November 17, 2014 12:00 PM

For November 10, 2014

‘It’s wonderful to see this talented actress starting over’ Merle Lurie Highland Park, Ill.

Katie Holmes

I am proud of her. I am sure none of us can fully appreciate all she’s endured but happy to see her feeling secure now.

Denise via People.com

I can’t wait to see her take on her new acting roles.

Jessica Stalter Orlando

She seems to have her head on straight, and she cares for her child. As someone who doesn’t know her, that’s all I can ask from her.

Ally via People.com

Marysville Shooting

The article highlights the student who shot and killed some of his classmates. I would love to see you pay tribute to each of the victims and celebrate their lives instead of giving more coverage to the one who committed this horrible and senseless act. They are the ones who need to be remembered.

Anne Walk New Lenox, Ill.

Brittany Maynard

I was incredibly moved when I read the story of Brittany Maynard, and I want to offer my most sincere condolences to her husband, family and friends. She was a beautiful woman and very brave.

Peggy Fallon via e-mail

Bette Midler

She’s one of the most talented performers ever! Congratulations on her long and successful marriage.

Amanda Dean via People.com

Finally! A celebrity who dishes out relevant advice that anyone over 40 can relate to and benefit from.Ms. Midler, you are and will always be the Divine Miss M.

Ilene Harding San Carlos, Calif.

Renée Zellweger

I think she looks different but equally beautiful. Her statements on being healthy and happy are the only things that matter. Being in a peaceful place in life should be everyone’s goal. Great job, Renée. The people who are being negative don’t know what it’s like to make huge changes in your life! Keep on keeping on!

Katie Ann Spenard

via Facebook

Correction

In the Nov. 10 Puzzler, clue 36 across should have read “____ Detective,” not “____ Blood.” People regrets the error.

People UPDATE

Third school shooting victim dies in Washington

On the morning of Oct. 24, Jaylen Fryberg texted five friends who met him in the cafeteria at Washington’s Marysville-Pilchuck High School. The 15-year-old shot them all before turning the gun on himself. Since our report in the Nov. 10 issue, Shaylee “Shay” Chuckulnaskit, 14, became the third fatality on Oct. 31. “Our hearts are broken at the passing of our beautiful daughter,” her parents said in a statement. Zoe Galasso, 14, died at the scene, and Gia Soriano, also 14, died two days after the shooting. Of the two other victims, both cousins of Fryberg, Nate Hatch, 14, has been upgraded to stable condition, while Andrew Fryberg, 15, remains in critical condition, a family member said.

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