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Letter: CBC president’s successor should match his cultural awareness

The departure of CBC’s president, Dr. Rich Cummins, will indeed leave very big shoes to fill. As the Feb. 19 TCH editorial aptly noted, Dr. Cummins’ visionary work transformed our “Tumbleweed Tech” into a first-line college now offering four-year degrees. Because of his leadership and strategic focus, our CBC is positioned to become Columbia Basin University in the not-too-distant future.

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Letter: Please support Tri-Cities charities to feed the hungry

The federal agency that leads the national Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service, the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS), has selected The Arc of US and five other organizations across the U.S., to plan and execute volunteer projects that will unite Americans. The Arc has more than 650 chapters across the country promoting and protecting the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD), and actively supporting their full inclusion and participation.

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Letter: Alternative to car tab fee needed for Duportail bridge

I’m a resident of Pasco, so I don’t really have a dog in this fight, but it seems to me like it’s not a fair fight. From what I have read regarding the subject of building a bridge across the Yakima River at Duportail Street in Richland, it is more to the advantage of the city of Richland, the businesses in the Queensgate area and the residents of West Richland than it is to the majority of the residents in Richland.

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