Pam Roach’s ad in last week’s paper and on the flyer board states that she is rated “No. 1 most effective legislator in Olympia, Washington Post 6-13-14.”
Thank you Enumclaw Schools Foundation for your generous donation to the Salmon in Schools program at Southwood Elementary.
On behalf of Enumclaw’s Stars and Stripes Committee, I would like to thank everyone who was involved in the 14th annual Stars and Stripes celebration on July 4.
Let’s all show our good sense and enjoy the wonderful public display provided by our city and local businesses.
A thank you to G. Ames for your letter in the Courier-Herald on June 25.
Two obviously liberal letters printed last week in The Courier-Herald excoriated a previous writer’s views as being harsh and advocating unconstitutional treatment of Bowe Bergdahl, the recently-released captured soldier.
When I was growing up, way back in the 1950s, my friends and I spent many a Saturday afternoon at the movie theater, eager witnesses to a double feature with color cartoon.
There was a nasty attack on a U.S. soldier two weeks ago by a man who lives here in our community. With self-righteous certainty he condemned an American Army sergeant to death.
Another young person has been diagnosed with an “old person’s disease.”
The shooting at Seattle Pacific University could easily have been any school in the USA. Two weeks before, there was a shooting at the university in Santa Barbara, Calif.
We elected Angela Stubblefield to help clean up the abysmal mess left by previous fire commissioners. Stan McCall was appointed to replace a commissioner who resigned due to health issues.
For nearly 40 years the men and ladies of the Buckley-Enumclaw area have taken time out of their busy days to put on a very good show of some of the skills they use in the job of logging and road building. Also, there are log and dump trucks all shined up with nice loads of logs, along with new trucks and equipment used in the logging industry supplied by the dealers who sell them.
Open letter to the District 28 board of fire commissioners: the voter’s demand answers to these questions. We by law are given the right to know what decisions you are making.
With regard to the letter to the editor published recently on Rep. Cathy Dahlquist’s effort to create accountability and fairness in the state-funded K-12 Alternative Learning Experience programs, some key facts were overlooked in the author’s commentary.
During the 1970s and 1980s a group of young medical and dental professionals came to our community and established their practices.
I was appalled by the notion that anyone in the 31st District, or the state of Washington for that matter, would believe that Rep. Cathy Dahlquist is anything but a die-hard advocate for education.
I was appalled to read that Cathy Dahlquist, who has done so much to hurt education both on the Plateau and in the state, has attempted to position herself as the “education candidate.”
I attended the fire commissioners meeting May 5. It was my first time since before the debacle of an election last November.
The King County Fire District 28 levy failed, resulting in a budget shortfall. It is my opinion, the reason is the mismanagement of funds spent by the former commissioners of which one is Mr. Hannity.
I’m totally aghast at what this fire commission is doing. Asking for the fire chief’s resignation is a reflection upon the commissioners themselves