LETTER: Carbon sequestration

In addition to fish, I see another area of nature that government has mismanaged: Our state public lands. With growing cries of stopping harvests to… Continue reading

  • May 14, 2021

LETTER: Pleased by letter

I was pleased to see the letter “The True Whiners” in Peninsula Voices. The writer clearly addresses the causes and results of actions that created… Continue reading

  • May 13, 2021

LETTER: Unfit for office

The last few days I have had the opportunity to observe things that lead me to believe that the current mayor is unfit for this… Continue reading

  • May 13, 2021

LETTER: Snake River dams

There has been quite a push to remove the lower Snake River dams lately. I don’t understand the push to remove the dams that have… Continue reading

  • May 12, 2021

PAT NEAL: Answering tourists’ questions

Springtime must be my favorite time of year on the Olympic Peninsula. When uncounted millions of birds fly north along our coast to their remote… Continue reading

LETTER: Not healthy debate

By wearing an incendiary T-shirt, the mayor of Sequim, Mr. William Armacost, told me, and anyone who doesn’t agree with him, to get the F-… Continue reading

  • May 11, 2021

LETTER: Who’s lying?

Regarding Thomas Friedman’s column in Monday’s Peninsula Daily News titled “Big Lie Still Endangers Democracy,” give me a break. It’s rich that he can write… Continue reading

  • May 11, 2021

OUR VIEW: Best way to create change: Run for office

IF YOU DON’T like what’s happening, run for office. The candidate filing week is May 17-21 for the Nov. 2 general election and the North… Continue reading

  • May 9, 2021

LETTER: The true whiners

Before the letter addresses the degrading and insulting characterizations of people fleeing the failed states of their homelands for a future in the U.S. in… Continue reading

  • May 7, 2021

LETTER: Rage and speeding

Vehicles used to be a form of transportation. Now they are a different art form. I’m not talking about design here, but another type of… Continue reading

  • May 6, 2021
Raven Chronicles Press.

DIANE URBANI DE LA PAZ: Author shares spirit with world

I thought I was well-acquainted with our neighbor. Having traveled through seven of her states and studied Spanish in Cuernavaca, I felt at home in… Continue reading

Raven Chronicles Press.

PAT NEAL: Understanding our fishing regulations

“When does the river open?” The tourist angler asked after I told him the river was closed. He was standing knee-deep in trouble, casting away… Continue reading

LETTER: Immigration or invasion

President Trump wanted immigration to reflect America first priorities by restricting it to immigrants beneficial to our country, where would-be émigrés bring something to the… Continue reading

  • May 3, 2021

LETTER: Supports plan for Snake River dams

I’m inspired by the Jefferson County board of commissioners’ support of the proposed plan to restore the lower Snake River put forth by Rep. Mike… Continue reading

  • May 3, 2021

LETTERS: Gun debate

Gun debate As the gun control debate intensifies, regardless of predispositions and the biased media, don’t decide till you’ve heard each side. After decades of… Continue reading

  • Apr 30, 2021

LETTER: Wind turbines

Wind turbines I read, with great distress, an article regarding future plans by the Marine and Coastal Research Laboratory that includes research on where to… Continue reading

  • Apr 30, 2021

LETTER: Four lanes

Traveling between Sequim and the Hood Canal Bridge can add excitement to your day. If you live in one of the communities with a single… Continue reading

  • Apr 28, 2021

PAT NEAL: An Earth Day review

How was your Earth Day? Many hoped it would lead to some progress in reducing the pollution of our planet’s air, water and soil. It… Continue reading

Ed Bedford

POINT OF VIEW: Small businesses don’t need another tax

WE ALWAYS SAY that Bedford’s Sodas, born in Port Angeles and serving stores and restaurants across the United States, bring people together. That was especially… Continue reading

  • Apr 25, 2021
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Caitlin Carnahan is the farmer at Diamond Day Bouquet in Chimacum. photo courtesy Caitlin Carnahan

DIANE URBANI DE LA PAZ: Sowing the seeds of happiness

I confess I used to spend at least $17 per week on coffee. That Americano put a bright spot in the middle of the work… Continue reading

Caitlin Carnahan is the farmer at Diamond Day Bouquet in Chimacum. photo courtesy Caitlin Carnahan