Letters to the Editor

LETTER:Vote for change

This is in response to the paid advertisement in last week’s Sequim Gazette from Gayle Baker promoting the Independent Advisory Association-groomed candidates for city council.… Continue reading

  • Oct 31, 2021

LETTER:Vote for McEntire

A leter published Oct. 24 was a smear campaign against Jim McEntire, a candidate for Olympic Medical Center commissioner. Jim McEntire is a veteran who… Continue reading

  • Oct 31, 2021

LETTER: McEntire’s correction

The letter to the editor published Oct. 24 expresses many opinions regarding my candidacy for a seat on the Olympic Medical Center Board of Commissioners,… Continue reading

LETTER:COVID stats

It is appalling that our Democratic governor issues rules that deprive individual employees and business owners of their livelihood without consulting the Legislature, and that… Continue reading

  • Oct 29, 2021

LETTER:Jeffers’ correction

A letter to the editor published Oct. 25 said that I, Heather Jeffers, would consider a proposal to sell Olympic Medical Center. I did not… Continue reading

LETTER:Supports Stoffer

There is an attempt to censure Jim Stoffer and oust him from the Sequim School Board. Alas, I know only what I have read. I… Continue reading

  • Oct 29, 2021

LETTER:Vote for Schmeck

The purpose of my letter is to help clarify the misunderstanding that has been circulating regarding the Sequim School Board election for Position 4 between… Continue reading

  • Oct 29, 2021

LETTER:Backs Rogers, McEntire

I think it’s time to remind the voting public that on any high-functioning board of directors or commissioners, each of the members brings a varied… Continue reading

  • Oct 28, 2021

LETTER:Diligent, compassionate

I have worked with Lindsey Schromen-Wawrin for the last three and a half years. He has generously volunteered countless hours and expertise to help legal… Continue reading

  • Oct 28, 2021

LETTER:Extreme views

I have read two letters printed here about the Sequim School District Position 4 election. Both insisted that Virginia Sheppard is the only valid choice… Continue reading

  • Oct 28, 2021

LETTER:Interesting elections

Another election, and what a group of interesting characters running for elective offices. We have anti-vaxers and anti-maskers. We have QAnon supporters. We have those… Continue reading

  • Oct 28, 2021

LETTER:No conflict of interest

I am writing in response to several letters to the editor Sunday regarding Heather Jeffers’ candidacy for Olympic Medical Center hospital commissioner being a conflict… Continue reading

  • Oct 28, 2021

LETTER:Vaccine questions

For years I have voted Independent. The best policy positions, to me, get my vote. Yes, I am vaccinated. All that said, I have questions… Continue reading

  • Oct 27, 2021

LETTER: Constitutional right?

The Oct. 14 letter “Times Changed” about a friend’s grandfather driving home on his car rims during WWII due to tires being rationed for the… Continue reading

LETTER: Sheriff’s authority

Sheriff Bill Benedict has stated he doesn’t have the statutory authority to enforce the health rules issued by Dr. Berry, our public health officer. RCW… Continue reading

Letter: Exemptions

Exemptions I was disappointed to read that 259 employees, 16 percent of the staff, at Olympic Medical Center were granted a religious or medical exemption… Continue reading

  • Oct 25, 2021

Letter: Rogers best choice

I am a friend of Karen Rogers and going to state why I am voting for her. Karen knows the needs of our community, having… Continue reading

  • Oct 25, 2021

LETTER: Admirable convictions

As the local elections commence, selecting the best candidates to fill the various positions is essential for Port Angeles’ future. The current council members should… Continue reading

LETTER: Backs Rogers

Would you elect a candidate for an office with a personal financial interest in the decisions of that office? Most people would say, “No, that’s… Continue reading

LETTER: My choices

J. Thomas Oblak and Heather Jeffers. Port Angeles City… Continue reading