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Letters to the Editor May 1, 2014

Officials dropped the ball in handling of school threat

Today, I received a phone message telling me that the Del Norte County Schools were on high alert due to a threat that was left on a certain web site. When the police stated that they would have an officer at the schools, it made me feel better to know that they were concerned and protecting our kids.

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Letters to the Editor April 29, 2014

Henion's experience makes him best choice

Del Norte County has an excellent opportunity to select Dohn Henion as a Superior Court Judge. I have known Mr. Henion since 1984 and consider him an excellent and distinguished attorney, counselor of law and advocate. From 1984–1988 I worked at the Del Norte County District Attorney’s Office. Mr. Henion was a criminal defense attorney at the time and his work was always well thought out, hard hitting and effective. He possessed the rare ability to analyze cases thoroughly and present exceptional legal and oral advocacy.

 

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Letters to the Editor April 26, 2014

Focusing for a change on victim Kenny Jones

During the trial, sentencing and now judge-ordered re-sentencing, everything seems to be focused on one person. The victim that was killed by the choice of Coulter Mann, to drink and drive has been lost during all of this.

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Pages of History: California’s vacation wonderland

From the pages of the Del Norte Triplicate, April 1958.

California’s potential vacation wonderland — that’s the way a recent visitor described Del Norte County, and then advised that the people of the county make an all-out effort to develop it into just that.

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Letters to the Editor April 24, 2014

Eight reasons to choose Drossel for district atty.

I have lived in Del Norte County for 10 years and having known Bob Drossel for the bulk of those 10 years, I can attest to the following:

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Letters to the editor April 22, 2014

Reason why more rapes reported now

I noticed in Jim Maready’s ad that he refers to the numbers of rapes reported having gone up in this past 10 years. I say that more reporting of this crime is a good thing.

It used to be, in Mr. Maready’s day and age, women were often afraid as they would then become victimized again by the system.

 

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Did You Know? Questions to ask when candidates pass through

In case you hadn’t noticed, it’s open season on political candidates. Here at home we get to ask the candidates questions at various forums and they do their best to give straight answers. Our county is so small that a person running for local office can’t ignore us because we will run into them everywhere from the local supermarket to the gas station.

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Letters to the editor April 19, 2014

Drossel has experience in county to be good DA

Let’s make the right choice for district attorney.

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Pages of History: Housewife, mom and holder of a full-time job?

From the pages of the Del Norte Triplicate, April 1952.

Mrs. Dee Spann is the mother of three growing children. She keeps house, shops, cooks, bakes, irons and stays up nights when her youngest has a cough.

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E&P: Appreciating Del Norte a matter of perspective

A disassembled sea serpent lies beyond my front door.

Three big rocks in the Pacific, seemingly strewn at random.

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