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Plans are tentatively coming before City of Sequim officials to consider a 103 single-family residential homes subdivision called Bell Hill Estates, along East Brownfield Road.… Continue reading
SEF board supports school levies The Sequim Education Foundation supports both of the Sequim School District’s levies as this is an opportunity for our community… Continue reading
Time to pay it forward for schools, students Let’s face it, we all have to pay taxes — whether it be sales tax, property tax,… Continue reading
Electoral College has a purpose Regarding John Burbank’s guest opinion article on the “Electoral College needs tweaking” (Sequim Gazette, Dec. 7, page A-10): he should… Continue reading
Uphold the ban Presently, Clallam County has a ban on roadside spraying. This ban was passed 26 years ago by the county commissioners. However, a… Continue reading
Fourth Estate needs to step up A couple months before election day, the Peninsula Daily News published a short letter to the editor explaining how… Continue reading
A vote for Neupert My vote for Superior Court Judge, Position 2, is for Dave Neupert because he will not shy away from shaking up… Continue reading
Read this week's "Letters to the Editor" in the green edition of the Sequim Gazette.
My wife and I have known Kim Yacklin for over 20 years. She is exactly what we need in the Auditor's Office, someone who has a high level of understanding of the operations of the county and someone who has the integrity, professionalism and intelligence to run a department.
France had gun registration. World War II arrived. Germany invaded France, obtained the registration lists, stormed through the country picking up arms, if denied ownership, or refused they were executed on the spot.
On Cooper Postcard from Paris (Sequim Gazette, Oct. 15)
As with most folks at this point in an election campaign, I just want it to end. I’m tired of reading and hearing the charges and countercharges, the nasty Letters to the Editor and the bitter, personal attacks some candidates launch against their opponents. Some of these aspiring officeholders need to learn that there really is a difference between one’s “opponent” and an “enemy.”
It is always interesting to watch disparate politicians at the end of their failed campaigns. Almost instinctively, they dive head-first into the gutter and start making personal attacks throwing mud. Such is the case with Cathy Marshall. She has made numerous false accusations about Judge (Rick) Porter. Wisely, Judge Porter has not reciprocated; nor will I.
The local population, especially in Sequim, is intelligent, well-educated, mostly financially comfortable and old enough to appreciate the prosperity that used to be.
I want to comment on the recent tragic sinking of a 67-foot vessel off the Dungeness Point (Dungeness Spit).
Serious about improving memory, energy, balance, strength, flexibility = quality of life? Start today by focusing on your posture/core alignment all day long when walking, sitting, standing, in the kitchen, yard or hobby spot. Everyone can improve somewhat!
My letter to the poachers on Chicken Coop Road: How can our community virtually ignore the poachers’ crimes? It is time to report poachers’ crimes against wildlife, the community and Washington state.
Cathy Marshall has spent her career — and her life — helping others. She has worked with the homeless, she has worked to beautify the communities in which she lives; she even helped start a free legal clinic in Port Angeles.
I have seen several letters in the paper touting the virtues of both candidates for county auditor. Both are said to be good workers, good administrators, honest, kind and all that, which I don’t doubt. Since this is not a partisan race for the office, political opinions do not enter in here.