The very essence of a learning community is a focus on and a commitment to the learning of each student.
I would like to thank some very special people for making this year’s One World show a success.
Many thanks to David Turnoy for his letter on July 1 explaining the very real need for additional youth mentoring on Orcas.
Congratulations to our Mayor Granny who, along with four other candidates, Lewis, Bentley, Sullie and Oliver, campaigned, paraded, spray-painted, tweeted and posted, endured the heat – even nail polish – and ultimately starred in the King 5 news feature, which wound its way to an NBC showing.
In his letter on July 8 regarding Lummi opposition to the Gateway Pacific Terminal, Gordon Jonasson completely misses their point.
In reply to Mr. Henigson’s Letter to the Editor published on July 8:
I have been recording my energy usage about every two to three hours (except night-time), and can report the following for the first week (June 22 at 10 a.m. through 10 a.m. on June 29).
Regarding last week’s above-the-fold headline – “Sex traffic on the island?” – there is no sex traffic on the island, or, indeed, in the county, according to a local detective. The headline was pure sensationalist bull puckey. Does the Sounder aspire to become a National Enquirer clone?
The Orcas Medical Foundation would like to extend heartfelt thanks to Ed Wilson for his many years of service to OMF and the Orcas Medical Center.
One of the most exhaustive reviews of any project in this state, the environmental study of the Gateway shipping terminal in Whatcom County, is unprecedented in its vast scope.
I want to say thank you to everyone who supported my sale for International Justice Mission. With your help we were able to raise $1,000 to help set people free.