1999 Archives

Vol. 3, Issue 7 - July 1999


    News & other briefs Wallingford Kiddie's Parade, Wallingford Schools on the move, Globetrotters at NSCC, and Sand Point Navel Base events.

    Revved up for reading... Read about the new Greenwood Head Librarian who takes her Honda motorcycle to work.

    Hearing examiner overturns approval of Northgate expansion Judge calls Thornton Creek "a ditch."

    Safeway's Pinehurst Day raises money for Ryther Child Center Assistant manager Diane Austin-Wendel serves up bratwursts to customers.


    Instructor reaches back to his aquatic roots Rob Wallace was practically born with fins. He returns to Aqua Dive to teach infants to swim.

    Relay for Life brings out big hearts Local businesses and volunteers raise money for great cause.


    Salvation and an espresso Lakeside Community Church opens for a new generation of Seattle coffee drinkers.

    Ananda offers techniques in unlearning stress Is stress a conditioned response? Terry McGilloway doesn't think so.


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    What made you do it? Sue Geving explains why she fought Northgate Mall.

    City Council to review Northgate plan Councilman Richard Conlin will work hard to resolve problems.

    Say no to mother-in-law changes Seattle's headed for higher density.


    Fond memories of the old neighborhood gang in Wallingford The late '30s and '40s were a fun time for several young friends before the war. Also notes on Stan's new iMac computer and email, Coon Chicken Inn, Matthew's Market, and other notes.


    Happy to be here, says NSCC's new president Kathleen Noble is silly, playful, and a great asset to North Seattle Community College.


    Quiring honored for monumental achievements Local sculptor Dave Quiring of Quiring Monuments has invented time on labor-saving techniques in his workshop.

    Lake City Chamber hires interim director Former Northgate Lamonts manager, Linda Skurdal, has taken on the task of leading the Chamber through Pioneer Days.


    Jason Trachtenburg's Eye on Music Crystal Forest and Thornton Creek bands profiled.

    On another note... Mavenite at the Bite, Thanks to Peter English at the Fremont Fair, and the Battle of the Bands.

    Concerts in the Park Series announced for the Locks.


    Carkeek Park becomes an inspiration in gardening Guest writer Marianne Sorenson Scholl rants and raves about Washington States native flora proudly displayed for the public to wander.

    Low-cost home repair program offered through FPA Fremont Public Association makes home repair possible for low-income residents of King County - and low-income isn't what it used to be. You too, may qualify.

    Matt Maury's column, Around Your Home Beware of summertime home repair hustlers.

    Plan now for fall tree planting project Mayor Schell wants 20,000 trees planted by the year 2000. Organize your neighbors for free trees now!

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