Grateful thanks to all who helped

On Jan. 31 I was driving down Evergreen Way in Everett and my car lost all its power. I was able to get if off the road at 47th and Evergreen WAy. I was there maybe 10 minutes when two gentlemen stopped to see if I was OK. Then three more gentlemen stopped; one had a smartphone and called a tow truck for me. Then a wonderful police officer — Karen White — stopped to see if I was OK. She said she would stay with me until the tow truck came.

I want everyone to know what wonderful people we have in Everett — citizens and police officer Karen White.

Dorothy Pereira

Everett

More in Opinion

Editorial: Eminent domain isn’t popular, but it’s fair

Everett Public Schools’ condemnation process assures fairness for property owners and taxpayers.

Editorial cartoons for Wednesday, Jan. 17

A sketchy look at the day in politics.… Continue reading

Robinson: Trump, in word and deed, rejects ideal of diversity

And most Republicans appear to be falling in line with the president’s race-based immigration plans.

Ignatius: The Trump-Russia probe is far from a ‘witch hunt’

There may be something in tatters at the center of the FBI’s investigation, but it isn’t the agency.

Everett School District should be generous to property owners

I was saddened to read the Jan. 11 article in The Herald… Continue reading

Tribal casinos should cater to nonsmokers

An article in Jan. 9 Herald mentioned that the adult smoking rate… Continue reading

Funding for Children’s Health Insurance Plan must be restored

The health and well-being of 9 million children are at risk! It’s… Continue reading

Would Norwegians want to move to Trump’s America?

President Trump asks, in referring to immigrants from Africa, why would we… Continue reading

Editorial cartoons for Tuesday, Jan. 16

A sketchy look at the day in politics.… Continue reading

Most Read