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Letters to the Editor Feb. 3, 2015

Airport working hard to secure new carrier

I wanted to take the opportunity to provide an update regarding our commercial air service and to clarify details of our work in response to SkyWest Airlines’ intention to withdraw its service from Crescent City as United Express.

On Nov. 18, SkyWest Airlines notified the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) of its intention to end service at Crescent City, effective April 6. SkyWest cited the retirement of the aircraft type it presently uses for our market, the 30-seat Embraer Brasilia, as the sole reason for its decision. Crescent City is an Essential Air Service (EAS) market, which provides commercial air service to select markets under the 1978 Airline Deregulation Act.  Immediately following SkyWest’s notification, DOT issued a hold-in order to prevent SkyWest from leaving Crescent City.

Letters to the Editor Jan. 31, 2015

Warren Tanquary’s big heart will be missed

I want to thank the Triplicate for putting Warren Tanquary’s death notice in your paper. He was a wonderful man. He had a heart. We are going to miss him a lot.

He served in the Navy. He has been sick for awhile. He is out of pain now.


Letters to the Editor Jan. 22, 2015

Peanut-fed crows leave unwanted mess

This letter is long overdue, but we kept hoping people would stop feeding whole peanuts in the shell to crows.  

We live close to Pacific and Pebble Beach, where large flocks of crows fly in and plant those same peanuts in our yard, the flower pots and the rain gutters.  

Letters to the Editor Jan. 29, 2015

Pick your own doctor, as long as it’s Sutter’s

This letter is regarding the recent insurance offer to CalPERS members in Del Norte County. On Jan. 8, 2015, a letter was mailed to the insureds to offer them Anthem Blue Cross Del Norte Exclusive Provider Organization. Sutter Coast Hospital and Sutter Health-affiliated doctors are the only options for treatment in the EPO network.

The most glaring problem is that this EPO policy would not reach across county lines. Now add to this Sutter’s decision to downsize Sutter Coast to a Critical Access Hospital with a maximum of 25 acute care beds and a maximum average length of stay of four days. If you are the 26th person in need of hospitalization, you get shipped somewhere else!

Letters to the Editor Jan. 27, 2015

Photographer’s column is a welcome addition

I very much enjoyed the Bryant Anderson photos “The little things in a redwood grove” (Northcoast Life, B1) in the Jan. 24 edition of the Triplicate. Both my wife and I have been fans of Anderson’s photography for years. And not just his hard news photos, but his human interest and nature photos as well.  

Letters to the Editor Jan. 17, 2015

DN emergency responders serve with professionalism 

In late December, two friends and I made the drive to Crescent City’s South Beach for a chance to surf some of the fine waves often available when conditions are too rough or stormy down in Humboldt County.

Upon arrival, the sun was out and conditions looked inviting. Wasting no time, we put on our wetsuits and hit the water. After a few waves I got out, dried off and changed into street clothes while watching my friends exchange waves. Soon after, one of my friends also paddled in.      

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?”

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