JANUARY 27, 1997

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Tireless commitment from School Board members

school board by Cheryl de Boer and Karen Orsinger
Would you respond to an ad for employment that required you to work long hours, make public appearances, and comply with a wide variety of federal and state laws ... all with no pay?

Guest Column

Playboy Channel scrambling leaves little to the imagination

Playboy Channel by Pam L. Williams
Has anyone else in town has noticed that TCI Cable Channel 99 is The Playboy Channel in the evening? It is supposed to be scrambled, but it does not leave too much to the imagination!

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Children's Country House a blessing for many

Children's Country House In response to Lisa Albright's unfounded accusations regarding Children's Country House: I am assuming her cruel remarks are based on her ignorance and lack of experience with children who have special health care needs, or perhaps old-fashioned fear.

Nurturing home a dream come true

Children's Country House The article on Children's Country House was a catalyst for an amazing and generous community response. Many acts of kindness and giving have occurred, from handmade quilts and volunteer nanny services to building materials.

Bothell police deserve better

new police HQ After the flooding of the past few weeks, it's become apparent that we do need new police headquarters.

Judicious use of bond dollars

new police HQ On Feb. 4, Bothell citizens will vote on a bond issue for a new police station. If this bond passes, homeowners will be assessed $4.69/month on a home valued at $150,000. What will these dollars provide?

Cadman's neighbors ignored

Cadman rock quarry People concerned about the quality of life in the Tualco Valley need to mark their calendars for a very important public meeting Feb. 1, 3 p.m. at Tualco Grange.

A note of thanks

thanks We wish to express our sincere thanks to our friends.

Reckless speed on Herbfarm issue

Herbfarm I'm expressing my deep concern over proposed Ordinance 96-574, and the reckless speed at which the Council is pursuing closure to the issue of what becomes of the Herbfarm restaurant.