May 22, 2000
America, buckle up your children
|Across the nation, thousands of law enforcement agencies will be conducting Operation ABC Mobilization--a nationwide push to enforce child passenger safety and seat belt laws.|
Old Woodinville was a wonderful place
|That was a very nice Publisher's Note following Gene Mack's obituary in the May 1st edition. I knew Mack (and Edna, his wife) when I was a little boy spending summer vacations at my grandparents' property.|
Substitute teachers need fair compensation
|Where in Washington are workers required to have college degrees and special certificates, yet receive no leave to earn them?|
Blind left turn
|Two months ago, I relocated to the city of Woodinville. I love it here (despite the obvious traffic congestion). But every day, I risk life and limb making a left turn into the Sunridge condo complex.|
Does our Evergreen Hospital District recognize no limits?
|Right on the heels of opening a new health clinic on the Sammamish Plateau, Evergreen Healthcare is planning for a similar facility in Duvall.|
If passing on the right side is illegal, why doesn't someone do something about it?
|It happens often where I am stopped on the Woodinville-Duvall Road in front of my house so I can make a lefthand turn into my driveway.|
Updated GMP provisions will benefit Valley residents for the long term
|We are writing to express our support for several issues being addressed in the current update of King County's Growth Management Plan.|
Hopefully, efforts will make a difference for kids
|Thank you to the Riverview School District for inviting us to the two-day planning session on May 5th and 6th. We hope our collaborative efforts make a difference.|
Community support appreciated
|I wanted to let folks know how happy and moved I was at the end of our performance on Saturday, May 13, at Pumps and Grinds. We've got a great community out here; I am proud to be a part of it.|
Letter from a young reader
|We have a huge problem in today's society. Youth violence is taking over in our schools. When you wake up in the morning, do you feel safe sending your children to school?|
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