FEBRUARY 17, 1997

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Guest Column

Supporting education reform

education reform by Sen. Rosemary McAuliffe, D-Bothell, Washington State Legislature
Recently, a University of Washington report entitled "Future of Washington Schools Project" graded Washington's public schools. It revealed what many already suspected...

Letters to the Editor

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Computer police not a good idea

computer police Regarding the recent letter from Raymond Rhodes about censoring the Internet: Hey Ray, can I have the job? It will take a lot of effort, but I think we can control the flow of dangerous and nasty information that sneaks into the computer.

No right to determine what locates in neighborhood

Children's Country House As a neighbor of the future "Children's Country House," a medical facility attempting to locate in a Hollywood Hill neighborhood zoned for rural use, I have a few questions for Mary Shemesh and her management team.

Grown-ups: Think back on your own teen years

teen years I don't see what all the schools and parents are complaining about when kids sag their pants. The grown-ups say they look like bell bottoms, so I'll bet you wore bell bottoms, also. They say it looks stupid. To the people who sag, it looks just fine.

Wishes for the Valley

Valley wishes After 81 years, it amazes me each January that I am still around and capable of writing a letter to the editor. Now, I have some wishes for Carnation, my home for 39 years, and this beautiful valley.

Volunteer firefighters help maintain a community

volunteer firefighters The Volunteer firefighters of District 45 in Duvall would like to invite you and your family to our open house this Saturday, Feb. 22. Being a volunteer firefighter is my way of assuring Duvall remains a wonderful community.