This issue is not about needing a hospital. That is a given. However, the question at hand is about how we do it.
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I can’t help but wonder what is going on inside the County Commission that is causing the self-proclaimed “fifth candidate” in the County Commissioners race to be so afraid of a new set of eyes.
We’re writing to encourage Ocean Shores residents to vote for the Ocean Shores Library levy.
I truly will never lose my faith, hope and charity in The Daily World . You have been my guiding light for too many years, but I was extremely embarrassed and disappointed in the interview published in the July 22 edition with Frank Gordon, written by Steven Friederich, indeed one of my favorite writers.
The 70-year class reunion of the Weatherwax High School Class of 1944 was celebrated with a luncheon July 24, at the Aberdeen Elks with 17 classmates and 17 guests. The tables were decorated with blue and gold with Flowers by Pollen.
If Grays Harbor Community Hospital does not become a public hospital, our economic health will be in jeopardy. That is why the board of Greater Grays Harbor, Inc. has voted to support the formation of Grays Harbor Public Hospital District 2.
We want to say thank you to all the owner’s of businesses that gifted us with a donation for the Westport VFW Club’s fundraiser called “Christmas in July.”
The United States should be a very fishy country.
The Rev. Scott Gordon, Claycomo Baptist Church: Many passages vie for consideration, but the first “bit” that came to mind we find in Matthew 7:1-6 and Romans 2:1-5.
The Grays Harbor Community Hospital levy proposal is so poorly written that for the first time in 30 years as a registered voter I am voting against a vital services levy.
In the July 3rd Daily World there was a front page article on lighting off fireworks and when you can do them.
We wanted to express our thanks to some very special citizens.
It’s time the truth be told about the hospital district’s finances.
First my disclaimer. I’m Tom Quigg, a real estate broker in Grays Harbor for over 20 years.. The communications officer for Grays Harbor Community Hospital is David Quigg. He is the son of my first cousin. I looked it up, and according to two sources we are “first cousins, once removed.” We don’t socialize and have never discussed hospital operations.
I have lived in Grays Harbor all my life, am a retired volunteer fireman and 10-plus year Fire District 15 Commissioner.