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LETTER TO THE EDITOR | Homola should have your vote this November

  • Today at 12:00PM

Editor, This November you will have a definite choice as you vote for a senator to represent you in Olympia. A person who is funded by private local citizens or a person who is beholding to corporate America; a person who wants to promote environmental safeguards or one who sees only the best interest of profit making entities...


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LETTER TO THE EDITOR | Climate change is being ignored by politicians

  • Today at 10:00AM

Editor, Global climate change is the most pressing issue facing our nation, and the world, today. Yet our elected representatives in Olympia, like their counterparts in Washington, DC, have failed to take any significant steps to deal with this crisis. Out of frustration over this inaction some people have started to promote Initiative I-732, which purports to deal with climate change.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR | Shame on The Record for publishing letter

  • Today at 8:00AM

Editor, This letter is in response to John Stone’s letter, “Voting Democrat is the only way,” in the Saturday edition of The Record. First off, I cannot believe that no one has replied to this statement. Second off, I can not believe that The Record has even published this as a “letter to the editor.” To me, it seems to lean towards bait (shame on you for publishing this), or just the way this paper’s editor leans (even more of a shame).

LETTER TO THE EDITOR | Price Johnson has good judgment, temperament

  • Today at 6:00AM

Editor, I am writing in behalf of Helen Price Johnson for Island County commissioner, District 1. In the political environment that we are experiencing today, with the vitriol taking the place of reasoned discussion of important issues facing our country, state and local communities, we more than ever need people in elected positions who have demonstrated good judgment and want to solve problems rather than score ideological political points.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR | Lone Lake needs management

  • Sep 24, 2016 at 2:00PM

Editor, This lake is so poorly managed it is depressing. People come from places as far as Canada to fish this lake; every fly fishing store and club in the Puget Sound will have a report on this lake and yet it is managed by idiots. I have fished this lake with a fly since the late 80’s and have watched it deteriorate into a slimy, green and smelly mess.

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