Thank you Washington politicians for all that you have done with the dismantling of medical marijuana that had functioned stupendously without your involvement.
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I want to express my support for Randy Ross for Grays Harbor Commissioner No. 2.
The editorial “The Culvert Case is historically significant” published July 19 in
Robotic, but not a robot call
Thanks and kudos to Jim Eddy for his July 12 letter encouraging live theater patronage. Jim is right. We have wonderful theater in Grays Harbor and are blessed with an amazing amount of talented people! I have often heard people say that they enjoyed a Harbor performance better than the same show in the big city.
We would like to thank the City of Aberdeen and especially those who take care of the beautiful planters throughout the city. They are so well-kept and certainly are a wonderful sight as we enter and drive through Aberdeen. They, and the other planters scattered around, make Aberdeen an attractive place that must appeal to residents and visitors alike. We appreciate the “extra mile” the city extends to this project. It is a pleasure for us to come to Aberdeen.
When I learned that Teresa Purcell was running for Washington State Representative I felt a rush of excitement. At last, a well qualified, strong and dynamic person to represent us!
After reading the four PUD No. 3 candidate interviews in the local paper it seems like only two of the candidates have taken a position on the Tokeland extension project. This project is funded and has been hanging fire for many years.
Before considering Hillary Clinton as president, look first at the last Clinton military. In the 1990s, the Bill Clinton Administration damaged the U.S military with a dangerous combination of reduced budgets, diminished forces and increased missions. As a military officer I witnessed first-hand the result of a steep decline in readiness, morale and military strength. Perhaps more telling was the scandal that broke in 1998 that his Defense Secretary ordered the military service chiefs to lie to Congress about military readiness and claim they didn’t need more resources. To his credit, the Commandant of the Marine Corps refused, and, as a result, Congress held an investigation as to the scandal.
Local politics, indeed all politics, is a lot like Game of Thrones, the long-running TV series that never fails to reflect the best and the worst in those who would be leaders of their people. Personality, style, transparency of motives and methods, become as evident in real life politics as they do in the make-believe world.
Ayers is the real deal
Supports Anderson for Pacific PUD
After a successful professional career as a teacher and administrator, Steve Rogers entered public service in local government. He is running for re-election as a county commissioner and I would encourage Pacific County voters to support him. Mr. Rogers encourages job growth in the area by work with canneries, mills and ports. An important aspect of the work is also coordinating with regional agencies to provide services to Pacific County residents.