Letters to the Editor
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What’s not to love about the Hadlock sewer idea? After reading official documents, let me count 10 ways: 1. The majority of Hadlock residents do not support the sewer. They don’t see … more
As a resident of greater Hadlock, I could not possibly afford the now $28,000 to $41,000 estimate of what each homeowner would have to pay to hookup to the proposed Hadlock sewer system.  It … more
Many of our elected officials seem unaware that many poor and middle class people are living a healthcare nightmare. Medical debt is the number one cause of bankruptcy and homelessness. Nearly one … more
There are small landlords and many tenants unaware of what is covered in Governor Inslee’s moratorium on evictions that will expire March 31.  Read the full proclamation: … more
I have been lucky to vote in Washington since I was 18. I dream of a democracy where every person has the right, the knowledge, and the power they need to participate in our governance. But today, … more
Wow! A vaccine that’s 95 percent effective!  What does that really mean?  Here’s from a Feb. 23 article in The New York Times: “Does the Vaccine Stop Transmission: … more
The saying goes that, “It takes a village to raise a child.” That is so true.  In a school it takes many people to make things happen. At Salish Coast Elementary we want to thank … more
We are writing in praise of Jefferson Healthcare’s COVID vaccination distribution program. Last week we were among approximately 1,000 elderly patients receiving the vaccine. The caring … more
The time has come for single-payer healthcare, Medicare for All, to cover all residents of our state.  SB 5204 authored by Senator Hasegawa would do just that. Called “Whole Washington … more
In response to the article concerning the recent COVID outbreak at a residential care facility, I would like to suggest that some serious pressure be put on the corporate offices of said facility to … more
My husband, Ken, grew up exploring the wooded hills behind their family farm in Whatcom County. At 77, he has not let being blinded by glaucoma stifle his curiosity and pension for exploring. With … more
Re: the letter from Mr. Poeschel, “People of conscience please take note.” I agree with most of what he says and all of the substance of his letter.  I have been stunned and … more
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