jesseela 8 months ago on Letter - Join the revolt, toss the incumbents out

Have people already forgotten Frank Brown's previous tenure as coroner? Toss the incumbents out? Frank Brown already was an incumbent and by many accounts was dissatisfactory.

Here you'll find a transcript of the comments made about then Walla Walla County Coroner Frank Brown. http://union-bulletin.com/news/2010/j...

Want more? Go to: http://union-bulletin.com/news/2010/j... or http://union-bulletin.com/news/2010/j...

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jesseela 8 months, 1 week ago on Letter - Frank Brown’s campaign signs questioned

WAC 390-18-040 (2) states: The term "reelect" may be used in an advertisement by a nonincumbent candidate who has previously been elected to the office being sought provided that in the same advertisement IT IS CLEARLY STATED that the candidate is not the incumbent. http://app.leg.wa.gov/wac/default.aspx?cite=390-18-040

Yes, Frank Brown's signs indicate that he does not currently hold the position. But in such tiny print that you'd have to stand directly in front of one to read it. I think his signs are misleading.

For this reason, and many others, I am voting for Richard Greenwood.

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jesseela 8 months, 3 weeks ago on Editorial: Greenwood is clear choice for county coroner

I could not agree more with the Union Bulletin's endorsement of Richard Greenwood for coroner. The editorial board's comments are spot on with respect to both candidates.

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jesseela 9 months, 2 weeks ago on Walla Walla County sheriff candidates spar at forum

While I realize that the Sheriff's Office race is the most contentious, it would be nice to hear more about the comments made by other candidates. While you included comments from Karen Martin and Mark Spinks, I'd be interested to know more about the coroner and commissioner candidate responses to the questions they were asked. Even if, as you state, "Questions and comments by the county commission and coroner candidates were fairly low-key. "

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jesseela 10 months, 3 weeks ago on Letter - Enough already with ‘climate change’ articles

A study by NOAA researchers links climate change to Hurricane Sandy level inundation, and predict Sandy-level inundation events will occur more frequently. Using Sandy as evidence is laughable. http://www.ametsoc.org/2012extremeeventsclimate.pdf

How about wildfires? Climate change is leading to increased frequency of large severe fires, and will continue to do so into the future. http://www4.nau.edu/itep/climatechange/docs/om_WildfireFactSheet_081512.pdf

But downhillracer is right, it’s like trying to convince a meeting of the Flat Earth Society that the earth is round.

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jesseela 2 years, 2 months ago on Dog that killed bunny should have been on leash

My sympathy to the owner of the bunny. I walk my leashed dog by Murr Field on a daily basis and frequently encounter off lead dogs, both at Murr Field and Howard-Tietan Park. It is unfortunate that so many people think that leash laws don't apply to them.

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