I realize the city road department is busy with numerous projects during the summer months, but I’d like to request it focus its attention on the primary roadways rather than the secondary ones.
I am pleased to be able to recommend Jim Duncan for your county commissioner.
According to Bloomberg.com’s feature called the best and worst, some of the countries with the highest minimum wages are Luxembourg, France and Australia.
The Union-Bulletin editorial about the fooling around in “our” Congress, political revenge, etc., was the best editorial I have seen in many a year!
Kudos to Whitman College and the city of Walla Walla for making the pedestrian crosswalk across Isaacs Avenue on campus more visible to motorists.
I am writing in support of Sheriff John Turner’s re-election.
A recent National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse study reported adolescents believe “tobacco, alcohol and other drugs are the biggest problem facing teens their age.”
I attended the debate for sheriff’s candidates hosted by the Chamber of Commerce on July 16.
As I read the letters to the editor in the U-B regarding the sheriff’s race I see two common themes: First, the “good ol’ boys” are worried.
Through experience, I have had the opportunity to see Frank Brown and Richard Greenwood at work.
The short piece offered recently by Lloyd Johnson mentioned a “very nice hit piece on Sheriff Turner” in the paper.
Regarding the front page of Sunday edition, “Pool proposals resurface.”
Equal education is a human right.
This is a letter of recommendation for Jim Duncan for county commissioner.
The Union-Bulletin reported on July 22 that Washington state failed to receive a waiver from the strictures of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2002.
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