Letters to the Editor

Appreciates Hurst’s stand against gutting I-960

I appreciate Rep. Chris Hurst’s letter in regards to his party taking the voter approved I-960, throwing it around like a beach ball at a drug-induced concert, then rubbing it into the ground and urinating on it (not Rep. Hurst’s words).

  • Mar 15, 2010

School district thanks classified employees

The Enumclaw School District is the largest employer on the Plateau, with 550 employees serving the 4,200 students every school day. This represents a lot… Continue reading

  • Mar 8, 2010

Representatives see constituents as ATMs

Twenty-one million dollars is not a lot of money?I watched a program on the mindless idiot box (that’s a TV for you uninformed folks) where… Continue reading

  • Mar 8, 2010

Twenty-one million dollars is not a lot?

I watched a program on the mindless idiot box (that’s a TV for you uninformed folks) where it was reported that $21 million is not a lot of money.

Forget all the innuendo and stick to facts

I don’t know precisely when the practice of using real verifiable facts as a basis for argument began to disappear but it appears to have… Continue reading

  • Mar 1, 2010

People never grow too old to dream

When leaving after visiting a friend in a nursing home in Puyallup, I was drawn to their recreation room by the sound of an old… Continue reading

  • Mar 1, 2010

Compromise needed to fix economic woes

Over the past weekend a lively discussion opened up at a local retail store regarding jobs, unemployment, taxes, liberals, convervatives, capitalism. Being on the more… Continue reading

  • Mar 1, 2010

Unregulated capitalism is dangerous

Over the past weekend a lively discussion opened up at a local retail store regarding jobs, unemployment, taxes, liberals, convervatives, capitalism. Being on the more… Continue reading

THANK YOU

The family of Bryan Olney would like to thank everyone for supporting us through the long 15 years of Bryan’s injuries and then his passing.Thank… Continue reading

  • Feb 22, 2010

CARD OF THANKS

Enumclaw is truly a home town filled with kindness, understanding, and compassion for fellow citizens that live here. We have been living here over twenty… Continue reading

  • Feb 22, 2010

THANKS

Enumclaw Health and Rehab Center would like to thank the community for their generosity with buying gifts for our residents during the holiday season. A… Continue reading

  • Feb 22, 2010

Obama’s deficit committee is suspicious

How strange and bizarre it was to hear Barack Obama and the White House announce last week that he was putting together a bipartisan commission… Continue reading

Is anyone listening to the people?

Call me slow but I have recently noticed a similarity between our “leaders” in Olympia and that bunch at the federal level in Washington, D.C.… Continue reading

  • Feb 15, 2010

Thank you to White River supporters

I would like to thank the voters in the White River School District for their overwhelming support in passing the levy. It is gratifying as… Continue reading

  • Feb 15, 2010

Board thanks Enumclaw community

Thank you, Enumclaw School District voters.On behalf of 4,200 students and 537 staff, your Enumclaw School Board members wish to express gratitude for support of… Continue reading

  • Feb 15, 2010

Political speech freedom stands test of time

I had to wonder about Robert DuChaine’s primal scream on the restoration of First Amendment rights for the people that work for or own a… Continue reading

  • Feb 15, 2010

Olympia and D.C. have similarities

Call me slow but I have recently noticed a similarity between our “leaders” in Olympia and that bunch at the federal level in Washington, D.C.… Continue reading

Thanks voters for passing school levy

I would like to thank the voters in the White River School District for their overwhelming support in passing the levy. It is gratifying as… Continue reading

Reader supports Supreme Court decision

I had to wonder about Robert DuChaine’s primal scream on the restoration of First Amendment rights for the people that work for or own a… Continue reading