Northwest NEWS

August 5, 2002

Editorial

Roadside memorials don't ruin a country drive

*This is a response to a letter that was published in the July 22 Letters to the Editor that was entitled "SR 203 should be a nice drive in the country without reminders of death."
  
  

As I drive on Route 203 I see many things

*see fields of beautiful flowers. I see deer nose to nose with llamas and draft horses. I see baby cows with their moms.
  
  

Attacks on buses were a big deal

*At the end of the 2001-2002 school year in Northshore, several buses at a particular location were attacked.
  
  

Concerts offer a glimpse of what could be

*My husband and I would like to commend the community groups that have sponsored the musical evenings at Cottage Lake Park.
  
  

It's not too late to make a difference I was at the first meeting for the Downtown Master Plan in February, where over 60 people braved the snow to give comments. I also attended the later meetings.

*My impression from the meetings has been that there was real division in what people want.
  
  

This year's Fourth of July celebration was especially memorable

*This year's 4th of July celebration was an especially memorable one due to what has been happening in our country.
  
  

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