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I enjoyed Madeline Kalbach’s article about regional owls. We have been thrilled by two barred owls in the last two years, with accompanying owl pellets and occasional scattered feathers. We al…

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I am a resident of Long Beach. I do a lot of walking. I am appalled at the amount of trash around our wonderful town. They have beach clean up days, which is a joke. The only places they clean…

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Thank you, Bette Lu Krause, Rita Smith and Christl Mack of the Oyster Crackers for the wonderful warm and often times humorous concert that benefited the Ocean Park Food Bank Over $900 was rai…

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The Washington Coast Restoration and Resiliency Initiative (WCRRI) provides valuable funds for salmon restoration projects in southwest Washington. Local restoration practitioners like the Col…

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Open letter to Jim Joyce (see letter published Feb.6):

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Pulitzer Prize-winning Historian Barbara Tuchman wrote a wonderful 597 page tome called “A Distant Mirror, the Calamitous 14th Century,” making the case for the actions of the founding fathers…

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My complaint is there is a woman that lives in Ocean Park that had a brain injury and has short-term memory loss. This woman has 17 cats in her home and two dogs out in a fenced area.

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As a Lutheran Christian, I am concerned about our planet, our stewardship. It is a loaned resource. As an environmentalist, I am concerned about our planet, our conservation. There are the sam…

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May (Saari Johnson) Adair was a wonderful wife, mother, genealogist and friend. I first met her through her brother, Wilho and his wife, Kaisa Saari. May was teaching piano lessons at their ho…

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My favorite letter writer has got to be Robert W. Bonney, because he never fails to brighten my day. Other writers are always so serious, but not Bob — he always goes for the laughs. For examp…

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Volunteering with the Peninsula County Immigrant Support group (PCIS) for the past two years, I thought I had seen and heard the most heartbreaking stories that are out there in the misery tha…

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I am compelled to respond to Robert Bonney’s recent letter to the editor, where he extols President Trump’s actions to "Make America Great Again." Mr. Bonney compares America’s decline to the …

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This letter is for the Fish and Wildlife. As I write this, I just heard that in February Grayland gets 10 days to dig. Not us. My husband went up Sunday and Monday. It takes one hour and 45 mi…

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The Ocean Park Food Bank would like to thank the students of Long Beach Elementary School for donating 691 pounds (!) of food items from their recent food drive. We really appreciate this much…

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Assessor declares taxes going down and I look at taxsifter. Sure enough, once again a lying politician has emerged. My taxes are up again to $1,930 this year. Last year they were $1,646. Suppo…

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I am writing to ask my Peninsula neighbors to consider supporting Pacific County Immigrant Support.

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I was in Olympia yesterday giving public testimony on behalf of HB1061 designating the Pacific razor clam the state clam. One unexpected event: An 8-year-old clammer showed up with his dad and…

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By proclamation of the governor, January is School Board Recognition Month. It’s a great time to recognize our elected community members who selflessly give their time and energy in support of…

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As we enter into 2019, kindness and caring is in the forefront. Friends of Chinook School Food Bank would like to thank all who thought of us during the past year and especially at the holiday…

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I am concerned with the action that the Ocean Beach School District may make in addressing the “anomaly” of overcrowding at Hilltop school. (I borrow the term anomaly from Interim Superintende…

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In 1938 they build the Grand Coulee Dam without fish ladders, without any way for the salmon to pass the dam or to continue up river along their native habitat to spawn. It was a conscious dec…

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SOUTH BEND — The Road 2 Resiliency has chosen to recognize Allison Larew (right) as their Resiliency Rockstar this month. She has been making a huge difference in the lives of her first grader…

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The United States has the highest maternal mortality rate in the developed world. Let me say that again, the United States, with the most sophisticated health care in the developed world, has …

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The Ocean Park Food Bank Board would like to thank all the generous people in this community. Throughout the year many pounds of food have been donated through the Green Bag Simple Gesture Pro…

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The Friends of Willapa National Wildlife Refuge was honored to be highlighted in the recent Giving Back nonprofit resource guide and is grateful to South Pacific County Community Foundation fo…

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In response to the Dec. 19 article of WSP investigations on Deputy Padgett, if only half of what the WSP investigations found on the alleged complaints were true, Padgett is not what Pacific C…

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We would like to thank all of you that took the time out of your day to come to the Celebration of Life for Tami Belisle on Sunday, Dec. 16. It was an overwhelming day of love, laughter, and s…

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Many thanks to Patrick Webb for that beautiful piece about my book, “How I Survived.” Never have I been called so many nice things in my life! If only I weren’t so far away in California I cou…

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The Bayside Singers wrapped up the 2019 year with a sing-a-long with the community at the Oysterville Church on Sunday, Dec. 16. The week prior, their concert at Chinook Event Center hosted mo…