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BURNABY, B.C.— On a day that looked more fitting for a scene from a Stephen King novel, rather than a football game because of the fog, Central Washington (3-1, 3-0) routed Simon Fraser (1-3, 0-2), 63-10.

To the Editor:

Letters to the editor from Jimmy Applegate and Sandy Elliott last week echo Matt Manweller's contention that CWU's 9-month investigation into his behavior was part of a conspiracy to fire him because of his conservative views. The letters' authors cite cherry-picked information from the investigation's report to suggest that the allegations of sexual harassment were trivial.

To the Editor:

If Judge Kavanaugh is an honorable person as many of his Republican supporters claim and he is not lying about the incident disclosed by Dr. Ford recently, he should tell Senator Grsssley to quit pushing the confirmation hearings to a rapid conclusion and tell Grassley to have a full FBI investigation of Dr. Ford's allegations and a full and open hearing with all relevant witnesses testifying.

To the Editor:

I am delighted that Rick Tuckness is seeking to serve as Kittitas County’s Coroner. While Rick has been in public service for over 30 years, I have only know him for half of that time. My late husband, EPD Sgt Nelson Ng, often spoke highly of Rick’s professionalism and compassion when they worked together at emergency calls.

The Christian worldview is the best way to structure our life and address life’s most difficult questions. No other worldview can compete with its explanatory power to answer life’s most difficult questions, correspondence with reality, and internal coherence. It is supported by paradoxical claims that witness to its truth.

I think I’ve mentioned before that when I was a child soccer was not allowed to be played in the United States. The Cold War will still in full force and we were serious about the domino effect of allowing soccer and then one day waking up and finding Bernie Sanders as president.

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Florence Josephine Dufault Florence Josephine Dufault, 94, passed away on September 7, 2018, with family at her side. She was born December 1, 1923, in Yakima, Washington, to Joseph and Margaret Rochel. Florence was raised in Yakima with sisters, Margaret and Mary. The family grew up snow sk…

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Joycelyn Louise Middleton Joycelyn Louise Middleton, 67, passed away at her daughter's home in Kittitas on Thursday, September 13, 2018. Joycelyn was born on January 19, 1951 to Ruby & George Middleton at Valley General Hospital in Ellensburg. She is survived by her four children - Rober…

It was very easy for us to wander right up to this week’s Kittitas County Farmers Market celebrity because we have been waiting to tell you about another long-time local farm family who have been providing our community with excellent produce for many years.

I have loved musicals since I was eight years old. If my life suddenly became a “Musical,” it wouldn’t be that much of a stretch. The best aspects of my life have always been connected to musical theatre.

To the Editor:

While reading Daily Record this morning, the one that grasped my attention the most, was the one on Democracy, in part it pointed correctly to how Fragile it is. It depends on Cooperation and Structure.

To the Editor:

Thanks to all who supported the Rise for Climate Ellensburg! Event Saturday, Sept. 8. Our event was part of 800 others in 95 countries across the world including San Francisco where over 30,000 marched to support climate change legislation.

To the Editor:

Dino Rossi recently ran a TV ad promoting himself as a consensus builder. Rossi has built a failed political career out of divisiveness — setting employers and government officials against workers. His top contributor in his 2008 second bid for governor was Building Industry Association of Washington (BIAW), known for funding strong-arm anti-environment and anti-labor political tactics. State charges were brought against BIAW for allegedly violating Washington campaign finance laws. Rossi was required to testify in what was a very contentious litigation.

Lee Jackson, ARNP, NP-C, has joined the staff at KVH Family Medicine-Ellensburg, according to a news release from the clinic.

It’s possible that your back-in-the-day Neanderthal parents chided their children for spending too much time staring at cave paintings.

The creative process has the reputation of being isolated with artist sequestered in studios and workshops. That’s not the case with the Robert Harrison art installation at Ellensburg City Hall where the public can not only watch the art take shape, but contribute to the final product.

A person did not necessarily need to be a local government geek to get a warm feeling from Monday’s Ellensburg City Council meeting where candidates were interviewed for the vacancy created by the resignation of Jill Scheffer earlier this summer.

To the Editor:

Let’s talk initiatives. I-1631: Our state would be the first in the nation to place a carbon emissions fee on “large emitters”. Do you really think these fees won’t trickle down to the average consumer? You can bet our gas prices will go up. It will be another large bureaucracy that won’t solve much, cost plenty and affect jobs and commerce. This deserves a no vote.

To the Editor:

The third weekend in September has become a time to gather and celebrate the new inductees of the Ellensburg High School Athletic Hall of Fame. This Saturday, Sept. 22, the fourth annual EHS Hall of Fame will be held in the EHS Commons at 7 p.m.

Dr. Ann Steel, nationally known internet use and addiction expert, will be coming to speak in Ellensburg today and Thursday, according to a news release from event organizers.