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I disagree with another reader's comments that "The Flag Lady" appears to be promoting flags of other countries over our own and that she should fly the U.S. flag above the others that she displays.
Kudos to the kids at Kenmore Junior High for choosing a day of silence to protest bullying against gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender students. With… Continue reading
I'm making reference to the "grillwork" that has popped up at almost every corner of Bothell Way as one drives through Kenmore. I can't think of any other way to describe it than just plain ugly.
I am a student currently enrolled in the Northshore School District. I would like to voice my displeasure with the "Day of Silence" activity (Kenmore Junior High, April 16) promoting homosexuality. I am supportive of gay and lesbian rights, but I know that they should not be brought into the schools.
Apparently, I have somehow missed a recent Bothell City Council decision to reimburse our city manager for “his cost” of acquiring a master’s degree. I totally agree with Paul Cowles (former Bothell mayor) in the belief that the cost is a lifelong benefit to the one obtaining the advanced degree, and the taxpayers of Bothell shouldn’t be expected to pay for a city employee to obtain an elevated education.
From the Kenmore Junior High Web site:This Friday, April 16 is the National Day of Silence. Thousands of students across the country will silently protest… Continue reading