Letters to the Editor

LETTER:Remove squatters

I was wondering what the laws were pertaining to the parking of unattended trailers and the people now living in the parking lot of local… Continue reading

  • Sep 16, 2023

LETTER:Street people

Isn’t about time that our communities develop the political will to finally address the problem of street people? I refuse to call these people homeless.… Continue reading

  • Sep 16, 2023

LETTER:Too close

Several of us on the beach at Ediz Hook watched a whale-watching boat traveling too closely to a pod of orca in Port Angeles Harbor.… Continue reading

  • Sep 16, 2023

LETTER:Fire hazard

Has the Bonneville Power Administration, or its contractor, set enough fuel along the main power line that runs from Shelton to Fairmount? I am referring… Continue reading

  • Sep 14, 2023

LETTER: Sound of freedom

Sound of freedom “Judge: Growler Flights Continue.” Which came first, practice flights or the population density of the northeast Olympic Peninsula? What are people thinking… Continue reading

  • Sep 10, 2023

LETTER: Elegant column

Elegant column Although I am pro-choice, I wholeheartedly applaud the recent elegant column on abortion by Mona Charen (PDN, Sept. 1), which should be required… Continue reading

  • Sep 10, 2023

LETTER: Mail delivery

Mail delivery The mail delivery along U.S. Highway 101 is the worst that I’ve seen in 60 years. Over the years we have had some… Continue reading

  • Sep 10, 2023

LETTER: Not dead yet

Not dead yet I read Mona Charen’s column regarding President Biden’s age (PDN, Aug. 18.) She was responding to the concern of many that he… Continue reading

  • Sep 10, 2023

LETTER: No masks

No masks As a preemptive strike against the inevitable, I encourage all Clallam County citizens to refuse to wear masks when they are mandated by… Continue reading

  • Sep 10, 2023

LETTER: Slava Ukraini

Apparently, many politicians and citizens are lacking in knowledge of history. The most vocal of them being Vivek Ramaswamy, who has stated that he would… Continue reading

  • Sep 5, 2023

LETTER:Appreciated ER

Four days ago, I was stung by a hornet and went into anaphylactic shock. My husband got me to the emergency room within 15 minutes… Continue reading

  • Aug 31, 2023

LETTER: Winter access

A big thank you to the group that was raising awareness about winter access to Hurricane Ridge (PDN, July 18.) We need to let the… Continue reading

  • Aug 19, 2023

LETTER:Don’t blame AR-15s

In the Speaking Out section (PDN, Aug. 6) two people made the same mistake. They both call the AR-15 an automatic weapon. It is illegal… Continue reading

  • Aug 19, 2023

LETTER:CCA an investment

I support the Climate Commitment Act (CCA), and here’s why. Many of our communities suffer from the effects of carbon pollution, including hazardous air quality… Continue reading

  • Aug 18, 2023

LETTER:Support for three

Incumbent Clallam County Commissioner Mark Ozias won the Aug. 1 primary with 64.9 percent of the vote. Unopposed, he is headed for an even bigger… Continue reading

  • Aug 17, 2023

LETTER: Vaccine injuries

Good news is hard to come by for those suffering severe adverse reactions to COVID vaccines. But real change might be in sight with bipartisan… Continue reading

  • Aug 16, 2023

LETTER:Speaking about guns

I’m wondering about the source of the statistic mentioned in the Aug. 5 Speaking Out section 2023 asking about the 400 mass killings this year… Continue reading

  • Aug 15, 2023

LETTER:Housing idea

This proposal would involve both the community and local government, each having an integral part. The community would build tiny homes and the local government… Continue reading

  • Aug 15, 2023

LETTER:So what?

Those who want to save the planet, so their grandchildren can actually live here, are accepting the fact that climate change is real, and we… Continue reading

  • Aug 10, 2023

LETTER: Gas prices

Feeling pain at the pump? In part, you can thank the Climate Commitment Act passed by the House and Senate and signed by Gov. Jay… Continue reading

  • Aug 3, 2023