Letters to the Editor
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I have been enjoying the KP News for years and appreciate your efforts as well as our diverse group of people living on the KP. However, I think your latest editorial is a bit optimistic … more
Ted Olinger’s item on the cost and benefits of the COVID-19 lockdown was a better analysis than anything I’ve read elsewhere, even nationally. more
Black people and Black communities are under attack both directly and indirectly on a daily basis. The very structure of our society hampers the ability of our Black … more
I moved to Longbranch 2007. A couple days after moving in, I walked down the street toward the southernmost point of Key Peninsula. There was a white man washing … more
We believe each person carries the divine image of our creator. We believe the words of the Psalmist who wrote, “Righteousness and justice are the foundation of your … more
We have descended into madness. Riots, looting, arson, destruction and assault along with the occupation of part of a great city as if invaded by a foreign army. more
Please vote “yes” for the Maintenance and Operations Fire Levy Aug. 4. This is a four-year continuation of the existing levy for the same fixed amount of $800,000. … more
I just want you to know how much we enjoy reading the Key Peninsula News every month. As a matter of fact, my two teens love reading it and they look forward to getting it in … more
Kudos on June Edition I am continually impressed with the content of the Key Peninsula News. You serve a great combination of informative news and thought-provoking features that surely stimulate … more
I write not on behalf of any organization, but as a concerned resident of the Key Peninsula. The Pierce County Planning and Public Works Department has issued a … more
Thanks for the KP News. I love it. However, it seems to have a Democratic lean. That is seen in Ted Olinger’s reporting in the last issue where he projected … more
I appreciated your Op-Ed (“Here’s What I Think About That,” KP News, March 2020) on the Presidential Primary. Wise words and good facts! Julie Anderson, Pierce County Auditor more
I read with interest your story on Key Center’s sewage woes (“Wastewater Treatment Limits Business Growth…,” KP News, March 2020). I spend a fair amount of time … more
Rep. Michelle Caldier lambasted the WSDOT proposed road usage fee (KP News, Feb. 2020). Unfortunately, her editorial is misleading, and is a good example of bad … more
I ran into something the other day I thought might be of interest to others on the Key Peninsula. I made a purchase on eBay but after the auction the final price … more
Just wanted to thank Lisa Bryan for the terrific article on the Communities in Schools reading program. (“Tutors with Tails Help Young Readers at Vaughn Elementary,” KP News … more
On behalf of the Key Peninsula Community Council, thank you for your factual reporting in the December issue of the presentation by CenturyLink engineer Christopher Black about the … more
Everyone is horrified by the mass shootings in recent decades, but I am still surprised when a gun owner says “I support banning of assault weapons.” It’s important we get our facts and … more
I have been a commissioner for Key Pen Parks District for over eight years. I have been elected twice to Position 1. I’ve been president of the board four of the last six years. In an effort to … more
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