Northwest NEWS

July 8, 2002

Editorial

Kids, lemonade and lessons for life

*The kids' lemonade stand holds a wealth of learning possibilities. Lessons in math, lessons for life.
  
  

What about vouchers?

*by Lynn Harsh , Executive Director of the Evergreen Freedom Foundation
   The recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling on school vouchers affirms that protecting children's opportunities for an excellent education is more important than protecting a system, no matter how revered the system is.
  
  

Things must change at WHS

*The past two years I have had a son that has gone to Woodinville High School and he will be a senior this next year. I wouldn't know first hand what exactly is going on at the high school, but my son and his friends tell me all about it.
  
  

Customer service does matter regardless of the cost

*I just wanted to write to share my concern for the lack of customer service I am finding theses days.
  
  

'Venison all around'

*"She must be powerful late for something!" my pal Daniel exclaimed as the shiny new Mercedes SUV zipped past us.
  
  

Woodinville Chamber leads in supporting transportation solutions

*The Woodinville Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors has passed a resolution to support Referendum 51, making the Chamber a leader in finding solutions for safer roads and traffic relief.
  
  

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