Work-at-home ads promise big earnings but deliver a lot of grief
by Teresa S. Maher
It's Sunday morning, and you are flipping through the classifieds in your local newspaper. The following ad leaps out at you: "HOMEOWNERS, EARN $1,000 PER MONTH OR MORE! Part-time, work from your home. Rush stamped envelope."
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Federal aid available for windstorm, flood victims
Due to the recent declaration of a federal disaster area, a toll-free teleregistration hotline is now available to those citizens affected by the recent Washington floods and windstorms.
Thanks to the community
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Angels of mercy
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Support for council disclosure proposal
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Show support and pride in Norhshore
All three of the Northshore School District's bond and levy measures deserve support at the polls on February 6.
Demand fathers' accountability
The Washington Alliance Concerned with School Age Parents (WACSAP) has launched a ground-breaking campaign, CAADD (Child Advocates Against Delinquent Dads), to demand life-changing consequences for the adult males who cause most of the pregnancies of school-age girls.