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Imagine walking down the street in broad daylight and having a constant fear that someone is going to stop you and do horrific things to you just because of your gender.
Each year, families rely on Boys & Girls Clubs to provide a safe, positive place for more than 17,000 King County kids. We believe in their physical, emotional, and intellectual well-being. Closing the opportunity gap, improving grades, reducing high school drop-out rates, and teaching kids to see themselves as learners is crucial. Our programs also reduce juvenile crime rates and instill an attitude of community engagement. Best Starts for Kids, King County Proposition 1, is a critical tool to support these goals.
The Northshore School District is fortunate to have John Hammond running for School Board, position No. 2.
I’m Ken Smith, and I stand for transparency, accuracy and ethical dialogue. I have a long history of fighting for these ideals, such as helping Kenmore accurately disclose and plan for its bridge replacement, and by founding Northshore Citizens for Transparency.
Recently, on the afternoon of Oct. 15, a driver crossed the center line and collided head on with an oncoming truck on the SR 522 bend between 61st Street Northeast and Ballinger Way. He suffered life-threatening injuries after rolling his vehicle.
The Y believes that strong communities can only be achieved when we invest in our youth, health and neighborhoods and that all children deserve the opportunity to achieve their fullest potential, regardless of income, race, or background.
Have you ever had someone point something out that you that was totally obvious but you didn’t want anyone to notice? Just like that huge zit on your face that people can’t stop looking at. It’s a terrible and embarrassing feeling. A lot of people experience it almost every day of their lives.
Both Robert and Debra Turlock have now both penned dishonest letters to the editor about Roz Gorc. Ms. Turlock states that she affirmed “her support for his purchase and development of the back nine of the Wayne Golf Course."
With the upcoming Northshore School District (NSD) school board elections, I feel compelled to advocate for change. I've seen, first hand, the damage that has occurred because of the 'challenge' program that went into effect at our junior high schools several years ago.
By now it should be evident that local elections are fast approaching, elections that could provide us the opportunity to make a significant impact to the future of our city and its growth. A vote for James McNeal will help put us on that right path.
In the upcoming election cycle I have become increasingly concerned about candidate James McNeal.
I’m John Hammond, and here’s why I’m running for Northshore School Board.
Both Robert and Debra Turlock have now both penned dishonest letters to the editor about Roz Gorc.
Ken Smith campaigned against Northshore’s 2014 Capital Projects Bond. Now he’s running for our School Board claiming that Northshore’s finances are not up to his standards.
As president and founding member of Onebothell.org, we are very fortunate to have James McNeal running for the Bothell City Council.
What does your family look like? I have a mom, a dad, two older brothers, two dogs and two cats. Yes, my animals are my family. I have plenty of friends at school who I consider my other family.
Traffic congestion is terrible in Bothell and new development is making it worse.
I moved to Bothell recently because of the changes and the bright future of this city. It appears that the current atmosphere on the council is divisive and toxic, the incumbent has failed the people of our city.
I am responding to Kim Dill’s letter regarding Andy Rheaume and the executive session remark.
I would like to respond to the letter written on Oct. 13 by Kim Dill of Kenmore.