Northwest NEWS

July 16, 2001

Editorial

Letters to the Editor

Applause for Northshore neighbors

*The Northshore School Board wishes to publicly thank the Northshore Scholarship Foundation for its outstanding support of the students in our district.
  

2001 Fun Run a success

*The 2001 Fall City Days Fun Run committee would like to thank all those who helped to make this year's run a great success.
  

For our children's sake - 25 to stay alive

*This letter is in response to Don McCormick's letter in the June 20 Valley View. We strongly agree with Mr. McCormick's plea that drivers observe the 25 mph speed limit when traveling through residential neighborhoods, such as Lake Marcel.
  

It was a blast, but turn down the music

*Thank you to the city of Woodinville, JB Lawn and all the affiliates who always make the Fourth of July celebration so festive.
  

Road conditions were dry

*I just read the story entitled "Crash victim upgraded to satisfactory condition" that was featured on page 2 of the July 2 edition of the Woodinville Weekly.
  

Stick to the relevant merits of plan

*A recent opinion concerning school vouchers accuses our state's so-called "liberal democrats" of scuttling the president's voucher plan.
  

Why doesn't Snohomish County have say in siting of sewer plant?

*Copy of a letter sent to Bob Drewel, Snohomish County Executive
  

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