Ocean Shores is at the last of its borrowing power due to the re-financing of the Convention Center. This puts us back in financial trouble again.
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Rob Bearden is the best choice for mayor of Westport.
I’m writing to ardently support the campaign for construction of a new stadium in Elma. While I haven’t received my mail in Grays Harbor County for many years, I carry a deep sense of pride and connection to Elma as my home. Much of that pride comes from the powerful experiences I had playing in front of passionate fans at Davis Field.
The Harbor Association of Volunteers for Animals (HAVA) has had an amazing few years. Last year we helped more than 400 animals (and people) in Pacific and Grays Harbor counties — a record. We also spent more than we ever have — more than $104,000, mostly on veterinarian expenses.
Election time is near, and there are some good candidates. The one I like and have known for many years, is Pat Gordon who is running for the Aberdeen Sixth Ward council seat.
I really like the pieces Marcy Merrill writes about pets needing homes. She combines poignancy and humor well, very well.
A big thank you to Beverly and Joe Cornell, Making a Difference for Grays Harbor Kids. Your generous donations of pencils, crayons, glue sticks and notebooks for our Stevens kids is so appreciated!
To the following, I wish to extend my heartfelt thanks for your continued support of the Saginaw logging show.
No mitigation adequate for large oil spills
Have you ever met someone in your life that you knew the instant you met them you connected?
I’m writing to encourage others to vote for Jack Micheau for mayor of Aberdeen.
I ask you for a moment, to close your eyes and try to imagine — for some of you it’s way back in the corners of your minds. For some it’s as fresh as yesterday.
A refreshing movement is sweeping our country. The political insiders, political strategists, elected and former elected representatives are being soundly rejected. Both political parties are being rejected by the majority of citizens. It’s refreshing to see new “non-politically correct” people moving to the top of the polls.
After a great deal of consideration I have changed out the election sign in my yard from what I allowed to be placed there four years ago. I am following up that decision by writing this letter of support for Montesano Mayoral Candidate Vini Samuel.
It’s time to consider the “Silent Majority” and how to get them involved if it doesn’t directly concern them.