“Let It Go”
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Grays Harbor bar makes oil journey perilous
Once again, the kids come through
It’s easier than ever to find a local movement supporting the act of shopping locally. Joining one is even easier!
If you haven’t filled out your ballot yet, I hope you’ll join me in voting for Stan Pinnick.
You know how we all sit around and complain how government wastes our tax dollars.
Voting is a right, but it is also an obligation. It is through the voting process that we ensure equal representation for all citizens, not just those who showed up on voting day.
Since guns are here to stay ...
Know a great local business in town? Don’t be silent about it. Small businesses need your help, so open up and help spread the word any time you’re impressed by a Grays Harbor owned shop.
Decisions on school finance in the next legislative session could dramatically hurt Grays Harbor schools. The leading proposal provides more state salary allocations to urban areas than rural schools and allows urban schools far greater levy resources.
Like many people in Aberdeen who think it is time for a change, We’re voting for Erik Larson to be our next mayor. Erik was born and raised in our city, left town for a college education at WSU and returned here to make it his home. Erik is an engineer for a local company and has been very deeply involved in the community, attending council meetings and volunteering around the community. Erik is very smart on the issues that affect us, has new common sense ideas to bring jobs back to town and most importantly, works respectfully with others and listens.
I would like to bring to your attention the race for Montesano School District 66 Director District 3. I recommend your vote for Crystal Chilman. This is a nonpartisan office, so it doesn’t matter if you are a Democrat or a Republican.