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Letters to the Editor, Feb. 24, 2015

County should get tougher with Sutter

I’m a tad confused. Why is it that the Sutter folks say that our hospital is, basically, sucking the life out of the Sutter family when, according to their Regional President, Mike Cohill, the hospital turned a profit in the beginning of 2014? And that profit was also reported by Sutter CEO, Mitch Hanna!


Letters to the Editor Feb. 21, 2015

If Sutter downsizes, expensive transfers are sure to increase

After reading so many other letters about Sutter Coast Hospital, I would like to tell readers why I oppose Sutter’s decision to downsize the hospital to a Critical Access Hospital.

I have a childhood kidney disorder which sometimes requires hospitalization. Last year I went to the Sutter Coast Emergency Room and was told I had to be transferred to another hospital. I’m not sure why I had to be transferred because the hospital in Redding gave me the same antibiotics I can get here. The point is, when I was discharged from the Redding hospital, I had no way to get home. The airfare home was $1,200, which I could not afford. The hospital wanted to send me to a homeless shelter.


Letters to the Editor Feb. 17, 2015

Senior’s stolen car had helped others

Where’s my car?

A good friend of mine had his car stolen the other night. This person really loves his job, well, his clients mostly. Rain, wind, or snow he is there for them.


Letters to the Editor Feb. 14, 2015

Mr. Van Pelt, students rescued Marine Mammal Center’s van

This letter is to sincerely thank Mr. Jeff Van Pelt, Del Norte High School, for taking the time to help the Northcoast Marine Mammal Center (NMMC) repair its only dedicated rescue truck. 

Due to hard usage and limited funding for repair or maintenance, a severe automatic transmission problem developed and then crippled our truck. Unable to afford diagnostic or repair costs to get it running, the truck sat unused in the NMMC compound for three months. 


Letters to the Editor Feb. 10, 2015

Answers needed about frequent Klamath outages

The recent power outage in Klamath was not a rare or unusual occurrence. While this outage was longer than is typical, it seems that Klamath has a power outage whenever the wind blows strongly. And since we live near the Pacific Coast, the wind often blows strongly.  

Klamath’s frequent power outages are an economic development liability and a public safety issue, particularly for the less well off who cannot afford a backup electric generator. For that reason, officials at both the county and tribal levels should make it a priority to achieve more reliable power service for Klamath. 


Letters to the Editor Feb. 7, 2015

Officers in Brown, Garner shootings were doing jobs

In light of all the publicity regarding the conduct of various police department personnel across our country, I feel I need to weigh in on the two most critical incidences, which are the deaths of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., and Eric Garner in Staten Island, N.Y. 


Letters to the Editor Jan. 24, 2015

Complex problem needs attention of community

Many people become homeless because of economic troubles. Life on the streets can be very difficult. 

Many people give the homeless money. Many homeless people use signs to ask for money, food, work or other help. 


Letters to the Editor Feb. 5, 2015

Japanese delegation loved visit to Del Norte

Dear Editor, please allow me to use your newspaper to reach the greater Crescent City and Del Norte County communities to formally express gratitude on behalf of the delegation from Rikuzentakata who visited in early January.  

Your hospitality, openness, warmth, receptiveness, and acceptance left the group moved and humbled.  To those who opened their homes, to the administration and staff of Del Norte High School, to the businesses that offered food and lodging, to the Rotary members who listened to stories, and to the many from the Yurok and Tolowa communities who accepted the students, we extend our deep and profound thanks.  


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.

 


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