MARCH 31, 1997

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Celebrate Woodinville: a job well done

editorial All of the hundreds of individuals and businesses that worked together on Celebrate Woodinville '97 are to be congratulated on a job well done! It was a great day in Woodinville last Saturday.

Guest Column

Literacy Now: something we can all work for

literacy by Joel Pritchard, former Lt. Governor, 1989-1997, State of Washington
The citizens of the state of Washington have a strong commitment to public education. The record shows a willingness to meet the financial needs of our schools.

Letters to the Editor

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High beams hurt

high beams I would like to remind everyone driving on Avondale road at night to turn off the high beam lights when approaching traffic.

Choose therapist with care

sexual abuse While the media reports the case of a plastic surgeon having sexual contact with unsuspecting patients, there are other situations which affect us in a more immediate way. According to studies, the counseling and psychotherapy fields have a major problem with sexual abuse.

Home seller asks for respect

respect for others Be it a brokers' open or agents with prospective clients, I suggest those showing and those viewing be more respectful of an owner's property or you will find more owners at home, starting with me!

Girl Scout cookie sale ends

Girl Scout cookies The Girl Scout Cookie Sale ended with a record year for Totem Council Valley Service Unit #441! Almost 14,000 boxes of cookies were sold to generous members of the Carnation/Duvall communities.

Questions about shooting range

shooting range Articles appeared recently in local newspapers regarding Northwest Sporting Clays, a shooting range in the Snoqualmie Valley below our home. My wife and I feel very strongly about this subject and want to express our concerns regarding this activity.