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I wish to express my opposition to the proposed Seaview annexation. Statements from fellow citizens, and letters to the editor of this paper have eloquently expressed the historical significan…

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A big thank you to Kenneth Brisbene for mowing the very tall grass on the shoulder of Birch Street. It was especially bad at the intersection of Cranberry and Birch. Thank you again. Your neighbor,

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The rumors of quaint residential Seaview being annexed by the tourist-dollar-driven city of Long Beach have always floated about, but now it seems that some higher level discussions have taken…

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Although a little late, this letter is in response to the May 22 editorial letter by Robert Blake. If he felt a need to revert back to more than 2,000 years in order to critique the behavior o…

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The beads are out for the natives again. It's a shame memories are short; and irony unnoticed. The last time Long Beach dealt with Seaview property owners is the true reveal. In the froth of C…

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I would like to thank Cate Gable for her wonderful story “Students get muddy at Tarlatt Slough event.” She showcased an important function of the Friends of Willapa National Wildlife Refuge, e…

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To all those poor frightened souls who are living in Seaview, please do not start digging into your beloved dunes just yet. Please don’t start constructing pillboxes and bunkers awaiting Long …

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"On May 27, Americans across the country honored the brave soldiers, sailors, airmen, Marines and coast guardsmen who have given the ultimate sacrifice to secure our liberty and defend our fre…

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While I can clearly see the world’s polarities, I still have faith in the ones that don’t spend time fooling themselves. Your 5/22 letter, “Time for American women to consider Lysistrata’s tac…

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The Ocean Park Food Bank would like to thank the post office delivery staff and local residents for the food drive conducted last Saturday. We received 350 pounds of food items which is greatl…

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The Wellness Walk on May 11 brought the largest number of donors, walkers, and volunteers that we have had since the walks began 10 years ago. We joined again with the Stepping Up Initiative a…

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Over the last year officers from the Long Beach Police Department have been involved in undercover narcotics investigations in the area of South Pacific County. The investigations began due to…

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I invite you to review April 17 edition’s guest column titled “Local bigotry left untreated metastasizes into violent hate,” by Dave Gauger. Let me be clear, I’m only discussing all individual…

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Scott Fenter is interim superintendent of Ocean Beach School District and will remain so until June 30, the end of the 2018-19 school year, when Amy Huntley becomes permanent superintendent an…