January 11, 1999
Winter got you down? Blues, melancholy, doldrums?
Fall and winter are the most common times to be less than our usual best. Although most other creatures know it's time to hibernate or fly south, for most of us, that's not an option.
Letters to the Editor
Thank you, Rep. Backlund
The outlook for our area and this state is certainly more positive than it might have been, thanks in great part of the accomplishments of 45th District Rep. Bill Backlund.
A letter to post office patrons
The Maltby Food Bank families were richly blessed with all the gifts you gave to them this year. Thank you for helping us provide a special Christmas for our families.
Re: Navigating around the waters
No significant problems? Come on. For people who commute to Duvall, the problem was on your front page!
Salmon Recovery program could add to the potential havoc
It makes one shudder at the potential havoc that will ensue due to the misguided, scientifically-void Salmon Recovery program proposed by Governor Gary Locke.
Why isn't the 1999 benefit charge rate lower?
The Woodinville Fire & Life Safety District's notice of its 1999 "benefit charge" of $.325/$1,000 of assessed valuation raises questions.
Response from the community was truly heartwarming
Recently, some friends of our family experienced a tragedy that we all hope we will never have to deal with. On the evening of Dec. 22, they had a house fire that burned them out of their Woodinville home.
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