In June of 2009, John Turner walked into our SCIF (Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility) in Baghdad, Iraq, and I knew things were only going to get better.
I was thrilled to see the U-B article about Tom Cooper in Tuesday night’s paper.
I write this letter in support of Stephen Ames for Walla Walla County commissioner.
A compromise to imposing an outright ban on walkers, joggers and dogs at the city’s public golf course seems reasonable and acceptable. The City Council is considering the proposal tonight.
I am writing this letter in support of Dr. Derek Hayden.
It has been my honor to be a professional colleague of Richard Greenwood for the past 3½ years. I have been witness to Richard bringing credibility back to the Walla Walla County Coroner’s Office.
It is a pleasure to recommend Stephen Ames for Walla Walla County commissioner.
While I now live several miles out of Commission District 3, I care about the governance of our county and our future as a community.
After scrutinizing all the recent Union-Bulletin articles on the sheriff’s race, it is obvious to me that the most qualified candidate is Sheriff John Turner.
Those of you who are supporting Tom Cooper or Barry Blackman for sheriff need not be dismayed by all of the support Sheriff John Turner seems to have.
My, my, my, Mr. Tom Cooper!
Vote against John Turner. One week ago I didn’t know the issues or candidates. I’ve concluded that Sheriff John Turner is a liability to Walla Walla County by John Turner’s own words and website. Here’s why.
Those who came up with a cost estimate for putting in a new swimming pool — and just a pool — at the site of the old Memorial Pool on a napkin from a coffee shop based their calculations on optimism, not reality.
If you weren’t able to attend the sheriff’s debate at Whitman College Wednesday night, you missed a great opportunity to hear all three candidates discuss some very important issues pertaining to the Walla Walla Sheriff’s Office and our community.
From information provided in the Union-Bulletin and at the election forums there appears to be some misunderstanding about how deputy sheriffs are hired in Walla Walla County.
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