Northwest NEWS

July 5, 1999

Editorial

Letters to the Editor

Partners in Education greatly appreciated

Partners in EducationAs a public school teacher, I am always reminded of the problems at our public schools. Winding down the year, I would like to speak to a non-profit organization that has proven to be a wonderful oasis in the desert.

Mariners owe writer $10 and an apology

apology owedI'm a paraplegic who uses a manual wheelchair, and I drive a 1985 Ford T-Bird, instead of a van with a wheelchair lift. No dice, they wouldn't let us in and didn't give us any alternatives.

Children's Services of Sno-Valley appreciates support for annual auction

annual auctionSo many people and businesses deserve a huge thank you from Children's Services of Sno-Valley for their support of our just-passed annual auction that it is impossible to list them all.

Fall City Days a big success thanks to community help

Fall City DaysWe hope you attended the 28th annual Fall City Days.

Northshore athletes deserve the same opportunities as those from other districts

equal opportunitiesThe opportunities for athletes needs to be consistent throughout all school districts in Kingco League. The student-athletes from all school districts in Kingco should have the same opportunities.

Adolescent violence caused by home conditions, families

Adolescent violenceAdolescent violence troubles us more today than it ever did before. The reason I believe adolescents commit various crimes and are so violent is the way they were born and raised in their home.

Student exchanges lead to understanding

Student exchangesSo many times you turn on the television and see countries fighting because they do not understand and have a respect for each other's cultures. I believe that a way to help solve this problem is to have more student exchanges.

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