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Fix the Wishkah Road
This is a thank you for a pioneer, a one man army — Ray Nelson.
On behalf of Jeannie Lindstrom’s family and myself, I would like to thank all of our friends and family for their love and support. Words cannot express how much we appreciate each and every one of you. The food was wonderful and all the cards. Donations for Feed the Hungry, flowers, helping out in the kitchen and clean-up, and just being there meant the world to us. Thank you again and God bless each and every one.
Thank you to all who joined together for the Comcast Clean Up Day in downtown Aberdeen. As a downtown business we appreciate the work that went into planting flowers and general clean up that was accomplished by a well-organized, hard working group.
Friday, April 24, about 2:30 a.m., I was awakened by my wife stumbling and falling. I thought she was having a stroke. She was not aware of what was happening or going on around her.
At the corner of west Marion and Mill streets, some day we are going to have one heck of a wreck or someone is going to be killed.
I enjoyed reading The Best of the Twin Harbors results for 2015. This recognition encourages the good work of many businesses, organizations and individuals. But, when it comes to judging support for oil trains (volume 2), I think you missed the mark for how the question was asked and your interpretation of the responses.
I felt compelled to write today as I thought about this community that became my home when I married a hometown boy 34 years ago. All those years ago, I made the move from Cannon Beach, Ore., a tourist town. Prior to that, I lived in nearby Seaside and I grew up in Wonder Lake, Ill., another tourist town. All those places are beautiful to look at but making a living is tough. Tourist towns do not support a lot of family-wage jobs. Shop owners may do alright, usually on a very seasonal basis. Everyone else works at or just above minimum wage, seasonally.
Plan ahead so you have no more unwanted litters of kittens or puppies.
I am writing to congratulate Vini Samuel on her timely and wholly correct column on The Daily World’s Opinion Page, March 26: “Faith & Politics.”
I’m writing in response to Guy Boudia’s Feb. 17 letter to the editor, “Lake was never given to the Tribe.”
I have just finished looking over the Department of Ecology’s draft Chehalis River Geographic Response Plan for the third time.
Discrimination laws not for same-sex marriage
I-937 is not a good fit for Grays Harbor.