In the couple of decades I’ve been attending Daily World Citizen of the Year Awards Banquets, I’ve come away each time with the same feeling — struck by the number of people in my community who structure their lives around the selfless things they do for others.
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I was struck this week by the connection of a couple of news stories in our paper — the consideration of removing the “Come As You Are” motto on the Welcome to Aberdeen sign, and the outrage over a Hoquiam café owner’s statement that he wanted to nurture an environment where “traditional,” married couples, meaning males and females, could come for a night out.
June 1 is when we’ll begin delivering a print edition of The Daily World three days a week instead of six and updating news on the website and social media pages between print cycles.