Northwest NEWS

May 6, 2002

Editorial

Woodinville's Family Fireworks Show focusing on community involvement

*Woodinville's 7th Annual Family Fireworks Show is just around the corner. Our goal for 2002 is to bring a great sense of community to this event by focusing on you. After all, we work here, we live here and we like to play here, too.   

The purpose of I-780: Candidates should take the WASL

*I-780, "Candidates Take the WASL," has begun to attract the attention of voters throughout the state, particularly now that we have once again entered the three weeks of WASL testing. I am writing to explain the purposes of I-780.   

Earth Day should be every day

*"How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world." Anne Frank, Holocaust diarist (1929-1945)   

Fund-raiser will benefit students at summer academy

*The Northshore Public Education Foundation thanks the generous merchants and friends who supported our very successful Spring For Learning Fund-Raiser on April 24.   

Roundabout? Look behind you

*The saga continues with the proposed roundabout.   

Beware of peddlers of snake oil and miracle cures

*Ms. Smith and the Right to Work Committee opened their stand selling the citizens of Washington the slickest of snake oils.   

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