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This letter is written in rebuttal of “Time to curb fossil fuels” (Sequim Gazette, “Letter to the editor,” page A-16, May 22):
Don Brunell’s guest opinion in the May 14 Sequim Gazette (“‘The Princess and the Pea’,” page A-10) reminds us that fossil fuels provide much of our sustenance and creature comforts.
Do you know that the U.S. taxpayers are spending $2.7 billion for earmarks this fiscal year?
This letter is in reference to: "School bond: More work to be done" and "School bond advocates eye next step" (Sequim Gazette, April 30): My "Random House Dictionary of the English Language" defines the word "arrogance" thusly: "Offensive display of superiority or self importance; overbearing pride."
I believe the Sequim City Council members should be paid for their attendance time, but a 60 percent increase is obscene.
One of the greatest obstacles facing medical cannabis dispensaries is the image — firmly planted in the minds of some people – of what a medical cannabis dispensary is, what cannabis patient looks like and who they are.
Everyone complains that there is too much money in our politics and elections these days … on both sides. If you would like to see this changed, there IS something you can do about it right now … Sign the petition to get Initiative 1329 on next November's ballot.
The dangerous staging of a toddler's abduction at Carrie Blake Park deserves to be revisited for prosecution. The perpetrators, the Holden family, should be held accountable in a court.
What is a biker? It really is just about anyone. The hardcore down hiller to the old lady on a three-wheel heading for the store.
Bullying isn’t restricted to school yards; those ubiquitous yellow propaganda signs … bullying property owners, on what seemed to be every street corner.
As I’ve watched the Nevada ranchers protecting their grazing rights against the Bureau of Land Management military, armed with rifles and guard dogs, I thought of Hitler’s “brown shirts” harassing innocent Germans in the 1930s and 1940s.
As a Sequim High School alumna moving to Los Angeles four years ago to further my career after college I prided myself on being from a small, supportive community in the Northwest. After yesterday’s (April 22) failure to pass our proposed school bond I am beginning to rethink that.
A letter to the editor in the Sequim Gazette of April 9 commented on what had not been discussed in an earlier article, “Museum Meltdown,” on April 2, namely that the staff and volunteers of the Museum & Arts Center needed to be thanked for years of excellent work.
The term “censorship” has not been in wide use since World War II, when security of those at home and the troops fighting for freedoms of our people was at risk.
“Contempt is not a big deal to the Attorney General,” Rep. Louie Gohmert recently said to AG Eric Holder. Holder replied, “You don’t want to go there, buddy.”
Are you still trying to decide about the Sequim School Bond issue currently before you?
As a concerned parent of two children in the Sequim School District and a local pre-school teacher I am in support of the upcoming construction bond for our schools.
The Sequim School District has adopted the Common Core curriculum which indoctrinates students instead of teaching anything of significance.
The cost of the current portion of U.S. Highway 101 widening between Sequim and Port Angeles is $27 million. The cost for the all-or-nothing Sequim school bond is almost six times larger at $154 million.
It is unfortunate that I must withhold my support for the construction bond.