Put surplus computers in schools
by U.S. Senator Patty Murray
"We need access to computers in our schools." That's one of the things I hear from students and teachers when I travel to schools across our state.
In a letter printed in the June 24th issue regarding Ring Hill road damage, a misprint made a sentence incomprehensible.
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Snohomish County zoning proposal unfair
I attended the Snohomish County Planning meeting on July 16. I did not speak, but my husband did. I chose to write our complaints instead.
City could defer funds from other projects to finish civic center
I have just learned that the City of Woodinville has refused to part with $1.3 million to improve 124th Avenue NE, despite the fact that two years ago, this street was listed high on the city's C.I.P. list (Capitol Improvement Projects).
King County's example of 'Fleecing of America'
It's time for those who've been fighting the Union Hill-Novelty Hill proposal for two new cities (MPDs) to undertake the same sort of action. The County Council and Locke ought to be brought down for their support of these big developments.
Hook, line, and sinker environmentalist parrotings
Recent news articles and editorials about the state's "dirty" lakes, rivers, and coastal waters are hook, line, and sinker environmentalist parrotings and a press agent's dream.
Volunteers made camp 'Extreme Fun'
This past week, July 15-19, over 150 children, from preschool to teenagers, participated in Camp Fire's Hans Jensen Day Camp in Issaquah.
Support needed now for Cedar County movement
We need community support for the Cedar County movement. We are asking that you help in the effort to create the new county: It's where you live.
Citizens risk 'havoc' with pipeline
A newspaper headline a few weeks ago caught my eye. It said, "Olympic Pipeline leaks fuel, but cause is still not known."