Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor, May 5

Suspicious behavior

Well, well,well, did anyone win anything at the Chevy dealer last weekend, other than afree ride to the OCJ? Here’s what happened to me when I went to claim my bigprize. First they wanted to see my driver’s license to verify that I was theperson who was on the flier. Okay so far. Then the salesman walks over to thecopy machine and makes a couple copies of my license. I’m not positive, but I’msure he likely handed one copy to the guys in the office behind the one-waymirror window. Have any warrants the salesman asks? Nope I answer, not even aspeeding ticket. At this point I noticed a feller sitting 10 feet across fromme, straight faced with a look that he was ready to pounce if he got thesignal. After that I was asked where I worked, if I smoked, etc.

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Letters to the Editor, April 28

Problem solved

I may be getting on in years andmay have eccentric opinions.

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Letters to the Editor, April 21

Health Care forneediest

Fortunately I was able to read last week’s (April14th) one and only letter to the editor. However, my husband used thenewspaper as fire starter before I was able to write down the author’s name.

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Letters to the Editor, March 14

Eliminating Women’s Health

It is disappointing that the Republican Party andspecifically the right-wing conservatives are actually working against healthcare for women and children. In February, the House of Representatives, nowcontrolled by the Republicans and the Tea Party caucus voted to eliminate thefinancing for Title 10 known as the family-planning program.

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Letters to the Editor, March 31

Canola crusher prepares to begin

It has come to my attention that agreat deal of gossip has been generated about the new Carbon Cycle Crushoperation in the old ORO Fruit Company building. I have been closely watchingthe progress and how the coordinated efforts of a few have brought this companyto where it is today.

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Letters to the Editor, March 24

Open Space to stay

This is written in response to a question posed byJudy Palmer in a letter to the editor published last week regarding the DraftComprehensive Plan.

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Letters to the Editor, March 17

Some input on power bills

What in theworld is happening with our power bills? My last two single-month bills were$294! My December and January bill, combined, was $250.33. I’m sure that theautomatic meter reader is off on its calculations! Am I the only one (exceptfor a few close friends) that is complaining about these new charges? Why andfor what are we paying for?

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Letters to the Editor, March 10

Common ground

An Open Letter to the County Commissioners and the Residentsof Okanogan County:

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Letters to the Editor, March 3

A new wave

Hear that noise? It’s the first cracking of the rottedpillars supporting ‘affirmative action,’ as propped up by the Supremes of1978. Witness: www.cnn.com/video/#/video/living/2011/02/28/nr.white.male.scholarships.cnn?hpt=T2

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Letters to the Editor, Week 8

PUD bill no phantom load

To Okanogan county PUDcommissioners and Administrators:

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