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Letters to Editor

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Most not aware of miracle of hospice Thank you very much for publishing the information on hospice in the June 3 edition of The Island News. This subject is so important yet far too many people do not know about the wonderful services hospice provides. The author has skillfully linked the likely cares and concerns… Keep Reading

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Looking forward to Graber’s next column I wish to congratulate Mr. Scott Graber for the outstanding columns published in The Island News. They all begin with a little fun – where he is, who he’s with, or what he is drinking. It’s different and entertaining. His writing covers so many different subjects. They are always… Keep Reading

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Congratulations, Amanda Dickman On behalf of the Board of the Friends of Beaufort Library, I would like to congratulate Amanda Dickman on her appointment as Library Director for our County library system. This was a very smart appointment! Ms. Dickman was well-mentored by her worthy predecessor, Ray McBride, and the Friends Board has enjoyed working with… Keep Reading

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Remembering Joanne Leschak Joanne Leschak died Wednesday, April 7. She leaves behind her daughter, Rachel Hart, Ph.D., son-in-law Bobby Hart, one grandchild, her father William Leschak and siblings. She was a great mother, grandmother, and person. She was funny, smart and best of all – she was kind. She worked as a title abstractor and… Keep Reading

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Nothing taller than a coconut tree Having read Dick Stewart’s long letter in last week’s Island News, it reminded me of the building code we encountered on the island of Aitutaki. Like Beaufort, locals know who owns and has owned each piece of land for the last 13 generations. Anyone who wants to build must… Keep Reading

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Hospitality and healthcare workers go hand in hand As the vaccination process in our area continues, our local health care workers have been working tirelessly to ensure our community gets vaccinated in a quick and healthy manner. The Beaufort Area Hospitality Association (BAHA) aimed to find a way to say thank you to the many… Keep Reading

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