Letters to the Editor
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Sunday evening a Seattle TV news feature reported that statewide, less than 30 percent of the hundreds of thousands of doses of coronavirus vaccine that have been received, and presently on hand, … more
Nicky D’Andrea suggests that we are paying our civil servants too much. I would ask D’Andrea, “How much research have you put into comparing these salaries with those of jobs with … more
Who would have imagined that the Peach State would be our country’s salvation from the “heart of darkness” we entered with President Trump and his … more
I am writing to encourage voters to vote YES for the Chimacum Replacement Educational Programs and Operations Levy in the upcoming county-wide election on Feb. 9. This levy does not represent a … more
It’s been disheartening reading the newsletters included with the last two PUD bills. Rise after rise, no matter how high the base rates are the powers that be always insist that they are … more
Inspired by a letter to the editor from a former special forces soldier, the Langley City Council passed a resolution opposing military training in state parks as proposed by the Navy special forces … more
To my Port Townsend benefactor, you helped me start the New Year right by finding my wallet at the Safeway two weeks ago and returning it intact via Safeway Customer Service.  Again, you … more
What has happened to The Leader? Not many years ago, we encountered page upon page of news along with hard-hitting editorials and commentary of substance. Instead, the past issue followed a trend … more
The United States has had its knee on the neck of Cuba for almost 60 years. Despite being a resilient and creative people, the economic sanctions and blockade have wrought a terrible toll on the … more
Almost exactly five years ago, I wrote a letter to the Navy and to this paper decrying the Navy’s proposal to use our area parks for military maneuvers.   Now I learn that the … more
I sadly read the notice in The Leader about the decision, brought about by financial constraints, to change to a digital platform at the visitor center. It is particularly sad to me because due to … more
Last week you published a thoughtful letter pointing out that the Sackler family’s billions, and/or their pharmacy company, should be held responsible for the massive damages to extended … more
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