Northwest NEWS

July 15, 2002

Editorial

4th of July celebration reflects strong community support

*The Woodinville City Council wishes to acknowledge the support of our seventh annual Family 4th of July Fireworks Celebration that included tremendous financial, in-kind and volunteer support.
  
  

10-story buildings in Woodinville?

*Interested in 10-story high buildings in downtown Woodinville? In his own words, that's the height a local developer has been "lobbying hard" for to "create enough volume for a successful project."
  
  

Walker thankful for support

*I want to thank the Duvall community for supporting the Avon Breast Cancer Event this year.
  
  

Scientist says keep teacher at WHS

*While I haven't lived in the Northwest for three years now, every morning when I get to my office at University Medical Center in Tucson, Ariz., the first thing I do is check my email and read the Seattle Times online.
  
  

Is the Council creating a problem that can't be 'lived' with?

*There was another fatal accident on 136th Ave NE (and 205th) a couple of weeks ago.
  
  

Students should be put ahead of rule book

*During my three years at Woodinville High School, I had the pleasure of spending two in one of Dr. Larry Gulberg's chemistry classes: first, an honors-level introduction to chemistry, and then a college-level advanced placement course.
  
  

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