Letters to the Editor

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

LETTER:Decision controversial

The Sequim School Board voted in April to change Sequim’s two K-5 schools into one K-2 and one 3-5 school. Perhaps you’ve wondered why this… Continue reading

  • Jul 29, 2023

LETTER:Partisan goal

On June 11, two people came to my home uninvited. They claimed to be volunteers for an organization called the Washington Voter Project and wished… Continue reading

LETTER:Rate increases

Clallam Public Utility District 1 is proposing significant rate changes with little input from customers. They sent a letter out on July 13, announcing a… Continue reading

  • Jul 29, 2023

LETTER: Vote them out

I’m writing as a member of the Sequim Committee for K-5 Schools, a group of more than a dozen parents who’ve led the backlash to… Continue reading

  • Jul 28, 2023

LETTER:Backs incumbents

After listening to the League of Women Voters candidates forum for the Sequim School Board, it was clear to me that incumbents Larry Jeffryes, Maren… Continue reading

  • Jul 27, 2023

LETTER:Opposes incumbents

As a Democrat living in Sequim my entire life, besides my college years, I am keenly aware that Sequim has a very healthy mix of… Continue reading

  • Jul 27, 2023

LETTER:Demonizing homeless

I read that one of the candidates for Port Angeles City Council recently said, “I think …the fact that the people that are homeless are… Continue reading

  • Jul 22, 2023

LETTER:Not true

Having received my Clallam County Voters Pamphlet in the mail I was not surprised, but a bit dismayed, at some of the statements made by… Continue reading

LETTER:Remembering Campbell

We appreciate articles and photos the Peninsula Daily News published about community leader Orville Campbell and the memorial event celebrating his life, as well as… Continue reading

  • Jul 22, 2023

LETTER:Sequim candidates

Being on the Sequim School Board is not trivial. A qualified member should be well educated, have professional experience in education, preferably teaching, and be… Continue reading

  • Jul 22, 2023

LETTER:Biden poll

It’s easy to understand why Biden’s polling is low. Think media disinformation and ignorance and, well, just plain bigoted stupidity and the vagaries of polling.… Continue reading

  • Jul 15, 2023

LETTER:Horseshoe challenge

We are the members of the Sooke Horseshoe Pitching Association and would like to hold an “Orca Challenge.” We would like your horseshoe pitchers to… Continue reading

  • Jul 15, 2023

LETTER:Sequim incumbents

Re-elect all three of the incumbents who are running for the Sequim School Board. Maren Halvorson, Larry Jeffryes and Michael Rocha have made the hard… Continue reading

  • Jul 15, 2023