October 1, 2001
Area in danger of losing rural lifestyle
|Our local community is at a crossroads. There are many big decisions to be made regarding growth and our local environment.|
Parents and schools made appropriate choices
|On Sept. 11 Americans were stunned and grief-stricken by the horrific events unfolding on the East Coast.|
Does someone have to die?
|Since I moved down here one year ago I have been concerned about the intersection of 124th and Hwy. 203 (Duvall/Carnation Road).|
Thoughts on national ID cards
|(Copy of a letter sent to President George Bush)|
Policies that hamstring rural activities should be changed
|(Letter to Tri-County Officials regardingTri-County Model 4(d) Rule Response Proposal [Vol. II - Stormwater])|
Guest Editorial: It only takes a second to change a life
|In the last week we have all been touched by the trauma of the terrorist attacks in New York City and Washington, D.C. Hundreds of innocent people became victims of serious burns in one fateful day.|
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