Northwest NEWS

January 25, 1999

Editorial

Guest Editorial

Hepatitis B and the safety of Hepatitis B vaccine

Hepatitis B vaccineDue to a recent ABC "20/20" television show on hepatitis B vaccine, the public may have questions or concerns about hepatitis B and the safety of hepatitis B vaccine.

Letters to the Editor

Not everyone wants the UAC to represent them

UACFall City is indeed at a crossroads, but in my opinion, many of the directions the King County-appointed Citizens Advisory Committee is taking will lead to dead ends.

It's everyone's job to be prepared for a disaster

Emergency PreparednessOn January 12, 1999, the Hollywood Hill Elementary School PTA sponsored a meeting about Emergency Preparedness. In attendance were over ninety parents, teachers, and staff members who heard a comprehensive program.

Everyone needs to hear us condemn gay bashing and the hatred and fear that cause it

gay bashingYour January 11 edition included the story "Northshore, Riverview districts not immune to gay bashing." Thank you for reporting on this important topic.

EFSEC and U.S. Forest Service failed to hold any public hearings on the Cross Cascade pipeline

Cross Cascade pipelineIn an editorial which appeared on Jan. 17, the Seattle P-I put its finger on a number of reasons to reject the application of Olympic Pipe Line Co. to construct a Cross Cascade pipeline.

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