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Letters to the Editor

Letter: Trump lies and then doubles down, belittling challengers

Mark Twain is credited with popularizing the saying, “There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics.” I wonder what Twain would say about the Republican Party’s constant barrage of charges that Hillary Clinton is a liar, while turning a blind eye to their candidate’s near-epic litany of fabrications, frauds, fakery and phantasmagoria.

Letters to the Editor

Letter: Clinton should clearly not be in the Oval Office

The recent revelation, (carefully released just before the long Labor Day weekend to minimize its destructive effect on the Clinton campaign) about Hillary’s inability to recall what she did, when she did it, if she used more than one phone or not, or if she ever sent classified information over her personal server, leads me to ask the following questions.

Letters to the Editor

Letter: Change is inevitable, but not all change is good

Things I think I have learned: Change is inevitable, but not all change is good. It is just as racist to vote for someone because of color as it is to vote against them solely because of color. It is just as sexist to vote for someone because of gender as it is to vote against them because of gender. It is just as homophobic to vote for someone because they are LGBT as it is to vote against them because they are LGBT.

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Cascade Natural Gas workers race for United Way

Employees at Cascade Natural Gas raced tricycles loaned from the Tri-City Americans as part of a United Way fundraiser at the company's office in Kennewick. The three who raised the most money earned the chance to be in the race- the last event of a weeklong fundraising effort that included a barbecue and silent auction.
Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald
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