When the going gets tough, well, why not just make the going easier?
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Are conservatives interested in new ideas, or are they merely infatuated with the idea of new ideas? Are they really reappraising their approach, or are they trying to adjust their image just enough to win elections?
To the ladies and fellas who helped me on Christmas Eve when I fell, a belated thank you, thank you.
The family of Arlene Hergenrether would like to extend a huge thank you to all of Grays Harbor for embracing our mother and making her last four years here remarkable. Hallak Medical Group for providing her medical care. Catholic Community Services for providing the girls who came into her home. Senior Companions, your staff enriched her life. Arlene lived at Emerson Manor, you made us feel welcomed and at home. Hoquiam Senior Center everyone from the kitchen staff to the volunteers went above and beyond providing her with love, hugs and cheer. She always let us know how great all of you are. Grays Harbor Community Hospital from the time we enter your doors in the ER everyone’s care, respect, kindness and compassion touch us all. We knew she was receiving the best care. Thank you sister Sara.
The family of Teresa Cugal would like to thank everyone at Harrison Family Mortuary and Flowers by Pollen for doing such a beautiful heart-felt job on Teresa’s service and flowers. We would also like to extend a special thanks to Pastor Bob Hoem for officiating and helping us through one of the most difficult times of our lives. Thanks also go to the men and women of the Aberdeen Fire Department for their many trips to and from the hospital, Teresa’s personal care providers, Barbara Whitney and Marion Krasowski, and all of the staff in ICU at Grays Harbor Community Hospital who took such wonderful care of our mother.
Thank you for making our Uganda auction a success.
I admit to being a hypocrite. I enjoy products created by the oil industry, such as gasoline, petroleum jelly and plastics. Then I turn around and protest exporting crude oil from the Harbor.
Last week when the timer went off telling me the first batch of oatmeal chocolate chip cookies was done, I went to the “gadget drawer” for my favorite metal spatula.
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer’s veto last week of SB 1062 — a controversial “religious freedom” bill few Americans read and even fewer understood — may well have been a defining moment in the history of gay rights in America.
I last stepped on stage more than 15 years ago.
In matters cultural, California has always been America’s petri dish. Whatever happened in California usually infiltrated the rest of the country.
This is a letter I’ve sent to Mr. Arie Callaghan of the Grays Harbor PUD.
To the mayor of the city of Hoquiam. We all know that your city has been hit really hard by the financially tough times here on Grays Harbor.
Although this should be our slow time, the Harbor Association of Volunteers for Animals (HAVA) is loaded with cats and kittens.
Government by the people and for the people is a fantasy. We are locked into a trickle-down system that leaves most of us in a struggle. Governments should protect its citizens not jeopardize them. We have allowed money to control our actions, crippling our humanity.