To the editor: Charlotte Garrido has been making improvements in Kitsap County and raising citizen voices for many years.
To the editor: Our Nov. 8 ballots will include I-732, an initiative to tax carbon emissions responsible for climate change, with proceeds committed to reducing sales taxes.
To the editor: As co-chairs of Kitsap Humane Society’s Annual Animal Krackers Gala Event, we want to thank the 430 enthusiastic animal lovers and supporters who attended our gala auction event on Oct. 1 at the Suquamish Casino, and contributed in excess of $330,000 to support our animal welfare mission. We smashed both attendance and fundraising records for this event.
To the editor: This year has been an interesting year to be a spectator in the political arena, witnessing the distraction which — too often — has diverted attention from issues that matter in our everyday lives. I have watched as political discourse has had an angry edge, and, at times, has been disrespectful of those who serve our citizens.
To the editor: Instead of bypassing the judicial elections on your ballot, please check the award-winning website VotingForJudges.org, click on your county to learn about the candidates, and confirm for yourself my endorsements below.
To the editor: In his letter (Sept. 23), Mark Hoffman tries to demonize the group that bought PSE. He uses words like “private equity,” “leveraged buyout,” and “raking in the money.”
To the editor: Through all of Hillary Clinton’s difficulties and criticisms she has picked herself up, dusted herself off, persevered, and forged ahead even stronger.
To the editor: In his recent letter, Mr. Mullis asserts that it will not be cheap to get inexpensive Bonneville Power Administration power delivered to our island, since PSE will charge a hefty fee to move that power from Gorst to our island.
To the editor: Certainly after watching the debate this week, I have a certain fear and trembling that Trump could actually be elected President of the USA.
Let me tell you my personal experience of Finch Place life. In an article by Sean Roach (“Finch Place residents fear reprisals,” Nov. 5), many upsetting things were reported about Finch Place senior apartments. However, the article reflected the views of about one in five tenants. Here’s the rest of the story, as they say.