Letters to the Editor
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“Leave ordinary behind – experience extraordinary. Discover Washington’s Victorian Seaport and Arts Community” A wonderful description of our town. But, we can do one … more
The first grocery store I ever walked to alone was Aldrich's (circa 1978). I had to walk about 12 blocks past the high school lower field, Hippy Hollow and an old Vietnam vet who used to kick his … more
I am grateful that this is happening in the growing brightness of early spring, not the gathering gloom of late fall. My impression is that dogs are happier than they've ever been. More … more
The past two weeks have been challenging for all of us, but I have been particularly impressed with the restaurants and bars in town that have not only stepped up to the plate and pulled together … more
1895 - 2020. This is the year of Aldrich’s Market’s 135th birthday. This is an amazing feat for any small business, and one to be celebrated. Aldrich’s has been a community … more
Yesterday (Saturday 3/28) the access road off Jacob Miller was half-blocked and an attendant was stopping vehicles and checking ID on drivers to confirm they are Jeff Co residents. Anyone not a … more
We are deeply grieved and offended by your unwise decision to contract Jefferson County business to the Peninsula Daily News—the newspaper of Clallam County (Port Angeles and Sequim) as opposed … more
Our Little Library on 19th Street, just east of the Sheridan four-way stop, was vandalized two times in the last five days. A pack of teenage boys roaming the streets at 2 a.m. broke the plexiglass … more
My friend, who has dementia, called Peninsula Floors last week and ordered an area rug to be made for her. This was a purchase she really could not afford. I manage her finances because she is not … more
Do I understand it correctly (Scott Wilson’s April 1st letter to Leader, “Keep legal ad dollars local”) that our Jefferson County Commissioners recently voted to take a $30,000 … more
It was highly disappointing to learn that our own Jefferson County Commissioners have chosen to contract with the PDN, rather than the Leader, to print weekly County public notice advertising. The … more
At a time when hundreds of local people are being laid off and dozens of local businesses are closed, on March 16 the Jefferson County Commissioners voted 2-1 to shift public-notice advertising away … more
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