lawrence

*Kimberly Wells and James Lawrence were married Sept. 7 at Robinswood House in Bellevue

Teen artists wanted

*The Woodinville Teen Program is seeking Woodinville teen artists to submit works for a new mural wall in the recently opened Teen Room.

Woodinville resident joins the Navy

*Austin M. Kerber of Woodinville recently joined the Navy for guaranteed training in the Airman Apprenticeship Program.

'A View from the Top'

*Woodinville Fire and Life Safety crews practiced their climbing techniques.