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The Eureka-based “Just Say Yes” group walked into the front office of the fairgrounds and booked the Red Barn for, what they said, would be a Saturday afternoon tea party . Fairgrounds General Manager Stuart Titus argued against us doing the story.

We insisted and reminded him of his silent role as vice-president of the family-owned corporation that owns The Enterprise.

“Women believe they are getting hired for trimming work, and then they’re drugged and raped,” said Maryann Hayes Mariani, a coordinator for the North Coast Rape Crisis Team.

To protect directors who have other motives, such as our mayor, by attempting to silence the press, is an assault of the very basis of our democracy — the First Amendment. In the meantime, this we know for sure: Enterprise readers deserve the continued effort and track record of fair and accountable reporting and, despite the occasional isolation and uncomfortableness, assurance that we are beholden to no one except you, our reader.Ferndale Enterprise 5.17.12 Editorial 5/17/12 Ferndale Enterprise Assurance In case you haven’t been reading the details, the now former vice president of the corporation that publishes the 134-year-old Enterprise, and who always has had a silent position in any matters involving the paper, has managed the fairgrounds for 21 years with seven three-year contracts.Recently, however, with some new and some old members on the self-perpetuating board, controversy has emerged.And, even now, as the husband of this editor is threatened with his job unless fair board members are made to “look good” — even in the reporting of non-fair related issues — we will not compromise.Making one exception for one situation is a slippery slope that we are not willing to embark on.

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