Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

EconomyHow Washington State can weather the economic crisisThe current leadership in Washington D.C. and the Federal Reserve can agree on one thing: What’s good for… Continue reading

Letters to the Editor

Kudos to CornishDistrict shouldbe better stewards of tax dollarsKudos to staff writer Celeste Cornish for a well-written editorial about the North Kitsap School District’s search… Continue reading

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Superintendent searchBoard needsunbiased consultantWouldn’t we all like to hire our own boss? North Kitsap School District Board of Directors made the correct decision in hiring… Continue reading

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Goodbye to Editor Joe Irwin“Vaya con dios” to a kindred spiritA farewell to Joe Irwin, former editor of the North Kitsap Herald:You are leaving us… Continue reading

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“The Farm”It’s more than just surplus propertyDear Editor,“The Farm” is more than surplus property and childhood memories. It’s a place where the city of Poulsbo… Continue reading

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SNAFU JunctionVal’s opinionon SR 3 is right onDear Editor,Many kudos to Val Torrens for her Jan. 12 column regarding the certainty of a fatal accident… Continue reading

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Viking FestWell, here we go again ...Dear Editor,Just when I thought I had escaped the throngs descending on the Viking Fest carnival that shut my… Continue reading

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Sandwich boardsReality meets outrageous humorAs the Chef and owner of downtown’s MorMor Bistro & Bar, I just had to laugh when I flipped open the… Continue reading

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Rare shark findCatch and release? You bet!Your cover story “Rare Shark Find in Liberty Bay” was fascinating. Imagine a nine-foot-long shark in the ’hood!Your journalist,… Continue reading

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Operation Christmas ChildGenerosity benefits children worldwideThanks to the generosity of our neighbors in Poulsbo, many children around the world have something to smile about. Operation… Continue reading

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City hallNew city hall is incomprehensibleThe more I look at the city of Poulsbo’s downtown choice for a new city hall, the more fiscally incomprehensible… Continue reading

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Kitsap primaryHis vote is the undeclared oneI will be one of the several thousand votes that will not count in the recent primary as I… Continue reading

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Afghanistan culturePresentation open to the publicThe United States has many huge challenges in the complex country of Afghanistan. The people are suffering extreme poverty and… Continue reading

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Superintendent searchOffering input for NKSD’s searchWhile I realize our Superintendent may have little control over many of the issues mentioned here, many of us in… Continue reading

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Home burglaryPlease return our precious heirloomSome time during the night of Friday, Feb. 15, my husband’s shop was burglarized.I am sorry for the misguided who… Continue reading

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Downtown PoulsboFive-way intersection is a driving dragAlthough I am not a resident of Poulsbo, I am interested in what is going on in Poulsbo. A… Continue reading

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City HallIt’s getting more curious all the timeThe ongoing saga of Poulsbo’s new city hall is becoming curiouser and curiouser. Re: The city council meeting… Continue reading

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Stand offDistrict did not protect childrenMy children and grandchildren live at the Hostmark apartments where the standoff took place on March 12. However, I do… Continue reading

Letters to the Editor

FISAStand against no-warrant phone tapsThe White House is out of control. The various forms of the FISA bill are not great, but will help to… Continue reading

Letters to the Editor

North End burglariesThe system does need to be fixedThe letter from Tom Etchey on March 15 verifies what a lot of us have suspected: the… Continue reading