Letters to the Editor

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

LETTER:ATF rules

Comments on “Not Real News: A look at what didn’t happen this week” (PDN, March 2) the Associated Press appears to be attempting to cover… Continue reading

  • Mar 9, 2024

LETTER:Help appreciated

Until we need them we have no idea how lucky we are in our emergency response teams and the people of Volunteer Hospice of Clallam… Continue reading

  • Mar 9, 2024

LETTER:Political signs

My family moved to the Peninsula almost eight years ago. We quickly discovered how interwoven life is here. We see the same faces in the… Continue reading

  • Mar 7, 2024

LETTER:Southern border

The crisis on our southern border is just that, a crisis. Each day on TV we witness a line of refugees as they march in… Continue reading

  • Mar 7, 2024

LETTER:Drug problem

How can we discuss short-term rentals when visitors must step over drug paraphernalia in neighborhoods absent of the sounds of children playing? Discovering drug paraphernalia… Continue reading

  • Mar 5, 2024

LETTER:Biden gaffes

Some of us may remember the movie “The Sixth Sense” which recounted the story of a boy, played by child star Haley Joel Osment, who… Continue reading

  • Mar 2, 2024

LETTER:Expects little

I grew up in southwest Montana; Anaconda and Butte. Mining and smelting account for decades of pollution. ARCO, owned by British Petroleum is responsible for… Continue reading

  • Mar 2, 2024

LETTER:Injustice

Why does humanity have such a short attention span when there’s injustice? Just two short years ago there was a righteous uproar over the attack… Continue reading

  • Mar 2, 2024

LETTER:Trump funds

Before you throw another pity party and start a GoFundMe campaign to Trump’s latest defamation fines and settlements with New York over his fraudulent business… Continue reading

  • Mar 2, 2024

LETTER:Opinion to CDC

This considered recommendation of changes to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention isolation with COVID seems extremely counterproductive. If those of you who have… Continue reading

  • Mar 1, 2024

LETTER:Short term rentals

As is often the case the Port Angeles City Council is not honoring the will of its constituents. The vast majority of city residents do… Continue reading

  • Mar 1, 2024

LETTER: Wasteful spending

In case you need another reason to vote against Democrats this year, here’s a recent headline from Pullman Radio, “WSU Needs Over 1 Billion Dollars… Continue reading

  • Feb 27, 2024

LETTER:Don’t believe him

Rep. Mike Chapman would have us believe that he has the interests of the Peninsula at heart when he decides how to vote. What changed?… Continue reading

  • Feb 24, 2024

LETTER:Push for ceasefire

President Biden will absolutely have my vote in November. The other guy and where he plans to take this country is too awful to contemplate.… Continue reading

  • Feb 24, 2024

LETTER:Thank God

Thank God for Texas, as my home state encourages border crossers, legal or otherwise, to head westward to California where taxpayer funded health care and… Continue reading

  • Feb 24, 2024

LETTER:Support Ukraine

The far right House Republicans have turned their backs on the Ukrainian people who are fighting our fight against Russian aggression. They are Putin’s lackeys,… Continue reading

  • Feb 23, 2024