When will some people realize that you cannot answer the moral objections many have to recreational marijuana with dollars and cents?
We are blessed in this country to have not had to fight a war on our own soil for many, many years.
In 1984 I flew out from Illinois for a business meeting in Seattle and visited Mount Rainier while I was here.
It’s time to stop with the Enumclaw vs. Black Diamond mentality that is being perpetuated by a certain candidate (Ms. Roach).
Voter’s Pamphlets arrived this week, so I sat down to review the candidates.
Recent statements and mailings from Sen. Roach about the Enumclaw School District have been grossly misleading, divisive and serve only to hurt our students.
We are one school district representing the cities of Enumclaw and Black Diamond and portions of unincorporated King County.
I had an experience recently that is unfortunately rare for most of us who are old enough to vote.
Pam Roach has been an extremely effective senator for her district. Whereas, Ms. Dahlquist has demonstrated a track record that shows a lack of understanding of the legal and legislative actions she supports or worse, quitting when it doesn’t go her way.
I am writing to praise Congressman Dave Reichert for his contributions to the House of Representatives Task Force on Human Trafficking
I am a teacher at Enumclaw High School. I’ve worked there for 16 years and I take great pride in what I do. That said, I have some wonderings about some of our local candidates’ recent comments about education.
I find it ludicrous when Pam Roach accuses Chris Hurst and Cathy Dahlquist of bullying her. Many who have dealt with Pam Roach know bullying her is an impossibility. Quite the opposite.
Voters in the 31st District have an important decision to make this November when casting their vote for the state Senat
I would like to address the letter “Sorry To See Buckley a home to marijuana sales” (Courier-Herald, Oct. 8) by F.T. Kane of Buckley.
I am sorry to hear that a marijuana store has opened up in Buckley.
Thank you for the article city of Enumclaw may change rules on pit bulls on Sept. 30 alerting the community about an ordinance threatening to end to the city’s ban on pit bulls.
To concerned citizens of Enumclaw: Please act if you care about the pregnant women and small children in this town.
In regards to Heath Rainwater’s article in the (Sept. 3) Courier-Herald, Church Corner, which I found to be in touch with what is going on with the drug culture here on the Plateau.
A response to Heath Rainwater's article in the Sept. 3 Courier Herald Church Corner
LINCCK’s goal of “growing” a healthy community was boosted when neighbors gathered the evening of Aug. 5 for National Night Out.