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Letters to the Editor March 8, 2014

Keeping rein on letters on hospital a good idea

I believe that the hospital situation actually has been quite well reported, if not a little over done, letter-wise.

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Did you know? Teens need work: A new solution for old problem

For the next few minutes take a trip with me back through time itself, back before the iPhone, before the CD, the VHS recorder and even cable TV.

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Artisan Cuisine: 'Salami' for a sweet tooth

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This one is basically a rich chocolate truffle filled with nuts, dried fruits and cookies rolled into logs to resemble meat salami. Photo courtesy of Anne Boulley
Artisan Cuisine runs monthly. 

A couple weeks ago I took part in a local chocolate festival. I sold molded chocolates, truffles, chocolate oranges, caramels and toffees.

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Church Notebook: Plenty of local church activities coming up

Why is it — even when it’s a rainy day — if you have to go out to the grocery store, between your house and car, there is only a little mist that stops while you’re driving and returns as you exit your car, increasing as you scurry into the store?

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Letters to the Editor March 6, 2014

Publicize requirements of Critical Access

Now that Sutter Coast Hospital has proposed converting to a Critical Access facility, I understand there are rules and regulations it has to follow. I feel these requirements should be publicized so I know what to expect or not expect should I become an inpatient.

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Coastal Voices: Critical Access is better than losing entire hospital

The people of Del Norte and Curry counties have been expressing a broad range of views regarding several issues surrounding Sutter Coast Hospital.

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Would enemy drop bomb on Crescent City?

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

Civil defense in Del Norte County shifted into high gear this week. William Parker, County Chairman, outlined a strenuous program for March and named two of his three city chairmen.

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Letters to the Editor March 4, 2014

Policy amounts to censorship

I was appalled to read the editor’s new policy of not printing letters regarding our hospital in the paper any longer (only the few he hand-picks).

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E & P: Special sections are due, including ’64 flashback

The birthing process is under way at the Triplicate for a couple of special sections that will be in readers’ hands by the end of the month.

The semi-annual Coast Vacation Guide will sport a new name and a new design when it appears March 29. Soon after that, Go Wild Rivers Coast will have a companion when the Triplicate and the Curry Coastal Pilot launch a mobile apps platform carrying the same name. It’ll be brimming with regional information for travelers and locals alike.

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Letters to the Editor March 1, 2014

Sutter Health operating with selfish motives

Critical Access was funded in order to improve health-care access by subsidizing tiny hospitals. By cutting beds to qualify, Sutter Health is using the program to reduce access to care in order to increase its payments from Medicare.

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