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Resident objects to parking change

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I want to object to the ridiculous idea of parallel parking in front of the Post Office.

Writer supports Alzheimer’s research

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For the past seven years, I have been the full time caregiver for my wife suffering from Alzheimer’s in the Tri-Cities.

Medicare payments concern provider

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As a local rheumatologist who treats Medicare patients, I am deeply concerned by a recent proposal from the federal Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services that could result in further payment cuts for Medicare Part B drugs.

Writer concerned about board selection

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The Grandview School Board is attempting to fill Position No. 5.

Changes ahead for July 4 celebration

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The Sunnyside Lions Club is honored and excited to present the annual Independence Day celebration and fireworks display to Sunnyside residents.

Writer shares about teen’s efforts to help

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On behalf of Lower Valley Crisis and Support Services, I am writing to share about Alyssia Medina, a Grandview High School senior.

Cemetery looked nice for Memorial Day

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I was extremely pleased with the condition of the cemetery gardens — they looked fantastic.

Boxing club leaders praised for their efforts

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Cruz Ramos and Ralph Navarro should be commended for taking their time, energy and money to love and care for young area men through their community boxing program.

Writer expresses cemetery concerns

It was Memorial Day weekend and my husband and I made the rounds.

Don’t leave pets alone in cars this weekend

This Memorial Day weekend, countless Americans will head outside — flocking to parades and picnics and pools — to enjoy some fun in the sun alongside family and friends.

Seeks letters for school project

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Hello! I am a fourth grade student in North Carolina. In fourth grade, we do state reports and I have chosen your state!

Applauds board’s superintendent choice

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Congratulations to the Sunnyside School Board on their selection of Kevin McKay as the District’s new Superintendent.