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Our local immigrant rights organization, the Jefferson County Immigrant Rights Advocates (JCIRA), stands in solemn and shocked solidarity with the communities in El Paso. We join the chorus of … more
I want to keep my shopping local if possible and yesterday went to the parking lot in front of Ground To Perfection Espresso so I could shop at Quimper Mercantile and Don’s. There was one spot … more
I am deeply offended by Dean Miller’s statement, “Thoughtless anti-Viet Nam protesters, mostly self-righteous juveniles, did incalculable psychic damage to veterans returning from that … more
I am concerned about the overall content of The Leader, not only for my adult reasons, but for what it exposes children to. During the school year, The Leader provides about 500 copies of the … more
Last week my friend became quite ill and I rushed her to the hospital E.R. The staff was quick to take action providing medical intervention and diagnostic testing. When my friend was stabilized the … more
The editorial opinion of Bill Kaune, PhD (Leader, July 31) stated that based on scientific standards set up by the U.S. government and assessments by scientists, electromagnetic radiation (EMR) poses … more
One could reasonably conclude that Christine Cribb had not even read Kirk Boxleitner’s well-done article about AG Bob Ferguson suing the Navy — for violating the law. The Navy has been … more
On Aug. 6 and 9, Tuesday and Friday of this week, the Port Townsend Nuclear Ban team presents a two-day event at the Cotton Building, 607 Water Street, Port Townsend, exploring how to exit the … more
In his perspective “refuting concerns about Wi-Fi” (Leader, July 31), retired physicist Bill Kaune points to safety guidelines set by the FCC assuring us that electromagnetic radiation … more
Mr. Kaune recently stated in “Perspectives” (Leader, July 31), “My opinion is that the current EMR safety guidelines in the U.S. are based on solid science and protect us from … more
I recently attended the memorial service for one of PT’s most notable citizens, Len Mandelbaum. Len, a Yale grad, business law professor, head of the ACLU in Seattle, and a mensch who was an … more
Taking advantage of a long-overdue change in state law, Jefferson County police and social agencies are working together with organizations across the Olympic Peninsula to improve our antiquated … more
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