Northwest NEWS

August 26, 2002

Editorial

National parks are special places that must be protected for our children and for future generations

*Recently, I read a wonderful article about a family's unforgettable road trip to Yellowstone National Park. With "National Parks Service Day" right around the corner (August 25), it reminds me just how important our national parks are.
  
  

Let's get the facts right

*I have been a teacher in Northshore School district for 36 years. Like Kirby Larsen, I am proud of the accomplishments of Northshore, students, staff and parents.
  
  

AWR makes it easier to be informed, involved

*Curious about the "Notice of Proposed Land Use" sign posted down the street from your home or office?
  
  

Scouts appreciate recognition

*Thank you for printing the article about my Eagle Scout Project. I appreciate that you recognize when scouts do projects like that because it doesn't happen very often.
  
  

Just a thanks to all of my hair growing friends

*I would like to let all of my clients and friends in the Woodinville/Duvall area know what a privilege it's been to serve your haircutting needs for these last 14 years.
  
  

Lake Marcel Speeding, Part 2

*This letter is in response to the person who wrote the letter in the August 12th edition about exceeding the speed limit in Lake Marcel.
  
  

In the words of the Chautauquans themselves: 'FANTASTICO!'

*The Duvall Arts Commission wishes to thank everyone who helped to make the New Old Time Chautauqua's residency in Duvall a success.
  
  

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