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Justice in Motion — It’s tax time …

Every January I write a column on taxes. It is remarkable how many folks don’t take advantage of tax credits. In this community we have a lot of low- to moderate-income working families and individuals who qualify for some or all of these credits—many of whom fail to claim these credits. This is the time to mention to family, friends and neighbors they should look into this.

Girl keeps parents in the dark about roommate

Dear Abby: I am moving out of my parents’ place soon to be with one of my best guy friends, but I haven’t told my parents who I’m moving in with. In the past, they have caught on to my lies when I was going through my “phase,” but I have been trying hard to be honest with them, so I don’t want to lie.

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Commercialization puts Santa atop woman’s naughty list

Dear Abby: I have decided that when I have kids I don’t want to do the whole “Santa” thing. I’d rather tell them about the real St. Nicholas and what it means to give rather than to receive. Even though I’m not religious, I’ll tell them about the birth of Jesus (even though he wasn’t born in December), and tell them about the winter solstice.

Justice in Motion — A special guest from O3A

Olympic Area Agency on Aging (often called O3A or OAAA) is a wonderful resource for Grays Harbor, Pacific, Clallam and Jefferson Counties. Their mission is to help seniors and persons with disabilities maintain their dignity, health and independence in their homes, through a comprehensive and coordinated system of home and community-based services.