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In my 12 years growing up in the Lake Washington School District, I never attended a school that had a school garden program. This is not uncommon: of the nine high schools, nine middle schools and 13 elementary schools I contacted in the district, only about a third of them have school gardens which students have the opportunity to participate in directly.
Community Events, January 2015
Let me start by saying I really enjoy football. My two favorite teams are playing this weekend, Seattle and Green Bay. Here is my take. Sports fans have complained for years that we should review plays when in doubt. Now it is done way too much.
In response to Puget Sound Energy’s Jan. 2 op-ed, “Energize Eastside, the only way,” the debate about the need for the Energize Eastside Project is not whether the Eastside will need more electricity in the future. Instead it is about:
I, for one, appreciate the police, fire department and aid units. They are the backbone of our city. William E. Lindstrom Sr., Redmond
Statement issued by Executive Dow Constantine regarding the Governor’s proposed statewide transportation plan: “I want to thank the Governor for continuing to seek a comprehensive, statewide transportation plan that improves mobility across the Central Puget Sound region and throughout the state.