Letters to the Editor

Letters to the editor — July 18, 2018

Keep fireworks tradition alive in Clallam I am a resident of Sequim and I read in the Sequim Gazette that there will be a public… Continue reading

  • Jul 18, 2018

Letters to the editor — July 11, 2018

Law-breakers should be ‘shown the door’ Ah, good old Bertha Cooper never disappoints: Anyone who wants immigration laws enforced hates women and children and is… Continue reading

  • Jul 11, 2018

Letters to the editor — July 4, 2018

No true consensus on Sequim fireworks ban Well, if the city councilors banned fireworks based on the advisory vote of Sequim citizens in November, the… Continue reading

  • Jul 4, 2018

Letters to the editor — June 27, 2018

Politics, poorly played The present events at our southern border causes one to remember the words of Sir Winston Churchill: “The utter obsession of the… Continue reading

  • Jun 27, 2018

Letters to the editor

Fireworks ban is a wise move We are writing to let you and the public know that we are totally in favor of banning all… Continue reading

  • Jun 20, 2018

Letters to the editor — June 13, 2018

A vote for Neupert Dave Neupert needs your vote in the August primaries. His qualifications are listed below. But the reason I’m voting for him… Continue reading

  • Jun 13, 2018

Letters to the editor — June 6, 2018

Showing victims may change discourse It is time we show photos of the victims in school shootings. The general public needs to see what horror… Continue reading

  • Jun 6, 2018

Letters to the editor — May 23, 2018

Another traffic solution Instead of Clallam County spending tens of thousands of dollars to disrupt traffic at Sequim-Dungeness Way and Woodcock Road, how about following… Continue reading

  • May 23, 2018

Developer looks to bring 103 homes to Brownfield Road

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

Letters to the Editor — Feb. 2, 2017

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

  • Feb 1, 2017

Letters to the Editor — Sequim Gazette, Jan. 18, 2017

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

  • Jan 18, 2017

Letters to the Editor — Sequim Gazette, Dec. 14, 2016

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

  • Dec 14, 2016

Letters to the Editor

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

  • Dec 7, 2016

Letters to the Editor — Sequim Gazette, Nov. 23, 2016

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

  • Nov 23, 2016

Opinion: Letters to the Editor

Faustian trade fractures family And so I’m talking on the phone to my mom last night, who lives in Springfield, Mo., about the election and… Continue reading

  • Nov 16, 2016

Letters to the Editor — Sequim Gazette, Nov. 2, 2016

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

This week’s letters to the editor

Read this week's "Letters to the Editor" in the green edition of the Sequim Gazette.

  • Jan 21, 2015

Letter: Vote for Yacklin

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.

  • Oct 31, 2014

Letter: Beware of I-594

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.

  • Oct 31, 2014

Letter: Slap on the hand for sloppy French

On Cooper Postcard from Paris (Sequim Gazette, Oct. 15)

  • Oct 29, 2014