I would like to thank everyone in our great community for the outpouring of love I have seen on the passing of our dog Sampson.
Barry Clemons’ July 10 letter accused Editor Walker of engaging in sophistry by only printing letters from “… a select group of writers who seem to be Marxist apologists.” Mr. Clemons letter is ironic because many of his quasi-plausible arguments are based on totally false premises — in other words, sophistry.
Barry Clemons, writing in the July 10 edition, may have begun his letter by noting some of the words that he might say whenever he attends church services (“Going from apathy to dependence,” page A5, July 10 Herald). For example, “Forgive me Lord, for I have sinned against you in thought, word and deed ...”
I would like to thank the community for another successful year of welcoming two amazing exchange students into the community.
He is well-informed about recent educational issues at every level. He understands the unique struggles faced by students and teachers in public education. He will listen to both sides of an issue and make fair, reasonable and financially responsible decisions.
Put the proposed Ag Code in the trashPut the proposed Ag Code in the trashPut the proposed Ag Code in the trashPut the proposed Ag Code in the trashPut the proposed Ag Code in the trash
In regards to the July 10 edition of the paper and, in particular the article on Page A3 entitled “Alcohol ads could appear soon on Kitsap buses,” my response is: “Are you kidding me? Seriously?”
In your July 3 edition, you printed a letter from Tom Driscoll. His point was in support of the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent decision to endorse gay marriage. He states this decision was “not rightly seen as civil law overturning God’s law.” Really?
I read with some amusement, but some frustration, the recent article regarding the trees cut down along Viking Avenue (“Business owner will replace trees he cut down,” page A1, July 3 Herald). My first thought was, here we go again with the mayor’s love affair for trees!
Residents and visitors alike should be appreciative and grateful for this kind of dedication.
Following is a letter that I sent to Rep. Sherry Appleton earlier Tuesday.
What an amazing community we live and work in...Our efforts to raise fund does not stop now.