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Thank your school board Editor, the Journal, January is School Board Recognition Month. It is a great time to recognize our elected community members who selflessly give their time and energy in support of high-quality public schooling for our youths...

 

Journal Letter Policy

The Journal encourages original letters to the editor of local interest. Diverse and varied opinions are welcomed. We will not publish letters that are deemed libelous or scurrilous in nature. All letters must be signed and include the writer’s...

 

Letters to the Editor

All joking aside on sewers Editor, the Journal, This is the third letter I’ve written about the sewer situation. I’ve had a good time with the double entendres, but here I will be a bit more serious. There is a lot of money on the line for our...

 

Letters to the Editor

Troubled times Editor, the Journal We have had many, many, many bad times in the past. The Great Depression, two world wars, the (so-called) Cold War, to name a few, and we are now in the middle of two very bad situations that hang over us like a...

 

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The unspeakable Editor, the Journal, This is a difficult subject and one I expect many will find objectionable in today’s divisive climate. I’m a white man who has had many and various relationships with people of color during my life. None of...

 

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Missing the point Editor, the Journal, I'd like to thank Mr. Anvik for his attempt to answer a previously posted question in the Journal and appreciate his truthful feelings expressed about ex-President Donald Trump’s personality. However, he fell...

 

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A winning Saturday Editor, the Journal, My family and I attended the downtown Shelton Christmas happenings on Saturday evening. After the year we have had, I can honestly say I wasn’t looking forward to it. I was dreading it but, sometimes, we...

 

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The road to Staircase Editor, the Journal, I recounted the recent experience Mark Woytowich had travelling to Staircase. Having made that trip for over 20 years, I can relate. I was disappointed that he implied that Olympic Park managers were...

 

Letters to the Editor

‘Thank you’ Editor, the Journal, We should all be thankful to the Shelton-Mason County Journal for publishing, and to Mr. Ardean Anvik of Shelton for writing, his inspirational guest column in the Nov. 11 edition. In his piece, Anvik paid...

 

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A question Editor, the Journal, Newly retired after 41 years of teaching, I have a lot more free time and enjoy reading the various letters to the editor, well, except for the occasional name-calling. It appears that some people have running conversa...

 

Letters to the Editor

A slippery slope Editor, the Journal, I for one support Sandy Tarzwell and am thankful for her warnings and that she spoke out. I sense that the outrage expressed is really an attempt to change the subject or get someone different for the school...

 

Letters to the Editor

Ivermectin thoughts Editor, the Journal After reading some letters to the editor criticizing the unvaccinated for not getting the experimental jab that apparently doesn’t work anyway, I wonder why ivermectin works so well in India? Their cases...

 

Letters to the Editor

The real reason Editor, the Journal, A recent letter writer cited 24 “reasons” they believed people remained unvaccinated. I submit that there is really only one reason: selfishness. At some point those who choose to be unvaccinated decided that...

 

Letters to the Editor

Some guidance for letter-writers Editor, the Journal, I feel that prolific, long-winded, angry complainers have achieved a near monopoly in the Journal's letters to the editor. Newspapers rarely...

 

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