A county Prosecutor occupies an interesting point in the judicial system, the fulcrum between the courts and the police agencies that enforce state law and local codes.
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The devil is in the details.
We really do not want this: accountability.
U.S. Development is proposing to receive 45,000 barrels of crude oil by rail every day and transfer this oil onto ships to travel through Grays Harbor and along the coast.
Crossroads GPS has assailed Democratic Sen. Mark Udall for shortchanging Colorado residents with his votes on health insurance; Patriot Majority USA has gone after the Republican Senate candidate in Arkansas, Tom Cotton, for being a supposed shill of the insurance industry and opposing a farm bill.
As a mixed-blood Muscogee/Creek Indian, I would like to commend Washington, D.C.’s professional football team on its tasteful logo. The American Indian in profile with two eagle feathers is dignified and respectful.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month when we remember the challenges faced by women — and men — who have experienced or will experience breast cancer. Survival rates now are much higher than in past years, and we can be grateful for all the advances that have been made in diagnosis, surgery and treatment.
I am writing this letter as a fellow taxpayer as well as being Lead Sales Analyst for Gray Harbor County Assessor’s Office. I take great pride in the work I perform in the Assessor’s Office, as does all the staff.
Our area in South Aberdeen has been hit numerous times by vandals. Our neighborhood has come together as one to have a Crime Watch Neighborhood!
Mission creep usually guarantees mission failure. What follows from changing the original goals of the mission is all too evident in the failed U.S. efforts in Afghanistan and Iraq. Now the United States has fallen into that trap with the Islamic State. The result will be a long and costly engagement and failure.
After 22-plus years of being on the bench, I am now officially a retired Superior Court judicial officer. Now that I am out the door, I can communicate without the legal constraints judges have about political issues.
We have known Katie Svoboda for many years and know her to be very qualified for this position. Retired Prosecutor Stew Menefee, a well respected prosecuting attorney for over 25 years, supports her. Probably just as important is the local law enforcement support for Katie Svoboda.
I was a court clerk until I retired last year, and I support Katie Svoboda for Prosecuting Attorney.
Dear Abby: I am a male in the training department at my office. A lot of times, because the people I train are new hires, there are dress code violations from people who appear to be testing the limits. Most of the violations involve women who wear clothing that’s too revealing, in spite of the fact they receive a document at the start of training explaining what is and is not appropriate attire.
The midterm elections are just a few weeks away, and one of the traditional democratic virtues — voting — suddenly seems under fire. “Girls” star Lena Dunham offered a treatise urging voter turnout: “When you vote, you feel so, so good.”