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Robert November 26, 2013 at 09:38 am
I wonder how much of the taxpayers money was wasted during this.
Gail November 26, 2013 at 11:42 am
Indeed Robert. Wonder how long it took to get someone past the "sinister" looking device.Read More Did you pick up on how somebody is attempting to make their own impressions law? Good luck with that Lisa. Hey, I'll have to arrest you. You left your kid's "sinister" looking model on the counter."
PattyPeace October 8, 2013 at 08:26 am
Is the City of Woodinville endorsing the NRA?
PattyPeace October 9, 2013 at 10:37 am
Can the Patch please investigate why Woodinville is partnering with the NRA on a so-calledRead More "Refuse to be a Victim" class? This class is posted right below a notice of "Purple Light Nights" in The Wire, City of Woodinville's e-newsletter. "Purple Light Nights" is supposed to be a way to honor victim's of domestic violence. But, most fatality victim's of domestic violence are killed by guns, the proliferation of which the NRA is apparently dedicated to. So it is very strange. Is the NRA infiltrating the government? Aren't there restrictions on a democratic government endorsing a political group like the NRA?
Bethany October 14, 2013 at 11:38 am
The Refuse To Be A Victim program from the NRA is not a firearms course- it is a personal safety andRead More crime prevention course. Education is the best prevention, and Refuse To Be A Victim gives attendees simple strategies that they can use in their everyday lives to reduce the chances of becoming a victim of crime. The 4 hour seminar does not encourage firearms use or NRA membership, and the NRA does not make money off of people attending- in fact, they give the 82-page crime prevention handbooks that each attendee receives out for free. It is a great community outreach program!
Vicki Tomlinson September 14, 2013 at 09:48 pm
this young man who blatantly destroyed a family's life by using drugs while driving, probably needsRead More some time to think about his actions in a jail or prison. That is the only thing that might make him understand the severity of what he did. Who drives 100 miles an hour? No one who should have a car. My heart aches for Ian's family.
DaveR September 15, 2013 at 08:08 am
Vicki, you're absolutely right. Who drives 100mph on 405 is a good question. Supposedly prior toRead More the crash he'd tweeted he was doing 130mph.
Dale Knapinski September 14, 2013 at 08:41 am
Part of the problem is that the State Patrol dispatchers are rude to citizens that report recklessRead More or drunk drivers. The State Patrol would do better if they took citizen complaints more seriously and actually made a policy to respond with a case number for any reports of reckless or suspected drunk drivers being reported in real time. Many people witnessed this reckless driver in advance and it's possible the resulting tragedy could have been prevented if police made a policy to catch these people in a timely manner.
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