Changing the world--one life at a time
by The Salvation Army
Salvation Army bells have been a Christmas tradition in the Northwest for over 100 years. The bells ring out a message of help and hope.
It's time for Referendum 48 opponents to keep their promise
by Don C. Brunell, President, Association of Washington Business
Opponents of Referendum 48, the property rights law, assured voters they were not against property rights, they just didn't like the law passed in the 1995 legislature.
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Be children's most positive role models
"Why do you live in Woodinville?" Usually, the first or second reason is "the schools." Stop and think about it.
Both sides of incorporation campaign the same
I noticed during the recent campaign that at least one candidate felt it was very important to call attention to the fact that another candidate had worked on the anti-incorporation side during Woodinville's incorporation.
First and last HHA meeting
Although I have been a resident of Hollywood Hill for 10 years, I had never attended a meeting of the Hollywood Hill Association (HHA) until last week. It was my first meeting. It was also my last.
Down & Dirty, Part II
Many hands made short work of Down & Dirty, Part II, planting around 375 native plants in about two hours on Nov. 18.
Safe Halloween a cooperative effort
There were many individuals who made Safe Halloween a success, and the Greater Bothell Association would like to thank all who participated.
Over the cuckoo's nest, twice
I was taught that a working democracy is a government operated by the wishes of the entire voter population.
CPT protecting investment in lifestyle
Final approval is yet to be given for construction of two development: the strongly-opposed MPDs/UPDs, Blakely Ridge and Northridge, on 2000 acres of forested land east of Redmond, on both sides of Novelty Hill Road.