Northwest NEWS

November 12, 2001


Letters to the Editor

Guest Editorial: Math a survival skill

*Sitting down with two expert math teachers, I fidgeted with a piece of paper, anticipating a worthwhile conversation about the role of parents in helping their kids learn math. I would not be disappointed.

Guest Editorial: Giving with confidence

*Since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, Americans have given to private charities in unprecedented amounts - more than $675 million as of Oct.1 - to help the victims of these vicious assaults.

Half-day program is a bonus for everyone

*I am compelled to respond to a letter you published on Oct. 8 regarding the Canyon Creek Elementary half-day Friday weekly schedule.

Message to Duvall city government: open your ears

*The city of Duvall has expanded 330 percent in the last 15 years. They are working hard to enlarge the sewage treatment facility to accommodate even more growth.

The real way to look at Medic One vote

*Why does King County insist that we vote for tax increases to fund services that nearly every county voter considers essential?

Hump pilot speaks truth

*I was somewhat startled to see an article in the Valley View about the underpraised and often ignored hump pilots of the CBI.

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