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Laughing all the way to the bank

Editor: I was very surprised to see that the gas prices in Gibsons went up today (May 18) from 106.9 to 112.9 cents a litre. Especially when I read on the same day the following story on the net: Oil prices slide under US$70.

Let's all be extra vigilant

Theft and senseless vandalism continue to plague our communities, so much so, we're issuing a call to action.

We must stand up for education

Editor: Re: Unions warn of cuts to libraries, Special Ed (Coast Reporter, May 14). I hope the superintendent of our school district and our elected trustees know that it is not OK to pretend that our public schools will survive more cuts.

Some off-Coast athletes need attitude adjustment

In the six and a half years I've been editor at Coast Reporter and covering the sports scene, I've witnessed a lot of great things - many championships in youth and adult sports, many wonderful individual athletic achievements, too many to even remem

Seniors still squabbling

Editor: Gibsons Seniors Society (GSS) director Maureen Goldman's letter, "No harmony happening here" in your 14 May publication introduces a new phase in the subject of evening entertainment for seniors at Harmony Hall.

Fishy facts Mr. Fleetham

Editor: There are a number of misleading errors contained in Mr.

Feeling violated by vandalism

Editor: This Saturday morning (May 15), I awoke to find that someone had taken a knife to my car. They had forced the gas lid open and threw the cap on the ground.

A call to the French community

Editor: Hello. Bonjour. A wonderful new play space has been created in Gibsons at Shirley Macey Park. Inthe conceptual design,it was decided to includethe French language onallinterpretive signage.

Gambier arts series delights

Editor: Just have to say how enjoyable three Saturday afternoons have been at the Gambier Island Community Centre's Arts and Ideas series, conceived by Geoff and Brigid Smedley.

Let's make them feel welcome

Editor: Is Harmony Hallfor the use of all seniors in the community, or is it for the use of a chosen few? We, Suncoast Harmony Entertainment Society, requested the use of Harmony Hall for a New Years Eve dance.
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