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I am writing to address our proposed Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) Clinic in Sequim because there is much erroneous and inflammatory information being shared about the project. This … more
Life almost anywhere is full of change but it seems like the transitions are happening more for us this year. We have neighbors who are moving to Texas being replaced by folks from Oklahoma. I … more
Last month, while crafting a talk about veteran services, Paul Cahill found a data chart that shows on a per-capita basis, there are more veterans in Jefferson County than in King County. Cahill, … more
Christine Cribb’s letter (Leader, July 24) shows an egregious lack of knowledge, and what appear to be purposefully misleading statements and name-calling. She cites a total of “nearly … more
This is in response to Christine Cribb’s letter of support for the growlers (Leader, July 24). Reading her letter, one would think that she is talking about noisy truck traffic or other … more
In the July 24 issue, the Leader’s Question of the Week was: “Do you support the move of Rhody Fest to the county fairgrounds?” First of all, I’ve been around so long I can … more
How about a little inspiration to begin this week? “If you can put cauliflower on pizza, YOU CAN DO ANYTHING!” Now that you are inspired, I hope, you should know a little about an … more
Dear Journalism Schools, Just try to talk me out of cancelling the Leader’s journalism internship. I know, I know: 1.  Colleges all-but require internships for … more
The Global Earth Repair Conference at Fort Worden back in May embodied our ‘Catch 22’ dilemma: If you’re still hopeful, you don’t understand the science. If you’re … more
In a recent Perspective article (Leader, July 16), Luke Mason wrote that, as a result of his research during the past six months, he has concluded that electromagnetic radiation (EMR) is a toxin. He … more
The mayor and several members of Port Townsend’s upper crust have scolded me for the tone The Leader took last week when pressuring City Hall to release details of the contract with Port … more
— “I expected your town to be much prettier,” a downcast woman from faraway Missouri recently told me at the Visitor’s Center. I’d heard this before. The first thing … more
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