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From Marvinna Crawford of Federal Way:

Why is it that the only regular column on your Opinion page is written by a conservative, Adele Ferguson? Her column makes it obvious that she leans to the right in her political views, but her June 14 piece (“WPPSS king now in get-out-the-vote ministry”) showed just how very conservative she is. It seems that she is a member (or at least a close associate of) the Christian Coalition.

As the more widely distributed hometown newspaper for a town that seems to be pretty equally divided between liberal and conservative voters (a political “swing” district), where is the other viewpoint for your editorial page? Surely there is a more liberal opinion writer available who could share the page with Adele.

From Eva Greitemann, Thomas Jefferson High School student:

Hey, thank you so much for the story and the announcement of Hope2reach More Light (June 4, “Teens out to prove God isn’t boring”). It was really awesome and we appreciate all the support you gave us through it very much.

From Ann Dutton of Federal Way:

Your article June 7 in the sports section regarding Twin Lakes Golf and Country Club hosting the region’s best amateur golfers for the Seattle Women’s Golf Association golf tournament on June 16-20 was misleading. These female golfers have not previously won golf tournaments to qualify for this event; the only qualifications to play in this tournament is an entry form and entry fee. Applications are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.

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