2: October 1, 2017
Gus believes Fire District commissioners are capable of telepathic communications.
3: October 1, 2017
Gus whines that he now has to actually ATTEND Fire District meetings instead of just watching their videos in the comfort of his home where he does not have to interact with actual working adults.
5: October 1, 2017
Gus writes the longest article in his career about someone supposedly making a mountain out of a mole hill. The irony is lost on Gus.
7: October 1, 2017
Bias: ignoring what you don’t want to acknowledge. But, that does not mean it goes away in the real world.
9: October 1, 2017
Gus is a selective fella - he’s been known to not print letters to the editor when he disagrees with their content or when he does not like their sender.
10: October 1, 2017
Gus takes loads of photos of former Fire Commissioner Shannon Tomsen because he’s a creep, part 1.
11: October 8, 2017
There’s room in the paper for only what Gus agrees with or likes. Funny how he’s never mentioned that the Hospital District agreed to pay over $7,000 of taxpayer money for a sign for the provider, Unity Care.
20: December 10, 2017
The Hospital District commissioners do not understand the meaning of a ‘special meeting’ or the term ‘executive session’ and they aren’t even embarrassed! But Gus is all over the Fire District to remind them of the purpose of executive sessions.
21: December 17, 2017
The Hospital District and Unity Care are thrilled with the 1% of patients who filled out their survey. That’s 7 people out of 541. There were 8 responses. Yep.
23: December 31, 2017
Gus just does not want full coverage of things he does not want full coverage of. And, watch Meg Olson and Pat Grubb run out of Fire District meetings - it’s funny that they appear to be embarrassed by their live’s work. We’re embarrassed for them too. Run Patty, run!
24: January 7, 2018
Gus discovers that Shannon Tomsen suggested that the Hospital District survey taxpayers about why they don’t go to the clinic for which they are paying. Vic Riley wrote the questions.
25: January 14, 2018
After many months of empty promises from the Hospital District to post their agendas and minutes, Vic created a website for the Hospital District for free. No, silly goose! They did not take us up on it.
26: January 21, 2018
Clinic management prevents Bellingham doctors from using the clinic in off hours to see their patients. And the Water District loses lease to office on Tyee so we all get to see all those lovely RVs instead.
29: February 11, 2018
OH DEAR GOD, HOSPITAL DISTRICT COMMISSIONERS HARPER AND NAULT ATTEND A CIRCLE OF CARE MEETING OBVIOUSLY IN VIOLATION OF THE OPEN PUBLIC MEETINGS ACT AND GUS PRATT IS ALL OVER IT - not.
30: February 18, 2018
The Hospital District sees the Fire Department's CARES program as a threat. Guess what Gussy focuses on.
31: February 25, 2018
Gus appears thrilled that property taxes are going up because he gets to roll around in the mud of his big words and fancy phrases.
32: March 4, 2018
SMOKING GUN ALERT - Hospital District Chair Dick Williams expresses concern about keeping the clinic open due to finances. Oh ya, Superintendent Elaine Komusi resigns or is she simply jumping the sinking ship?
34: March 18, 2018
Does the All Point Bulletin ever quote accurately? This is bias in the worst way.
36: April 1, 2018
Easter and April fools day occurred on the same day. You gotta admit that Gussy riding high on the bunny was cute.
37: April 8, 2018
Adam Rozyskie is a bully and a liar. Just watch the video for proof. And Hospital District commissioner Robin Nault jumps the sinking ship
resigns. And Shannon asked Chair Dick Williams to go over their budget several times. No, no one has ever responded to that request.
38: April 15, 2018
The Hospital District’s finances are very scary! And, why so little savings after Virginia Lester left?
40: April 29, 2018
Pat Grubb is a creep and bully, part 2: An editorial by Shannon Tomsen.
41: May 6, 2018
New Hospital District commissioner appointed. The commission even let the Unity Care employee sit in on the executive session! Now there’s something to report on, Gus.
43: May 20, 2018
Among other things, proof that outgoing Hospital District Superintendent Elaine Komusi has violated the public trust.
44: May 27, 2018
Gus is upset because someone (could it be us? we’re blushing!) is using his own tricks against him.
48: June 24, 2018
Statistics are useful. The Hospital District should understand them better.
49: July 1, 2018
We demand that outgoing Hospital District Superintendent Elaine Komusi stop lying about us.
50: July 8, 2018
Our analysis of the Hospital District community survey results.
52: July 22, 2018
Our guide to the 2018 Washington State US Senate primary candidates.
55: August 12, 2018
Why did it take a Whatcom County Sheriff deputy many hours to respond to the break-in at Auntie Pam's Country Store? We had a few theories.
56: August 19, 2018
We have some questions about Sheriff coverage in Point Roberts. The Whatcom County Sheriff's office answers them.
57: August 26, 2018
It didn't happen if it didn't happen to me: A three-act drama on NextDoor about the clinic.
62: September 30, 2018
The Hospital District finds a new provider that offers expanded days of service, care by actual doctors, and urgent care.
72: December 9, 2018
Yet another Point Roberts org chart: the Point Roberts Community Advisory Committee.
76: January 6, 2019
Why did bids for the Water District's new facility come in so high? We have the answers.
84: March 3, 2019
Dr. Sean Bozorgzadeh, co-founder of Supertrack Urgent Care, speaks at the Circle of Care annual meeting.
90: April 14, 2019
The most petty man in Point Roberts visits the happiest country on earth.
92: April 28, 2019
Whatcom County Executive Jack Louws announces full funding for Lighthouse Park.
107: August 8, 2021
Explaining the "jokes" in Pat Grubb's three "open letters" to Margaret Trudeau.
115: October 10, 2021
An open letter to Whatcom County Parks and Recreation. (Hint: Historic Lighthouse Park merchandise available for purchase!)
125: January 9, 2022
Explaining the rationale behind Whatcom County's snow plowing priorities for Point Roberts.