Letters to the Editor

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    Thankful Thursday: Heavenly help

    I am thankful for the accurate descriptions of celestial events periodically published by Roy Gephardt in the Tri-City Herald.

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    Thankful Thursday: Helpful neighbors

    Benton City is a wonderful place to live. During the recent illness and passing of my husband I was helped, cared for and protected by numerous people.

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    Letter: Changing stances

    When I stared to learn to read, I read everything I could -- magazines and newspapers -- and listened to the radio. At age five, I was aware of wars going on, including Japan invading China. In 1949 I was in junior high. We were told that the political spectrum ran in a straight line from left: ...

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    Letter: Remember when

    In responding to news article (TCH, Aug. 22) about taking down the blue bridge flagpole.

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    Letter: Invitation only

    The Richland Public Library was a huge disappointment to many families this week. Like many parents, I dropped my children off for the much-anticipated Doctor Who party advertised on the main page of the library website. They were so excited, wearing their Doctor Who T-shirts and eager to make friends...

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    Letter: Cooperation kudos

    Aug. 15 the Tri-City Herald reported, "Burglary suspects allegedly seen on video in custody." The arrests of two individuals from Pasco who "alleged" committed a residential daylight burglary. They were captured on a neighbor's home security video committing the burglary. Kennewick Police Department...

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    Letter: Scientists ask questions

    The Herald published yet another letter this last Wednesday by a climate-change denier. How to respond. It seems that every substantive science issue devolves into my Nobel-prize winner is smarter than your Nobel-prize winner. This situation is reinforced by the availability of the World Wide Web...

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    Letter: ISIS problem

    The world is a complicated place. To understand any situation anywhere in the world, you must at least be able to walk and chew gum at the same time. Journalists like Fareed Zakaria and Tom Friedman do this exceptionally well. Politicians like John McCain never even come close. When you are not ...

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    Letter: Tumbleweed Festival

    I'm amazed to learn of people who are not aware of the Tumbleweed Music Festival. The event is Labor Day weekend at Howard Amon Park in Richland. Tumbleweed draws thousands of people to our community every year (this is the 18th year) with musical performances beginning Friday night, Aug. 29, and...

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    Letter: Controversy exists

    My earlier letter (July 25) regarding an article in Science magazine is not necessarily a misrepresentation. The controversy among the climate scientists regarding the multitude of computer models exists. That's what Science reported. Following that are the three essays from IPCC related scientists...

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