Letters to the Editor
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You know that feeling you get after going to the store and realizing you might have been a little too close to someone or forgot safety protocols? Then you remember that Jefferson County hasn’t … more
I found Donna Etchey’s May 6th editorial quite concerning. It is clear that visitors will flock here if we reopen restaurants and other tourism-encouraging activities. We’re not even … more
In these trying times, I want to say thank you to our first responders and utility employees for a quick response to an unexpected, non-pandemic problem. On April 30, at 10:36 p.m., we heard an odd … more
During the last years of our late County Commissioner Phil Johnson’s life, he appeared in Olympia before our legislature making the case for a ban against fish net pens. Also attending those … more
Rhody spirit, like the flower itself, is no fragile thing. The resilient nature of our celebratory community was on full display Saturday as our Cake Picnic crew toured Port Townsend. In a true test … more
Jefferson County is in uncharted waters, as the coronavirus has crippled the tourist industry, shuttered many small businesses and disrupted the supply chain for many local farms. People are working … more
Communication: facts, plans, probitions, permitted is what Jefferson County needs now. The best communicator: Port of Port Townsend’s (which really covers Jefferson County) Eron Berg. They … more
I met Heidi Eisenhour once she had already taken on leadership roles; she had just accepted the position of executive director at Jefferson Land Trust. Her persuasive style urged me to join the board … more
My husband and I recently returned home from a trip to the emergency room at Jefferson Healthcare in Port Townsend. We were greeted right away by the friendly staff, taken to a room immediately and … more
In March it was National Physicians Week. Last week it was Nurses Week. This week it’s Hospital Week, and I am so grateful for the providers, nurses and hospital in our remarkable Public … more
Heidi Eisenhour is my choice for District 2 county commissioner. I moved next door to Heidi when she was 12 years old and watched her develop from an engaging teen to an extraordinary adult. She grew … more
We are all collectively watching our world change in both big and small ways on both a global and local scale. We are seeing ourselves do beautiful and compassionate things, and then we are seeing … more
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