Babies, families need your help
by Jeff Hollingsworth
Babies and families need your help. The health of newborns throughout Washington is taking a back seat because of a short-sighted focus on economics.
Young readers write
Young people have definite ideas about the issues and problems of today's world. Many of them have expressed their views in these letters to the editor written recently to the Woodinville Weekly.
Letters to the Editor
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Community can have fun combining all its talents
Thank you for helping to make the City of Woodinville's Celebrate the Season holiday party a huge success again this year.
Field where horses ran will soon be gone
The Nov. 20, 1995 issue of the Woodinville Weekly ran a picture of horses running in a field on its front page. The picture accompanied an article about the King County Executive Horse Council creating a horse district in the Leota-Wellington area of Woodinville.
Interests of rural King County of little concern to council
I would like to personally thank Councilmembers Louise Miller of the 3rd district and Brian Derdowski of the 12th for their "no" votes on the Blakely Ridge permit ordinances passed recently.
Windfall for the county means a sadder-but-wiser landowner
Every now and then King County sends out a press release on the merits of applying for property tax reductions under the county's Public Benefit Rating System (PBRS), including that printed in the 12-18-95 Woodinville Weekly.