Northwest NEWS

June 11, 2001

Editorial

Letters to the Editor

These coaches are examples of what is right in youth sports

*This time of year the sounds on the baseball diamond echo throughout our community as hundreds of kids take part in Little League Baseball.
  

World needs to recognize wrestling as the sport it is

*I've seen a few letters in your editorial section regarding girls in wrestling. However, I've not had time to respond as we were on our way to Las Vegas for a women's open wrestling tournament.
  

The air is now clear

*How interesting to read the letter in the May 28 Woodinville Weekly entitled "They are waiting for a valid reason for the burn ban."
  

These coaches are examples of what is right in youth sports

*The Cedarcrest Chapter of the National Honors Society thanks the Duvall and Carnation communities, and the students and staff of the Riverview School District for their contributions to the 2001 Community Literacy Drive.
  

Special women make Duvall a beautiful town

*I have been in this town of Duvall for almost a year now. What kept me here was the beautiful town and the people in it.
  

Guest Editorial: What do you say to a wheelchair?

*We read, "She is confined to a wheelchair," or "She is wheelchair bound," describing a woman who was involved with her family and community.
  

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