Letters to the Editor
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I am writing to help Taylor Bay resident Dale Lyman improve his letter to the editor from December’s issue. First, avoid stereotypes, such as the slow driver with the liberal bumper … more
This is a humble note of thanks to the Key Peninsula community. Our family dog ran away from Bayside Animal Lodge November 7. We were out of town but after quick phone calls friends and family … more
I respectfully ask you to post this in your biased editorial next to all the amateur writers so bent on constantly voicing their community gripes. Some of those you provide this outlet seem to be … more
Your article about WayPoint South and Pastor Mark (“WayPoint South Finds the Key to Home Through Grace on the Peninsula,” November) made me want to go to church there — and I … more
In the August edition, you published a column by Bruce Cook that strongly supported Rep. Jesse Young and trashed Sen. Emily Randall.* The column then reappeared as a paid political ad in … more
Meredith Browand’s column in the last KP News regarding attacks on public education needs to be expanded (“A Tribute to Teachers,” October). If we fail to see this as just one part … more
I would like to thank everyone for the support I received during my run for Pierce County Council. It will continue to be my motivating force to ensure that the Key Peninsula’s voice is … more
I want to thank the many enlightened people who sent cards, letters and made phone calls in support after the article by Eddie Macsalka concerning “The Yankee Clipper” and its devotion to … more
Our state and quite honestly our country are faced with a significant divide. On one side you have liberal urban voters, many of them radical supporters of extreme left-wing programs and policies. On … more
I would like to commend Key Peninsula Fire Dept. for their help, above and beyond the call of duty. more
I am disappointed by many of our local political candidates. They want our votes but don’t care enough about us to remove the visual pollution their campaign signs create along our roads. more
Two years ago, Republican Elizabeth Kreiselmaier, Ph.D., burst onto the political scene as a first-time candidate challenging Democratic incumbent Rep. Derek Kilmer for U.S. Congress. more
I was raised to respect others regardless of status, rank or seniority. I have always valued that in others. more
Is the human race suicidal? You be the judge. What do you think? The root cause of global warming is human overpopulation. It is also the root cause of poverty, famine and war. Surprise! Yet in … more
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I want to extend my appreciation for all of your good work bringing us together to enjoy one of the best local newspapers the English language has to offer. The recipes are delicious and I love how … more
Thank you for publishing the story of the building of the Purdy Bridge in the last three editions of Key Peninsula News. I grew up one mile south of Purdy on Henderson Bay when the Sunset Market … more
The United States is a constitutional republic. The Constitution is the supreme law of the land. It is brilliantly written to constrain the power of the federal government from infringing on the … more
I have lived in the Glen Cove neighborhood for many years. I have experienced the Key Peninsula as a wonderful, tolerant, family-oriented community with good civic-minded, hard-working residents. It … more
In response to the guest column in the June edition, “Climate Change Comes Home,” here are a few interesting facts. The Earth was formed roughly four billion years ago and has been … more
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