Letters to the Editor

Letters to the editor — Dec. 23, 2020

Give room for roadway safety I ride with the local Easy Riders cyclist group and we thought your readership should be aware of the new… Continue reading

  • Dec 23, 2020

Letters to the editor — Dec. 16, 2020

Respect for for law enforcement, lessons During World War II in 1944, I was 7 years old and was in a Seattle orphanage through 1946.… Continue reading

  • Dec 16, 2020

Letters to the Editor — Dec. 9, 2020

Replace hate with kindness Joe Biden beat Donald Trump in the November election by nearly seven million more votes. At the time of the election,… Continue reading

  • Dec 9, 2020

Letters to the Editor — Nov. 5, 2020

An unexpected blessing In this time of hopes cut short, plans changed and anxiety rising, good things can happen. I recently had to quarantine for… Continue reading

  • Dec 2, 2020

Letters to the editor — Nov. 11, 2020

Board should expedite principal investigation I taught in the Sequim School District from 1984-2016. The last 14 years of my career I taught math at… Continue reading

  • Nov 18, 2020

Letters to the editor — Nov. 18, 2020

Reinstate our administrators I recently retired after 38 years working as a teacher/administrator in three school districts. I’ve worked with numerous dedicated, talented, caring and… Continue reading

  • Nov 18, 2020

Letters to the editor — Nov. 4, 2020

Support for Langston I read last week’s front page story in disbelief. I don’t know the school superintendent and have no knowledge about that situation,… Continue reading

  • Nov 4, 2020

Letters To The Editor — Oct. 14, 2020

Guidelines a ‘contradiction’ Let’s see if I have this right: in March and April we were all told by local health experts to lock down… Continue reading

  • Oct 14, 2020

Letters to the Editor — Oct. 7, 2020

Beautiful flower baskets once again The flower baskets were better than ever this year — beautiful! Thanks to the Sequim High School agriculture department students led… Continue reading

  • Oct 7, 2020

Letters to the editor — Sept. 30, 2020

Vote for our democracy Vote, but vote for the candidate you feel will honor the result, and support subsequent elections. A tidal wave of votes… Continue reading

  • Sep 30, 2020

Letters to the editor — Sept. 23, 2020

Mayor’s actions, rhetoric cause of concern The Sturgis Motorcycle Rally was held Aug 7-16. It has been reported that there have been many hundreds of… Continue reading

  • Sep 23, 2020

Letters to the editor — Sept. 2, 2020

Thanks to parents Kudos to the parents of Sequim School District! I was a traffic director for the drive-by back to school event and want… Continue reading

  • Sep 2, 2020

Letters to the editor — Aug. 26, 2020

COVID-19 response partnership is encouraging I am thankful I live in Sequim! I have had the opportunity to see how something bad can bring out… Continue reading

  • Aug 26, 2020

Letters to the editor — Aug. 19, 2020

Mayor’s trip to Sturgis could be health threat At the beginning of the Sequim City Council meeting of Aug. 10, as attendees exchanged greetings and… Continue reading

  • Aug 19, 2020

Letters to the editor — Aug. 5, 2020

Biden’s VP pick a gamble When you think about it, presumed democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden may have simplified the task of selecting his vice… Continue reading

  • Aug 5, 2020

Letters to the editor — July 29, 2020

Online a solid option for Sequim students This has been a difficult year for education. Many students, parents, and teachers, will let you know that… Continue reading

  • Jul 29, 2020

Letters to the Editor — July 22, 2020

Cooper’s intimidation column hits the mark My thanks to Bertha Cooper for her op-ed speaking out against the intimidation by vigilantes of peaceful protesters exercising… Continue reading

  • Jul 22, 2020

Letters to the editor — July 15, 2020

Thanks to front-line, other health workers A close friend of mine and dedicated health care worker recently retired after more than 30 years of providing… Continue reading

  • Jul 15, 2020

Letters to the editor — July 8, 2020

Immunity for youths should be goal How ironic that as we celebrate Independence Day, Gov. Jay Inslee says businesses will not be allowed to serve… Continue reading

  • Jul 8, 2020