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At the National Archives, my nose was mere inches from the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. As my eye followed the bold loops and underlines of the Constitution’s familiar signatures, I could not help but reflect on our nation’s founders and think back on their struggles and debate as they strove to define and re-forge their newborn nation.
One month ago, Robert Goodwin and Sean and Michelle Lindsey were living out their lives just like the rest of us. Sadly, their precious lives were cut short by sudden and senseless tragedies.
With months of campaigning behind him, and with his sweeping November vote tallies counted and certified, Dow Constantine officially took office as the new King County Executive on Tuesday, Nov. 24.
I grew up in this area in the 1960s and early 70s. To us kids, anything a mile from our street or our neighborhood was exotic and different. But when our mothers told us to “go outside and play,” we got on our bikes and cheerfully ranged far from home — probably farther than our parents would ever permit, had they known!
In the Tuesday, Aug. 18, primary election, Snoqualmie Valley voters get their say on races, including a three-way race between Scott Hodgins, Geoff Doy and Paul Houldridge for Snoqualmie Valley School District’s open district 1 seat, and a seven-person King County Executive slate.
This week we are running a story about Kathryn Lerner, a school board member, sending her child to an out-of-district high school. I do respect the fact that she did this above board and have a lot of respect for her as a school board member. I think she has been a strong replacement for Kim Horn.