Is the Democratic leadership’s threat to use reconciliation on health care reform a politically viable option or an idle threat?
I don’t know where this letter is going – I’m so upset and angry it’s difficult to settle my thoughts down.Unfortunately, and I do mean… Continue reading
Like many others I am a strong supporter and advocate of ECEAP (Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program). ECEAP has become a passion of mine… Continue reading
Officer Personius, thanks for a great letter and hitting the nail right on the head. Hopefully some of those folks who just can’t seem to… Continue reading
Arts Alive! held its annual dinner auction on November 7, 2009. It was a success because of the many people who donated, volunteered, planned, and… Continue reading
Dear Gov. Gregoire:On Oct. 15, a draft report recommending the closure of several institutions under the jurisdiction of the Department of Social and Health Services… Continue reading
This is to thank all of the families, individuals, churches, businesses, clubs, schools, and organizations that have donated food or given money to us as… Continue reading
Something happened between the Administration and Finance meeting I attended and the final presentation to the Buckley City Council for approval.
This letter is in response to Mr. DuChateau’s article in The Courier-Herald dated December 15, 2009.
Editor’s note: the following is in response to a letter that appeared in the Dec. 16 edition of The Courier-Herald.
I don’t know where this letter is going – I’m so upset and angry it’s difficult to settle my thoughts down.
On Saturday, Dec. 5, I attended Black Diamond Elementary School PTA’s outstanding craft bazaar. Vendors were packed in the gym selling everything from gorgeous purses,… Continue reading
Most of us have been following at least part of the “lively” debate on health reform. Now that Congress is moving into the final stretch… Continue reading
This is in response to the question posed by Dick Hughes, “Why is the Black Diamond area still within the boundaries of the Enumclaw School… Continue reading
Pierce County had the lowest voter turnout at 42.96 percent of all Washington state counties.
I am an Enumclaw High School graduate and my younger brother has just entered the district as a kindergartner at Sunrise Elementary. I recently volunteered… Continue reading
Many, if not most, of you have had the pleasure of viewing the elk herds that occasionally may be seen lazing, grazing and just trying… Continue reading
Unfortunately, and I do mean that, my point about guns keeps being made.We just lost a Seattle policeman, whose weapon did not “protect” him. At… Continue reading