Northwest NEWS

February 21, 2000

Editorial

Letters to the Editor

Keep listening for those chainsaws

illegal loggingCurrently, there is no way to halt the illegal logging rapidly. Unfortunately, it takes only a few hours in some cases to erase perhaps almost a hundred years of growth. We are all at risk from this type of activity.

What does Valentine's Day mean to you?

theftValentine's Day is usually a day to show someone you care and it is a day to give. For me, this past Valentine's Day was a day to take.

Commissioners need diversity of opinions

diversity of opinionsWhat kind of society do we have when a duly-elected Woodinville Fire & Life Safety Commissiner cannot state his feelings and beliefs about saving taxpayers' dollars and is removed from a committee?

An open letter to members of the Bothell community

citizen participationCitizen participation in local governance through its advisory and quasi-judicial boards is a key element to a community's vitality.

Vote "yes" on Feb. 29

Riverview Schools levyThe Riverview School District has its Replacement Maintenance and Operations levy on the Feb. 29th ballot. Supporting our schools is the number one thing all of us can do to make our community strong.

Friends of Cherry Valley? Or Snoqualmie Valley pretense?

quarry oppositionResidents of Duvall are dead against having a new rock quarry in Cherry Valley. I say, "Get a grip."

Keep the pride in Riverview

Riverview Schools leviesThe members of the Riverview Education Association urge to you to vote "yes" on February 29th. There are three measures included in this School Election.

Mayor thanks those who served city well

Carnation mayorI would like to express my thanks to the City of Carnation for their recent recognition of my work as Mayor. It was indeed an honor serving the City during the past four years.

Thanks, but we'll skip Little League

Little LeagueOnce again, I received the flyer about Little League baseball here in the Valley, and was a bit dismayed.

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