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    Thankful Thursday: Grateful to ACT

    I would like to thank the Academy of Children’s Theatre (ACT) for providing all the 3rd- and 4th-grade students at Amistad Elementary School in Kennewick the chance to see the production of Annie. Adele Connors and Julie Schroeder from ACT were wonderful in finding a grant in which our school...

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    Thankful Thursday: Great service

    On a Sunday morning as I was getting ready for church, I noticed rusty water exiting from my hot water tank. As we were going to leave the next day for a gathering of old high school friends, I didn’t want to miss that at Lincoln City. So I got the tank out. When I got home late Thursday, ...

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    Thankful Thursday: Helping vets

    A huge “thank you” to Washington Veterans Will Clinic, attorney C. Davidson and all the volunteers, many from other cities, who gave their day off on Saturday. You have put my mind at ease by nudging me into a will. There was so much kindness and understanding. Thanks again from the...

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    Thankful Thursday: Thanking the universe

    I want to acknowledge people who wish to remain quietly in the background serving others. It was suggested I give my thoughts of gratitude to the universe and it would find the people they are meant for.

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    Letter: Voting for the unopposed

    It’s time to vote — remember when a person is running un-opposed you don’t have to vote for that person. Take the time to find out what they stand for and if you don’t like it don’t just vote for them because you feel you have no other choice. You do have a choice...

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    Letter: Ebola is a bully

    If you have a TV, you have seen all the stuff going on in the world. There is the ISIS problem, but what I want to talk about right now is Ebola. Our government is not doing anything for the problem of Ebola. They should be putting people with Ebola in quarantine instead of fighting about it. Why...

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    Letter: African Children’s Choir

    It’s been several years, but they are back. The African Children’s Choir will perform at Kennewick High School on Nov. 9 at 7 p.m.

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    Letter: Democracy not a spectator sport

    This is a plea to everyone no matter which party you lean toward to get out and vote. If you want to change the way the world is going to be in the future — vote! Your vote really matters!

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    Letter: Protect students with same level of care as we give federal employees

    I agree with the recent statement by a Moms Demand Action spokeswoman that “children and teachers should not be the front-line of America’s gun violence.” Federal employees have superior protection when it comes to gun violence. One cannot enter the federal building without ...

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    Letters: Liberals and conservatives agree

    Yes, Jane Fox, (Letters, Oct. 27) we conservatives want a government. We want a government of the people, by the people, and for the people. What we don’t want is big bloated government with control over the people. I know for a fact that you have done your share of liberal lamenting also...

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