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    Letter: Animal control

    My wife and I went looking to adopt a dog this last weekend. We ended up at Animal Control in Pasco. The first thing we noticed was the dilapidated condition of the building, inside and out. Upon entering the building it was impossible not to notice a strong foul smell. The kennels were very small...

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    Letter: Gray Thursday

    Thanksgiving, due to its very nature, is one of the few remaining national holidays to not be exploited by commercialization. Retailers can’t make very much money off just an “eating holiday” so they have manipulated it into “gray Thursday” now, robbing families...

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    Letter: Pot ban lawsuits

    I would like to know how much it will cost to defend the ban on marijuana businesses in the city and what services will be reduced to pay for it. Will the city need a new tax voted in to cover these expenses? This could be very costly to taxpayers. The last thing we need are more taxes. I hope the...

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    Thankful Thursday: Vet helping vets

    As I read the Veterans Day section I came across a man I have the honor to know — Noble Atkins. I realized his service to his country and fellow veterans has not ended. As a volunteer with the DAV he helps veterans fill out paperwork for VA claims. I would like to take this opportunity to...

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    Thankful Thursday: Human trafficking awareness

    On Nov. 5-7, Tri-Cities Soroptimist clubs of Pasco-Kennewick and Three Rivers were pleased to provide training in human trafficking to 230 attendees including law enforcement and prosecutors, nurses and physicians and students pursuing healthcare fields at Columbia Basin College (CBC) and Washington...

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    Thankful Thursday: Grief respected

    Recently, our beloved family member, Shadow, passed away during his nap. Shadow was 17+ years old and other than a little arthritis, was in relatively good health.

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    Thankful Thursday: Thankfully Graffstrong

    On Sept.12 our youngest son, MacDaniel, played a great football game in Wenatchee for the Chiawana Riverhawks. The next day, our life changed when he fell out of a tree stand while deer hunting and broke his back, crushing his spinal cord. This community came together to generously support our family...

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    Thankful Thursday: Act of kindness

    Thanks for the kindness of Don and Loray for helping me to get to my appointment. And to the maintenance man from Hapo. Thanks again for being so thoughtful.

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    Letter: Carson for president

    The 2014 elections are over except in Louisiana.

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    Letter: Narcissism

    I’ve known several people who have narcissist personality disorder ... so I decided to read a book about it. One of the characteristics of the disorder is pervasive untruthfulness to the point of being proud of their ability to deceive others. They are so proud of this that they will brag...

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