Northwest NEWS

August 14, 2000

Editorial

Letters to the Editor

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Letters to the EditorCommunity has shown generosity.
  

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Letters to the EditorDuvall is full of people who care. I'd like to take a moment to thank those people who brighten others' lives.
  

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Letters to the EditorYour Wilmot Park Aug. 6th Maya Soleil African music and dance seemed like a page out of National Geographic magazine.
  

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Letters to the EditorI am just wondering why bicyclists find it necessary to ride their bikes on Snoqualmie Road and up the Novelty Hill.
  

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Letters to the EditorWe, the citizens, have been told our city will dry up and blow away if we don't buy a sewer to revitalize the business district.
  

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Letters to the EditorA modest reply to Ms. Maxine Keeling's letter in your July 31st edition.
  

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Letters to the EditorThe many people who so thoroughly enjoyed Duvall's Sandblast Arts Festival this past July 29 and 30 have several groups and individuals to thank.
  

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Letters to the EditorHere are seven undeniable facts about the United States Government's financial picture.
  

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Letters to the EditorI have a question that no one has been able to reasonably answer for me and I wonder if it has occurred to anyone else.
  

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Letters to the EditorLast weekend I invited my family to Duvall's Sandblast Festival.
  

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Letters to the EditorAnd if you look at the national averages, you'll find that the 16-25 age group incurs a high percentage of accidents.
  

Guest Esitorial

Guest EsitorialThe distance between Point A and Point B equals the distance between Point B and Point A. Or in the words of Mother Goose.
  

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