Letters to the Editor
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Recently I completed the ordeal of a 90-day chemotherapy regiment at the Jefferson Healthcare center. My first treatment began in the “old Short Stay unit” and finished from the newly … more
I’m writing to highlight the great work done by Clallam-Jefferson Pro Bono Lawyers in our community. In 2016, CJCPBL served 856 clients; 558 of those clients are low-income Pro Bono clients (379 in … more
Flying training missions on weekends is not mentioned in the Navy’s Growler jet draft environmental impact statement (EIS), which is open for comment until Jan. 25. Neither is the addition of 42 … more
Jefferson Healthcare has my sincerest thanks and lasting gratitude for all the support my wife received while in its care. We don’t know all the individuals in the support units who were … more
Melinda Bryden’s letter “Power grab in Democratic Party” (Leader, Dec. 28) saddens me. It’s a shame Ms. Bryden appears to consider democracy an “ugly sham.” Isn’t having a number of the … more
About three days before Christmas, my cat was hit by a car on Fir Street. This cat had always exhibited a healthy fear of cars and would always bolt back within our fence when one passed. A … more
Thank you to the Port Townsend Leader for clearly written articles on the caucus and PCO election procedures of the Jefferson County Democrats. To help update: The party rules set forth in bylaws, … more
Some lessons I’ve learned riding the bus: Patience – that is a real gift for me to try to have, to wait as the bus driver lets passengers get off at their stop. To smile more, so perhaps … more
So there I was, in the locker room of a gym, when this guy walks over to his friend and calls him a sissy because he’s not working out hard enough. Having just read a brochure from the exhibit … more
Former Jefferson County GOP party chair Steve Crosby is correct when he points out, in his Dec. 14 perspective, that the Democratic campaign strategy put Donald Trump’s character front and center. … more
The election of the Jefferson Democratic Party board was an ugly sham. Unknown to most of the members was the fact that the top four positions were to be elected by the precinct committee officers … more
In l996, I became an elected City Council member in a small, liberal town in the Northwest.  I ran for a nonpartisan office and campaigned for environmental legislation and for strong enforcement … more
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