1999 Archives

Vol. 3, Issue 11 - November 1999


    Northgate Mall to demolish hospital building Lifesaving cancer research may come to a halt, claims tenant.

    Meadowbrook residents raise concerns over Post Office plan

    Northgate owners respond Owner asks community activists to end law suits.

    NW Hospital closes incinerator for good


    Proposed playfield creates a stir Nathan Hale High School to get stadium-like playfield.

    Friends of Meridian seek donations

    Sports and Recreation briefs Last Open Space needs name, Green Lake Reservoir, Creek workshops, Postcards, Olympic View kids train for marathon, Beavers at Meadowbrook, View Ridge playfield and Off-Leash area workshop.


    Calvary Temple to host Christmas festival Local church features top local talent for exciting entertainment.

    Ushler-Prosser engagement Betty Bartholomews daughter, Gina, to be married.

    Ananda embracing the new millenium Spiritual leaders from California to visit.

    Wrong number Sacred Oasis number reported incorrectly.


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    Playfield plan is cause for concern By Betty Jennings.

    Mayor's proposal to ban circuses is misguided By Betty Bartholomew.

    Greetings from Musician's Guild By Tom Dziekonski.

    Thanks from the Maven Vandalism could have delayed paper if locals hadn't come to rescue.

    A moveable beast By Jane Lotter.


    My life on the internet By Stann Stapp.


    Rep. Kenney to host child-care forum at NSCC Kenney calls parents and their employers to find creative solutions to child-care.

    Nathan Hale singers to perform at Carnegie Hall

    Hale names national merit commended students

    NSCC to open two buildings Child Care building and High Technology Learning Center open.

    Lake City Rotary awards scholarships


    Lake City auction and spaghetti dinner on Dec. 4

    Local artists' creation makes Big Apple debut Pat Cole, Chris Daly, and Hahn Rossman create a work of art.

    Valentine's: a barber shop with hip-hop flair

    Consultant helps clients get Organized Indeed Barbara Caldecoat can help you get rid of your clutter.

    Two Northgate area properties sold Wallace Properties of Bellevue buys two shopping strips.


    Civic Light Opera to present Boys From Syracuse

    Empty Space opens 30th season with Psychic Life

    Essential Baking to open on-site cafe

    Photo exhibit at Arts N Flowers

    Taproot presents Sanders Family Christmas

    Attention artists: Roosevelt wants you Roosevelt Arts Council will hold a competition for a signature identity piece.

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