Northwest NEWS

August 19, 2002

Features

Tall ship

*The 185-ft. barque "Europa" enters the Ballard Locks.
  

Students build reading skills through NSD's Literacy Link

*While 250 students attended Northshore School District's four-week elementary/junior high Summer Academy for enrichment and skill-building purposes
  

Carnation sailor keeps eyes on the shores

*In today's hostile times, the United States military continues protecting the freedoms this country was founded on. U.S. service members fighting the war against terrorism in foreign lands make sure America's new war doesn't hit home again.
  

Kindermusik at Snips and Snails

*Two Carnation women entrepreneurs will benefit children and families of the Snoqualmie Valley with their combined talents this summer and fall.
  

Restored B-17 to be in Seattle for flights, tours

*The EAA (Experimental Aircraft Association) Aviation Foundation's B-17 will visit Seattle later this month as part of the association's "Freedom Tour."