It was enlightening and sad at the same time.
In November we are asked to vote yes or no on a library service contract. Here are some facts about the contract.
It’s not like I didn’t think it could happen to me. With more than 214,000 dead in the United States, and that number climbing, I could certainly be one of those who contracted the coronavirus, and since I don’t have a spleen to bolster my immune system, I was at a greater risk.
To the citizens of Humphrey, as an elected city councilman, I was pleased to read Monica Veik’s letter to the editor last week. She brings up a lot of great points. I will try my best to answer her concerns and hope to show the city vision and leadership that has gone into making the decision to pursue a new municipal pool for our town.
You were supposed to be reading this column while my family and I were at Disneyland.