Letters to the Editor

LETTER: Are solar panels good?

Are solar panels a good idea for electrical generation? They collect solar radiation, some of which would normally be reflected back out to space. So,… Continue reading

  • Apr 6, 2024

 

LETTER: Law-abiding gun owners

Fifty-four years ago, I was a UH-1C helicopter gunship pilot in Vietnam, a position I would rather have not been in. Be that as it… Continue reading

  • Apr 6, 2024

 

LETTER: Lesser of two evils

Sadly, the U.S. must choose between the lesser of evils in 2024, Biden or Trump. Biden is a war monger who used false information to… Continue reading

  • Apr 6, 2024

 

LETTER: Supports paras

Our Port Angeles community should be outraged that management of our school district is denying paraeducators a modest raise, and one that the Legislature has… Continue reading

  • Apr 6, 2024

LETTER: Supports Quilcene levy

During graduation season, I enjoy reading seniors’ plans, impressed by the numerous scholarships many receive from local organizations to help them in their transition to… Continue reading

  • Apr 6, 2024

LETTER: Give docks to port

Recently I had a conversation with Corey Delikat, the director of the Port Angeles Parks and Recreation Department, after an article (PDN, March 13) about… Continue reading

  • Mar 30, 2024

LETTER: Restore beach access

I am writing this letter to ask assistance from locals on the West End of Clallam County. On a recent visit to Clallam Bay, I… Continue reading

  • Mar 30, 2024

LETTER: Our hospitals are valuable

Fortunately, I’ve only had a few times when I’ve had need of a hospital and have greatly appreciated Olympic Medical Center in Port Angeles. I’ve… Continue reading

  • Mar 28, 2024

LETTER: Power costs double?

Lately, the state of Washington has been anxious to follow the lead of California, particularly when it comes to energy policy, but is this a… Continue reading

  • Mar 28, 2024

LETTER: Trump is scary

These are the scariest times in my 79 years of living. It’s never happened before and I don’t understand. How can one derelict human shape… Continue reading

  • Mar 28, 2024

LETTER: Hats off to Neah Bay

I just want to express my appreciation for the success that both the high school girls and boys athletic teams have experienced for several years… Continue reading

  • Mar 27, 2024

LETTER: Improve boat launch

I’ve heard people reference Port Angeles as simply an old mill town. I’m quick to correct them and point out all the beauty and recreation… Continue reading

  • Mar 23, 2024

LETTER: Questions solar array

If reactions to a PDN article on Facebook are any indication, too few people have an intuitive sense of the value of solar energy in… Continue reading

  • Mar 23, 2024

LETTER: Support paraeducators

When thinking about supporting our local schools, one often-overlooked group of invaluable professionals is the paraeducators who support our most vulnerable students. Under the supervision… Continue reading

  • Mar 23, 2024

LETTER: Tyler a proven leader

I attended a meet and greet for Nate Tyler near Joyce, hearing him explain why he wants to represent us in Olympia. Tyler is a… Continue reading

  • Mar 23, 2024

LETTER:Rabbit purchases

Springtime and the Easter holiday is almost here so I would like to remind people not to buy baby rabbits that are sold this time… Continue reading

  • Mar 16, 2024

LETTER:State should pay

After reading an article in the PDN that said paraeducators might have to go out on strike, I decided to write this letter. I know… Continue reading

  • Mar 16, 2024

LETTER:Towne Road

I am writing to express my deep concern about the costs associated with the Towne Road paving project. While I recognize the importance of maintaining… Continue reading

  • Mar 14, 2024

LETTER: There he goes again

Last Wednesday, President Joe Biden announced that his administration was once again canceling federal student loans for 153,000 borrowers. As he stated, “Folks, I’m happy… Continue reading

LETTER:A letter for Lollie

You, now gone, named her Lollie in 2018. She was loved and now sad. We named them Ella and Daisy; now gone. They were loved…… Continue reading

  • Mar 9, 2024