Letters to the Editor
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The U.S. Census will soon ask all of us to participate in its 10-year count of who lives in this large, diverse nation. I urge all who read this to join in, to stand up and be counted. Having an … more
In response to the article “Mill lease extended six months” (Leader, Feb. 12, 2020): I hardly know where to begin when I read this article, which should read “Big Quilcene and … more
A three-car collision outside Sequim on U.S. Highway 101 killed one and injured six others on Saturday afternoon and closed the highway with no detours for several hours. Juan Porcel, 38, was … more
I have been horrified by our country’s current treatment of immigrants. The Trump administration has banned immigrants from certain countries, severely decreased the numbers of people allowed … more
It’s easy to despair with the ongoing lies and evasions of the president and his lawyers during this impeachment process. The Republicans are unable to admit Trump committed a crime and … more
I’m writing in support of Elizabeth Warren for president. I like all of her plans and the one that truly touches my heart is her plan on women’s choice. I recently heard her talking … more
You may have read the recent NY Times’ article “A Change in Medicare has Therapists Alarmed.” Or you may have learned of the revised Medicare (Part A) payment policies through … more
I would like to thank everybody who came out and supported our 4th Annual ASB/Athletics auction held on Saturday, February 8. It means a lot to our school to have such widespread support for our … more
This letter is in response to a recent opinion (“Protect state parks from military training” Leader, Jan. 29) regarding Navy SEAL training in the Puget Sound area, asking several … more
Thank you, JPUD Commissioners and staff, for acknowledging the expressed desire of more than 1,000 customer/owners who signed SMOG’S petition asking for an analog meter option. Curiously, … more
Responding to requests for analog electric meters, our PUD recently adopted an opt-out policy providing non-RF-transmitting options. A Leader article announcing this new policy stated that the FCC … more
I am writing this with a very heavy heart to alert all the people who know me and my border collie Zera, that she had a stroke last Saturday. I woke up and instead of her getting up and jumping … more
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