Northwest NEWS

May 27, 2002

Features

New adventures with new friends

*How would it feel to walk like a penguin? A Northshore class studying the nature of penguins got the chance to find out when a former dancer led the class in a penguin-like waddle in the school's hallway.
  
Correction

*The person in the photo that accompanied the article 'Gone with the wind, twice a month'
  
Return to social life can be fulfilling for suddenly single seniors

*After spending decades as one-half of a couple, older adults who find themselves suddenly single can face overwhelming isolation and loneliness.
  
IRS advised teachers to save receipts for new tax deduction

*"Why do some presidents get their own monuments and not others?" "How does a draft work?" "Why did people let the Holocaust happen and not do anything to stop it?"
  
This gas bill stinks

*Your current bill from Puget Sound Energy (PSE) may smell rotten. An informative brochure with a "scratch and sniff" panel containing the distinct odor of natural gas is included in bills this month reaching homes and businesses.
  
Experiencing the magic of Washington, D.C., with kids

*"Why do some presidents get their own monuments and not others?" "How does a draft work?" "Why did people let the Holocaust happen and not do anything to stop it?"