Category: Opinion

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Letter To Editor – Jesus wasn’t a Republican. Nor was he a Democrat.

Unfortunately, the system in which we live, plays to only two parties, that hold a strangle hold on power. As such what is one then to assume? That my identity in Christ is dependent upon who I vote for or don’t vote for? Shall I say then that it is my Christian Duty to vote for Biden or Trump? Neither statement is valid. The shame is a false equivalence within political and false religious dogma.

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Letter To Editor – A Touch Of Class In The Northeast A

On Thursday, February 1″ the boys’ and girls’ basketball teams from Riverside traveled to Newport for the final regular-season games against the Grizzlies. Both girls’ teams experienced injuries to key players during the season and had endured humiliating lopsided losses. In the first meeting, Riverside had won by 30. On that morning, as my granddaughter, who plays for Riverside, and I did our morning chores on the farm, I said to her “Lets’ show a little class tonight.” She was way ahead of me and commented…

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Letter To Editor – Ed & Phyllis Zimmerer

I would like to urge you to vote YES for the Deer Park School bond and levy. As someone who grew up here, I have seen tremendous growth in Deer Park, especially in the last few years. Both my husband and I are lifelong residents of the area and graduated from Deer Park schools, as did our 2 sons.

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Letter To Editor – Vote YES for Riverside – Tommy Mowles

On February 13th the voters of Riverside will have an opportunity to positively impact the future of the Riverside school district. Our schools have long been a source of pride for our community through the excellent education they have provided to our students while also providing excellent management of taxpayer dollars. Riverside has the lowest tax rate of any school district in Spokane county, and it has not had a bond election for construction since 1998.

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Letter To Editor – Mayor Tim Verzal

I am writing to express my thoughts on the Deer Park School District bond and levy that will be voted on February 13th. I strongly urge the citizens of Deer Park to vote yes for both propositions.

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Letter To Editor – Dale Magart

On the February 13 ballot will be a request to approve a bond for the Deer Park School District. With approval, a smoking real estate deal that is time sensitive, meaning it needs to be done soon, will happen and a new elementary school for grades 2 through 5 will be built; the Arcadia building will be remodeled to better serve Home Link, the Middle School will be modernized and renovated and a new bus garage/transportation building will be built.

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Letter To Editor – Proud to live in Deer Park?

Are you proud to live in Deer Park? Me too! The children in the Deer Park School District need our help. They are in overcrowded buildings.
The School District’s reputation determines many things: it attracts prosperity in the form of families, businesses and jobs, which in turn lowers the cost of local schools for everyone.

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Letter To Editor – YES for the Deer Park Schools – Peggy Coyle

By voting YES for the Deer Park Schools building BOND and Education Programs and Operations LEVY, you are actively adding value to your community. By reconfiguring grade levels in the primary schools and adding an additional elementary building, the school district will be able to provide safe and secure educational facilities for our growing community.

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