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Julie Porter April 11, 2014 at 01:43 AM
Taz was found after 8 days!! Crazy story but he was found in Gresham Oregon! Someone took him,Read Morebu t thank goodness he still had his collar on with owners name and phone number.
Karen Monson April 11, 2014 at 11:09 AM
Great News! Thanks for letting us know.
Janet McConnell CS March 28, 2014 at 02:00 PM
I would be willing to help with clothes. Just let me know where and when. JSM
Tanya Murdock Lewis March 31, 2014 at 12:46 PM
I can also....keep this updated and I will watch it. I have a few lamps and clothing, coffeeRead Morestand. .. Tanya taniej@yahoo.com
Chris April 01, 2014 at 02:03 AM
Thank you for your response Janet and Tanya. I would like to have anything that is to be donatedRead Morefo r Oso and Darrington scheduled to be picked up by Wednesday, April 2, 2014. So that I can make arrangements for transport. You can email me at sunshineinthenw@hotmail.com. Regards, Chris
Karen Monson February 19, 2014 at 10:22 AM
Wow, we never had a mid winter break when I was in school. When did this start? Seems like a lotRead Moreo f breaks with Thanksgiving, Christmas, Mid Winter Break, Spring Break, Summer and the other assorted holidays and in service days throughout the year.
Karen Monson February 26, 2014 at 11:07 AM
Costco isn't the devil. It is a business that provides things in bulk so that you can save money. Read MoreSaving money is not a bad thing. I feel for the local businesses, I really do. But when I go to a grocery store and it costs $200 for not much of anything, then I go to a Costco and get the same items for 1/2 the price, why would I not take advantage of that? Many people can't afford to pay more. As far as it changing the entire town, people change the town, not Costco. No one forces them to go to Costco or to do business there. No one forces the town to grow without support from the locals. Businesses don't grow without customers.
john schuller February 09, 2014 at 02:25 PM
Keep 'em guessing and confused...that's the plan I think. That lets people focus on the tried andRead Moret rue slogan "its for the children". I do think keeping capitol expenses segregated is a step in the right direction though. The last effort was a fruit salad of capital expenses and other needs making it difficult to see if value was indeed there. However (here we go again), without a design for these schools, bought and paid for, AND a cost escalation table reflecting what it will likely cost in the construction year...its all pie in the sky.
Karen Monson February 10, 2014 at 12:14 PM
I could support a 50 million bond, I've said that all along. But if you dare to question theRead Morecosts, or ask questions, you are accused by Ms. Gallinger of not supporting your community. That's getting really old. I do support Gig Harbor, I love it here and I try to support local charities, local contractors, local restaurants, etc... I also pay a pretty penny in taxes, both local and otherwise. Doesn't mean I don't ask questions when something doesn't seem to make sense, when the price goes up up up. And asking those questions doesn't mean I don't support my community.
Joan Fiano January 09, 2014 at 05:24 PM
I heard it will be built where the RV sales currently are across from Kentucky Fried Chicken etc.
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