Northwest NEWS

April 1, 2002


Letters to the Editor

Guest Editorials

*This afternoon I watched them bring someone out of Ground Zero. From 39 stories up and 300 yards away, the workers are small figures an eighth of an inch tall.

Writer sends luck o' the Irish

*It was delightful to see your four leaf clover on the cover of your St. Patrick's Day edition replacing a letter.

Residents need to reassess their reasons for having horses

*This is in response to Kathleen Neese's letter in your paper dated March 18. I totally share in her opinion of the needs of horses.

Why are our children failing at penmanship?

*Kathy Chiles' comments on penmanship struck a chord with me. I was horrified when my daughter entered kindergarten in 1990 in the Northshore School District and discovered Duvall was used.

Public needs to be kept informed

*The acceptance and expenditure of funds contributed by non-federal public entities sounds fine as described in the notice as being limited to expending the processing of permits required from the A.C.E.

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