Letters to the Editor

LETTER:Too radical

Did you ever notice when Democrats are in charge that taxes go up, inflation raises its ugly head and the border is overrun by illegal… Continue reading

  • Oct 17, 2021

LETTERFree will

I’m reminded of a story. A man is on top of the roof of his house during a flood. He prays to God to save… Continue reading

  • Oct 17, 2021

LETTER:Public health crisis

Following the lead of our local Board of Health, the Board of the Jefferson County Public Hospital District #2 unanimously passed a virtually identical resolution… Continue reading

  • Oct 15, 2021

LETTER:Please get vaccinated

Through the years a fellow from my eighth grade St. John’s Milwaukie, Ore., class arranged annual reunions. COVID-19 interrupted the events. This year, with the… Continue reading

  • Oct 14, 2021

LETTER:Times changed

An older friend of mine was relating a story yesterday, well, let’s say a memory. He talked of being a youngster during WWII and sitting… Continue reading

  • Oct 14, 2021

LETTERS:Homelessness plan

I read with interest in today’s PDN a letter in support of John Procter and his plan to address homelessness in Port Angeles. This prompted… Continue reading

  • Oct 14, 2021

LETTER:Harvest a tree

Paper bags are better than plastic, but with the ban on plastic bags, a simple solution is to do what I did. I harvested a… Continue reading

  • Oct 13, 2021

LETTER:Vaccinations: Why

No more polio. Why? Vaccinaion. No more mumps, measles, chicken pox. Why? Vaccination. No more shingles. Why? Vaccination. Think about it. Many other health issues… Continue reading

  • Oct 13, 2021

LETTER:Voters have no say

On Thursday, Mayor William Armacost and his three appointees, Mike Pence, Sarah Kincaid and Keith Larkin, ensured that voters would have no say in the… Continue reading

  • Oct 13, 2021

LETTER: Insurance charges

I would like to pose a question to the insurance commissioner as to why insurers aren’t adding the cost of treating COVID-19 patients hospitalized and… Continue reading

LETTER: No need to kill the deer

No need to kill deer in Sunland. Please plant only plants that deer do not eat. Bob Snyder Sequim… Continue reading

LETTER: Reach and Row

A hearty thank you to all the community members who supported the 2021 Reach and Row for Hospice Race. This annual event, sponsored by Sequim… Continue reading

LETTER: Lives, not rights, in danger

On the 19th of this month, my friend died of COVID-19. She was diagnosed just the day before, and by morning she was dead, her… Continue reading

  • Oct 11, 2021

LETTER:Don’t be confused

There’s a bit of confusion about candidates for Sequim School Board Director Position 4. The official state Voters’ Pamphlet allows no changes to candidate statements… Continue reading

  • Oct 10, 2021

LETTER:Election stakes

There is a big election coming up next month. This vote will elect people who affect our daily lives in schools, city councils, hospital and… Continue reading

  • Oct 10, 2021

LETTER:Golden parachute

complete with an expensive golden parachute — by the usual… Continue reading

LETTER:PA at crossroads

Port Angeles sits at a crossroad. We have choices to make that will either grow us into a vibrant community with an emphasis on the… Continue reading

  • Oct 10, 2021

LETTER:Work together

What is going on? Who remembers Dwight Eisenhower’s advice to beware the military industrial complex? What has happened to our country? Our sense of togetherness?… Continue reading

  • Oct 10, 2021

LETTER:Responsible governance

The Nov. 2 election is less than four weeks away, and the stakes for Sequim couldn’t be higher. Most significantly, voters can depose Sequim’s notorious… Continue reading

  • Oct 8, 2021

LETTER:Supports Proctor

Having lived in this beautiful town for 61 years a person appreciates the tranquility, friendliness, and the potential that has existed here. Sadly, however, the… Continue reading

  • Oct 8, 2021