I need to say a big thank you to a lot of people during my sad and difficult time. First to my neighbors Brent and Diane Whitmire. Then to Aaron Glanz, Russ Fitts, Dave McManus, Jeremy Towery, Rhonda Minks, plus several I didn’t get their names and Mike MacGregor. A big thank you to Rocky Sage, Chanda Hair, JoAnn Sutter, Patrice Timpson, Angi Schreiber and Scott Sage. Thanks also to Dave and Carol Wayman, Stan and Diane Pinnick, Rhonda and Ken Ham, Rob Schreiber and Brett Mackey. Thank you North Beach Girls basketball team for the flowers and Madi and Emily for delivering them. Thanks to all the people that dropped in, brought food and sent cards. A special thanks to North Beach Printing and the North Beach Schools and staff. In the event that I missed someone please know that I appreciate all this community has done for me and Jaen.
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The purpose of this letter is to indicate that I recently went to a Grays Harbor Port meeting. I was amazed to find out that they were also having the annual meetings of two other legal corporations owned and operated by who? The Grays Harbor Port Commissioners!
In response to the Quinault Tribe owning Lake Quinault, there needs to be more research done by government entities. I have been researching Native American history for almost 30 years and have been nationally recognized for my research. Thanks to the Internet anyone can access documents pertaining to Lake Quinault and the reservation boundaries. Washington State University early map collections will show you the original agreed-upon allotments and survey from 1911.
“American Sniper” is just a cover story
Regarding re-painting the Simpson Avenue Bridge: Why not paint it with Seahawk colors?
Obama’s leadership has come apart at the seams.
The extra mile
Cosi audit reflects on Raines
Those of us who volunteer at the AARP Tax Aide program wish to thank Sarah Glorian for mentioning our services in her column that appeared in The Daily World on Jan. 22. But there is one statement we wish to clarify. Our clients do not need to be age 60 or older. We take all ages and can handle most returns. There are certain uncommon or difficult situations that are beyond our scope.
Affordable Care Act
Considering that gas stations in larger cites outside Grays Harbor County are charging less that $2 a gallon, isn’t it about time that gas stations in Elma, McCleary, Montesano, Aberdeen and Hoquiam quit gouging their customers 40 cents more per gallon? I find it a shame that these businesses have such a low regard for the people that pay their way.
Mr. John Farra recently wrote he does not believe the State Patrol should use unmarked cars as it is a waste of time and money.
Dear leaders of America who serve from the local, state, regional and national levels, I give you this warning!
Regarding painting the Simpson Avenue bridge: Why would the city want to paint the bridge gray? Isn’t Hoquiam too gray already? Why not take this opportunity to improve the appearance of at least one aspect of the city.