April 5, 1999
Teachers need salary increase
I have been an educator and administrator in Northshore for 21 years. I feel proud and fortunate that I am surrounded daily by professional, hard-working, and dedicated educators.
Letters to the Editor
Response time is cause for concern
One of the parts of feeling good about Woodinville is that I have felt safe. It was with great concern then, that for the first time I and my co-workers needed the police, our experience was not one of feeling safe.
Kudos to everyone
Just a short comment on the Woodinville parade. From the comments I heard, it was a grand success. Every year the parade gets bigger and better.
Oil companies should do their part
We are incensed that Texaco, Shell, and Arco, a.k.a. Olympic Pipe Line Company, are moving forward on plans to build a gasoline pipeline through the Snoqualmie Valley
Cans help train dogs for the deaf
I wish to thank Bartells in Bothell for saving their empty pop cans for me.
More on cellular service at Cottage Lake
I have cellular service provided by AWS. There are at least three cellular base stations within a mile of my home, yet when I am within three miles of my home, my phone's signal strength all but disappears.
Other needs come before athletic fields
I feel I must answer the letter concerning the athletic fields at Cedarcrest High School. The writer challenged those of us who voted against them to look our athletes in the face and answer "why."
License Tab Initiative can solve problems
How do working families spell relief? The $30 License Tab Initiative is how. This initiative sets license tab fees at $30 per year for your motor vehicle regardless of make, model, year, or value.
R.H.Y.T.H.M. auction a big success
Thanks to all the many community members and local businesses who made the first R.H.Y.T.H.M Auction a success.
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