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Letters of Thanks for May 24, 2017
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Life is like a bowl of chocolate custard: delicious but sometimes dark
Life is like a bowl of chocolate custard: delicious but sometimes dark
May is National Mental Health Awareness Month
Coast Chronicles: A walk down memory lane
Coast Chronicles: A walk down memory lane

If you’re lucky, memory lane keeps getting longer, so the walk back in time allows for lingering along the way. And it includes an ever-widening landscape, especially if — like me — you’ve been at all...

Arts: More important here than most realize
Arts: More important here than most realize
Local counties in top 10% in U.S. for arts vibrancy
Letters of Thanks for May 17, 2017
Thanks Letters - 0517
Letters to the Editor for May 17, 2017
Letters - 5/17
Shaping a child’s race identity: Black, white, or other?
Shaping a child’s race identity: Black, white, or other?

We sat in straight chairs, waiting to meet our daughter. Burt held Jordan, age two, and Jamie, 13 months, while I jittered solo, eager to hold the baby. “Eager” doesn’t come close. I was afire. Atingle!

Here’s what...

Coast Chronicles: Don’t postpone joy
Coast Chronicles: Don’t postpone joy
Nanci Main starting next chapter in a storied life
Animal Shelter Report: Ox is yearning to be the love of your life
Animal Shelter Report: Ox is yearning to be the love of your life
Pet Report
Letters to the Editor for May 10, 2017
Letters 5/10
Letter of Thanks
Thanks Letters 5/10
New Coast Guard cutters join proud tradition on the Columbia
Next-generation ships will contribute to safety, economy
Editorial: Congress shouldn’t let Trump silence public broadcasting
Editorial: Congress shouldn’t let Trump silence public broadcasting
Funding shouldn’t be eliminated
Elementary, my dear: 
Taking a look at the blight side
Elementary, my dear: Taking a look at the blight side
Elementary my Dear 5/3
Letters to the Editor for May 3, 2017
Letters 5/3
Letters of Thanks for May 3, 2017
Letters Thanks 5/3
Coast Chronicles: 
Muddy boots at the Oysterville Science Academy
Coast Chronicles: Muddy boots at the Oysterville Science Academy

The Oysterville Science Academy (OSA) is in the process of selecting its third cohort for this summer. And if I were a kid, a third or fourth grader, I’d be getting my boots and raincoat ready for action. Why? Because as Mya Jo...

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An Old Dog’s Tale: Who will know us? How wealthy we are won’t make a difference
Old Dog's Tale by Wayne Downing
Guest Column: Republican legislators are letting down Washington

Last January the State Legislature convened to accomplish two goals: addressing education funding (complying with the Washington State Supreme...

Life is like a bowl of chocolate custard: delicious but sometimes dark
Coast Chronicles: A walk down memory lane
Shaping a child’s race identity: Black, white, or other?

Editorials

Arts: More important here than most realize
Local counties in top 10% in U.S. for arts vibrancy
New Coast Guard cutters join proud tradition on the Columbia
Next-generation ships will contribute to safety, economy
Editorial: Congress shouldn’t let Trump silence public broadcasting

Letters to the Editor

Letters of Thanks for May 24, 2017
Thanks - Letter 5/24
Letters to the Editor for May 24, 2017

Keep locals in charge of SMP

An article in last Thursday’s edition of the Wahkiakum County Eagle concerning the Shoreline Master Plan...

Letters of Thanks for May 17, 2017
Letters to the Editor for May 17, 2017
Letters to the Editor for May 10, 2017