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I have four children in Enumclaw public schools and they all benefit from programs that are supported by the renewal of the operational levy.
As former elected School Board Member, State Legislator and King County Judge, we understand the importance of educating all children.
As a high school senior that has spent the entirety of my school life in Enumclaw, I know we have to take it upon ourselves to ensure the efficiency and inclusiveness of our school system.
Troop 422 here in Enumclaw has taught me these things, and it has allowed me to be able to incorporate these things into my own life.
President Trump is working to return power and liberty to the people.
While the column correctly points out that Trump supporters are happy with his performance and still enthusiastically support him, Mr. Elfers had to inject the liberal “lie” that Trump supporters are racist.
For all who write negative comments about the football players who took a knee and posted that “this is not the America we grew up in,” let me share a few of the personal events from my life growing up in Tacoma Washington as a white woman.
I lived off the grid for 15 years and the one thing I missed the most was watching pro football.
I want to thank everyone who makes every day a “Make a Difference Day” in Black Diamond.
Too often Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia are treated as a normal aging issue, ignoring the public health consequences of a disease that someone in the U.S. develops every 66 seconds.
You are not “making America great again.” You are just making it more intolerant to diversity.
We want to bring awareness to your readers about a 34 acre wood recycling center that is in the permitting process with King County.
In every election, one person must win and the other will lose. Now more than ever, it is important to show our children how to be gracious in victory and humble in defeat.
I have always been proud to say I live in Enumclaw.
As a citizen that values our local paper and likes to stay informed about the upcoming elections, I have enjoyed reading the Courier Herald debate for the Enumclaw Mayoreal election.
Following my two interviews with candidate Malinaro, I feel that we are fortunate to have a candidate who is well prepared to provide the leadership we need for a growing community.
It is totally clear that the incumbent mayor lacks any ability to bring people together and get things done. She is a failure as mayor, making Black Diamond a laughing stock with her out of control behavior and outbursts at Council meetings.
On Tuesday, October 17th, was the Black Diamond Maple Valley Chamber of Commerce Candidates Forum, where the Black Diamond candidates for Mayor and two City Council positions had the opportunity to talk with the citizens of Black Diamond, and to answer questions put to them by these citizens.
The last couple of weekends the St. Barbara Knights of Columbus have been involved with our annual Tootsie Roll Program.
Judy Baxley has been part of our local civics for years, and thank goodness because citizen involvement is critical to monitoring big developers.