Letters to the Editor
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Why is it so difficult to have access to COVID testing in our county?  Other Washington counties are able to get tested without a doctor’s referral and for free.  This is a … more
Tiny Home Communities are a sustainable solution to the housing affordability crisis here in Jefferson County.  This webinar from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 16 explores supported, … more
Editor, between the PDA, Cherry Street, fairgrounds, police blotter, and roundabout articles you are busy! Well done! Unexpectedly (and via a process more like a seventh-grade popularity contest … more
During Thanksgiving my thoughts turned to all of us separated from our families far away. For me, I hope to light a candle and be grateful for all the good blessings that have come in spite of … more
So many members of our law enforcement agencies help provide the protection our communities need.  However, the few cops who abuse their power or enforce the law without care or empathy have … more
Kudos to the Port Townsend Police Department.  On Nov. 12 in the dark of night my equipment trailer was broken into in Uptown and $3,000 worth of tools were stolen, cutting the lock with bolt … more
I would like to thank the kind people in the health department and the entire medical system in Jefferson County. I received a call from the hospital that the I had been exposed to the coronavirus … more
The Olympic Peninsula chapter of Amnesty International invites you to join us in writing letters to free prisoners of conscience from prisons around the world with the Write for Rights campaign, the … more
“Drive safe.”   It’s something we say to friends as they depart. It carries an implicit care for each other. Before the car even starts moving, driving safe means putting on … more
The staff at OCEAN, Port Townsend School District’s alternative learning program, wish to extend a deep appreciation and sincere thank you to the Benji Project.  The Benji Project is a … more
After many cold, stormy days, the sun came out this morning but the winds were 14 to 25 mph. I couldn’t eat out so I picked up lunch at Tenby’s (tea shop) and drove to the Marina at Point … more
Something I have been wondering about lately: Why are we overloading our hospitals in Eastern Washington with COVID patients from Idaho?  It seems that a state without a mask mandate should … more
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