Letters to the Editor
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Sunday, June 12, is Race Amity Day: A day to reflect on the need to reach out to the many diverse races and people in our very divided nation.  Today our nation, society, and government may … more
I am a former Chimacum School Board director, serving two terms from 2013 to 2021. Over my years on the board, I had the pleasure of working with a number of remarkable student directors. The two … more
On June 11 at 1 p.m., there we be a rededication ceremony for a new plaque at the Marvin Shields Memorial located on Sims Way.  The original bronze plaque noting Marvin Shield’s Medal … more
I find the misguided efforts to save non-native trees like the trashy Lombardy poplar almost humorous.  We live in a part of the world that is dominated by some of the most beautiful trees in … more
Inspired by The Leader’s decision to print James Jackson’s letter on May 25, in which he reports hearing that absurd notion that WHO is trying to require everyone, everywhere to get … more
Congress recently passed a bill to offer an additional $40 billion of military aid to Ukraine. Our total “gift” to the country’s war effort is something like $54 billion. This is … more
The hypocrisy of the Secret Service disallowing concealed or open-carry weapons, to secure NRA and Trump’s safety at the convention, while kids are subjected to the unabridged freedom of mass … more
The letter from Val Welch was perfect, and I was so happy to see it! Democrats don’t seem to realize that even though we are the majority, we are losing the battle for the … more
I hear the WHO or some other agency has or is promoting Universal legislation which essentially declares the following: “Any person, anywhere, who are property owners must first seek written … more
A neighbor paused at the “Plankton Post” on the path by my art studio and asked about the alder log I was shaping into vaguely planktonic forms. I’ve been chipping away at a … more
In the Dabob Cove community, the PUD just completed the underground placement of over a half-mile of pole-carried power lines, an ongoing source of storm-caused power outages. The PUD saw a chance to … more
It’s no secret that Port Townsend’s public art ranges from the un-artful to the inappropriate and right on through to the ridiculous.  It’s embarrassing.  If the … more
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