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    Thankful Thursday: Roadside angels

    On Feb. 26, I was involved in a head-on collision at Highway 395 and Yelm. The accident happened around 7 p.m.

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    Thankful Thursday: A lift up

    My thanks to the man who came to my aid when I stumbled and fell in front of the AT&T office recently. He put his hands under my arms, lifted me up and set me on my feet as easily as if I’d been a rag doll! Not only did me assist me, he provided some amusement with the feat.

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    Thankful Thursday: Gift of sight

    Several hundred people in rural Ethiopia are thankful for having their sight restored by a team of volunteers from the Pacific Northwest.

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    Thankful Thursday: Desert Bells ringing

    The Bells of the Desert community handbell choir is so thankful for all of our supporters. We had a wonderful turnout for our first ever fundraiser on March 21. Thank you to all who joined us for appetizers, desserts, music and silent auction. We are grateful to Central Church for the use of their...

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    Letter: Bible message

    Yes there is quite a bit of slavery, racism, etc in the Bible. God made covenants, or promises, with his people from Adam, Noah, Abraham and on. God asked that he alone be served as the one true God. Unfortunately secular influences crept into their cultural beliefs each time and God, who is both...

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    Letter: Twisted story

    Regarding a story in the March 10 issue, page A5, I’m responding to some statements in “GOP tries to undercut deal.” First, the Republican Senators were not trying to undercut anything. Their purpose was to inform the Iranian leadership of the way our government functions under...

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    Letter: Larry Haler fan

    On March 1 Fast Focus responses were written concerning the dividing of the state.

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    Letter: Queensgate overcrowding

    As a West Richland citizen living adjacent to the south Richland commercial and high-density residential area of Dupertail/Queensgate, I grow frustrated with the continued growth of the area and the associated traffic congestion, public inconvenience and safety issues it brings due to the lack of...

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    Letter: Demise of coral reefs

    The Tri-City Herald editorial on HB 1314, a cap-and-trade bill to reduce carbon pollution, (Our Voice, March 13) gives a doom-and-gloom scenario of layoffs, increased prices, and damage to the state economy. Businesses left to their own devices will achieve emissions goals. The editorial fails to...

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    Letter: Remembering life before vaccinations

    Lately there has been a lot of talk about vaccinating children, for the good of the children. People should get their children vaccinated for their own good. My grandmother lost two little boys to diphtheria around 1915. When she was old, she told me she never got over it. When I was a little girl...

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