Letters to the Editor

LETTER:Letter campaign

Every year around Human Rights Day on Dec. 10, the Olympic Peninsula Amnesty International chapter invites everyone to join us in writing letters to free… Continue reading

  • Nov 19, 2022

LETTER:Hammers v. guns

I’m offering an alternative perspective to the Nov. 5 letter to the editor, “Ban Hammers.” The writer states “Or, we could recognize the fact that… Continue reading

  • Nov 18, 2022

LETTER: Good election

I served as a Democratic Party poll watcher at election headquarters at the Clallam County Courthouse. I observed first-hand the methodical work of Auditor Shoona… Continue reading

  • Nov 17, 2022

LETTER:Appreciates columnist

In response to the Nov. 8 letter “Dislikes columnist,” I will offer that I appreciate the columns by Mr. Charles Blow. I usually gain new… Continue reading

LETTER:Vaccine injuries

I’m writing this letter on Election Day, ignorant of what the outcome will be. Having become a single-issue voter for a concern that most chose… Continue reading

  • Nov 15, 2022

LETTER:Dislikes columnist

Charles Blow the, New York Times Op Ed writer that appears here in the pages of The Peninsula Daily News, is a one-trick pony, and… Continue reading

  • Nov 8, 2022

LETTER:Thanks volunteers

If you have enjoyed a bike ride, run or hike on any of our many local trails then you can thank a volunteer. If you’ve… Continue reading

  • Nov 8, 2022

LETTER:Keep it wild

Thirty years ago, a large portion of the Miller Peninsula State Park was saved from being turned into a Mitsubishi resort and expensive housing community… Continue reading

  • Nov 7, 2022

LETTER:Abortion rights

One in four American women has had an abortion in their lifetime. The rate was 1 in 3 before long-term hormonal contraceptives became available. Fifty-nine… Continue reading

  • Nov 5, 2022

LETTER:Backs Hays

As I watch our glaciers disappear, snow pack decline, rivers and salmon suffer increasingly dry summers and the ocean acidify, it’s hard to watch the… Continue reading

  • Nov 5, 2022

LETTER:Ban hammers

The Speaker of the House’s husband, Paul Pelosi, was savagely attacked with a hammer. The hammerman was charged with assault with a deadly weapon. Never… Continue reading

  • Nov 5, 2022

LETTER:Benefits veterans

There are many different views about the effectiveness of our representatives in Washington. Yet for the tens of thousands of veterans and their families on… Continue reading

  • Nov 5, 2022

LETTER:Elephant in the room

A blind man approaches an elephant. He grabs the trunk and declares, “The elephant is a snake and therefore evil.” The blind man approaches the… Continue reading

  • Nov 5, 2022

LETTER:Kidd has a plan

Kidd has a plan Because of the severe housing shortage that we are experiencing in this community, decisions need to be made promptly that will… Continue reading

  • Nov 5, 2022

LETTER:MAGA patriots

Some people these days have become so hateful, calling those of us evil names who do not think the way they do: terrorists, fascists, etc.… Continue reading

  • Nov 5, 2022

LETTER:Supports Nole

Being in law enforcement in Port Townsend is a very complicated job. Very likely the person needing intervention as well as the person asking for… Continue reading

  • Nov 5, 2022

LETTER:Backs Purser

Will Purser unquestionably deserves re-election as Clallam County Public Utility District commissioner, for no other reason than he has a long record of exemplary service.… Continue reading

  • Nov 4, 2022

LETTER:League forums

Early in each election cycle, the League of Women Voters of Clallam County invites local candidates to participate in candidate forums, a type of job… Continue reading

  • Nov 4, 2022

LETTER:Peach dedicated

This election, I am voting for Bill Peach for county commissioner and encouraging you to do the same. I have worked with Bill for many… Continue reading

  • Nov 4, 2022

LETTER:Speaks for Titterness

I live in Jefferson County, where I first met Marc Titterness, back in 1995, when he was working with some friends of mine, at the… Continue reading

  • Nov 4, 2022