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Let’s celebrate our newest citizens

There’s always joy around citizenship ceremonies, and last week’s event at South Puget Sound Community College had its share as nearly 20 immigrants were sworn in as new U.S. citizens. In this time of tortured, often silly national debate about immigration, it’s important to remember stories like those of Therese Baxter-Pantoja of Olympia who emigrated from Mexico in 1978, served in the armed forces, and has two sons.

Let’s celebrate our newest citizens

There’s always joy around citizenship ceremonies, and last week’s event at South Puget Sound Community College had its share as nearly 20 immigrants were sworn in as new U.S. citizens. In this time of tortured, often silly national debate about immigration, it’s important to remember stories like those of Therese Baxter-Pantoja of Olympia who emigrated from Mexico in 1978, served in the armed forces, and has two sons.