Letters to the Editor
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In our county we have an ongoing hidden crisis. Just last week a child sibling group had to be removed from their parents due to neglect and/or abuse and placed in the foster system. These children … more
So you wish to not vaccinate your child, to protect your child from fourteen childhood diseases. Well, listen to your child choke on pertussis. Perhaps you enjoy the sounds. But that poor child is … more
I would like to thank you for the fine special Graduation Keepsake insert recently published featuring the area graduates. Your paper has been taking some criticism about coverage of high school … more
We know how to respond to climate disruption: stop using fossil fuels. With few exceptions, I have not seen appeals to the public to reduce fossil fuel use from PT city councilors, county … more
Richard White. Really? The Leader “journalist” covering the County Commissioners’ public hearing regarding the Olympic Discovery Trail didn’t even bother to get the name … more
Last week I wrote a letter to the editor regarding my disappointment and frustration with inaccuracies and various other blunders published in The Leader under its new management. My letter was … more
It should be obvious that vehicular laws are not working. Driving while impaired laws are not working; check accident reports. Fools driving without licenses do not seem wrong to the people that … more
I’ve been a resident of Jefferson County since 1950. I operated two resource businesses during that time, Boulton Farms and Boulton Logging, Inc. I am very familiar with what goes on in rural … more
We know how to respond to climate disruption: stop using fossil fuels. With few exceptions, I have not seen appeals to the public to reduce fossil fuel use from PT city councilors, county … more
Richard White. Really? The Leader “journalist” covering the County Commissioners’ public hearing regarding the Olympic Discovery Trail didn’t even bother to get the name … more
The article about the noose in a window (Leader, June 19) should not be getting so much attention. It’s free speech and nothing else. David Neiwert blames it on the radical right in the age of … more
I was interviewed for the article on healthcare costs that was published on June 5, and have a few concerns. Many of the questions I was asked seemed based on an impression that private-pay patients … more
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