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Letters to the Editor Jan. 15, 2015

Caring treatment after Life Flight to Redding

On Aug. 12 a member of our household fell and broke his hip. 911 was called, and he was transported to Sutter Coast Hospital in Crescent City. On arrival there, it was determined that there were no orthopedic surgeons available to operate on him. Sutter Coast located an orthopedic surgeon at Mercy Medical Center in Redding. 

This transfer from Sutter Coast to Mercy was made via Life Flight. The transfer cost was five figures. 


Letters to the Editor Jan. 13, 2015

Community deserves anwers to questions about hospital

My recent experiences with Sutter Coast shows me the quality of care has gone down, with long waits and less care. 

How come the hospital board is not talking to other companies to come in and expand (not downsize) this hospital? 


Letters to the Editor Jan. 10, 2015

If Sutter values community, why won’t it be transparent?

As a Del Norte resident, I believe we have a right to be informed about our local health care, and I have some questions about that.

If the application for Critical Access Hospital status is denied, will Sutter Coast still be able to stay open? I read that SCH showed a financial profit last year. Is that true or is the hospital still losing money? 


Letters to the Editor Jan. 8, 2015

Elementary students loved Christmas gifts from prison

On Dec. 19, the Mary Peacock Elementary School community was blessed to receive an amazing gift from the employees at Pelican Bay State Prison. More accurately, we were blessed to receive over 115 gifts!  The PBSP employees made sure that every kindergarten and first-grade student received something that was on his/her Christmas wish list. Mrs. Claus made cookies for each child and the gifts were delivered by Santa and his elves.  

It brought such joy to the students and their families.  Children were amazed to find bicycles, scooters, dolls, art supplies and even camping gear. Many children exclaimed, “This is just what I wanted!  How did Santa know?”


Letters to the Editor Jan. 6, 2015

Take a stand against the ‘filth in our midst’

Why have we allowed the street people, alcoholics, addicts and bums to make us fearful on the streets and prisoners in our homes? Why do we allow them to make our parks and beaches unsafe  for our children to play in, unless you want them to see the lowlifes urinating, defecating and puking? Do you know how many local businesses have been driven out by them?  So many men have stories of their wives and daughters being accosted by these poor unfortunates for spare change and other unmentionables. Seniors are robbed and assaulted in their bedrooms, for goodness’ sake.  


Letters to the Editor Jan. 3, 2015

Community’s generosity was a big help to girl with autism

First off I want to say sorry this thank-you letter is late. I am the grandmother to Zyon Koon. She has autism. She needed more testing than what she could get done here to help us help her.

I am writing this letter to the citizens of Del Norte County. In November when we needed help with money for transportation costs and lodging, you all came through for her. For this a big thank you very much. We appreciated the help with finances during my granddaughter’s time of need. She made it to UCSF and had the tests done. She still needs more tests done, but for now she is doing fine. We have great businesses in this town that let us put our cans out for collection. To them we especially give you a big thank you.


Letters to the Editor Jan. 1, 2015

New sewer and water rates not fair to many customers

With regard to the new sewer and water bill, it does not take an Einstein to figure out what is being done to all ratepayers.

The City Council members make me think of the old time carpetbaggers, someone not paying their fair share. 


Letters to the Editor Dec. 30, 2014

Sutter Coast seems to have spending problem

Great article by Curtis Boewer (“Sutter’s financial records don’t support its claims,” Dec. 27) in the Triplicate Coastal Voices section. The facts pertaining to our hospital situation ferreted out and presented by Mr. Boewer are interesting and informative, stuff that everyone in our community needs to know. Of course there is a lot of other stuff we need to know about the workings of the Sutter Health Corporation, but because of the secret ways of the people running the outfit, we are probably stuck with a fairly large amount of ignorance.


Letters to the Editor Dec. 27, 2014

Car club’s donation much appreciated

I would like to thank the Northern Knights Car Club for their generous donation to the Major Project Fund of the Crescent City Elks Lodge #1689. 

The monies donated to this fund help California-Hawaii Elks Major Project Inc. fund 32 paid therapists and preschool vision screeners hired by CHEMPI to help disabled children when no other organizations can or will. These CHEMPI professional therapists and preschool vision screeners travel, sometimes great distances, to help children get care they need. 


Letters to the Editor Dec. 20, 2014

Public pay phones should be available for those who can’t afford a cell phone

Last month my husband had an appointment in Brookings with a cardiologist. He’d previously seen the doctor in years past.

Upon arriving in Brookings at what had previously been the cardiologist’s office, we were informed that his location had moved and they did not know where.


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