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Letters to the Editor: April 22-28, 2021

The Editor: I would like to commend you (and your newspaper) for having the wisdom and courage for taking a position in your “Letters to the Editor” section of your paper to encourage … more

Letters to the Editor: April 15-21, 2021

The Editor: Hmmm … shocking. One word that sums up the one and only “Letter to the Editor” in last week’s edition written by someone at The Northern Light. It stated, … more

Letters to the Editor: April 1-7, 2021

The Editor: Greatly appreciate the Olympia Highlights Column. All newspapers should print a similar column to promote transparency of government. It was interesting to note that in the March 25-31 … more

Letters to the Editor: March 25-March 31, 2021

The Editor: It saddens me to read letters that perpetuate misinformed perspectives. Let’s work together to understand why the 2020 election was not a fraud. If that were true, all … more

Letters to the Editor: March 18-24, 2021

The Editor: Since Covid-19, I have been hooked on Netflix. But recently I have discovered a book “Blood on a Blue Moon” written by a local writer Jessica Stone. Netflix is now on … more

Letters to the Editor: March 11-17, 2021

The Editor: This is for the car guy Doug Dahl. Recently, I purchased a 2019 Subaru. It is the first automatic transmission in my life (I’m 75). After three weeks, my right hand still … more

Letters to the Editor, March 4-10, 2021

The Editor: The windstorm at the beginning of February took down a tree and the sign for the Blaine Free Church Unitarian Universalist congregation on the corner of Harrison and Cedar. The new … more

Letters to the Editor, February 18-24, 2021

The Editor: Access to Covid-19 vaccines is a confusing, disjointed, frustrating hodgepodge throughout the country. Vaccine availability here in Whatcom County is the largest challenge we face in … more

Letters to the Editor, February 11-17, 2021

The Editor: Regarding your recent story involving the possible city annexation of land near H Street. The recent request for annexation is driven by a local property owner to develop property … more

Letters to the Editor, February 4-10, 2021

The Editor: During the opening of the Washington State Legislature session in early January, I watched the speech on TVW by Doug Ericksen, our 42nd District state senator. Ericksen ridiculed the … more

Letters to the Editor, January 28-February 3, 2021

The Editor: Promoting the well discounted lies of Donald Trump, who fired up an attack on our capital, 143 members of Congress actively parroted his lies that attempted to disrupt validation of … more

Letters to the Editor, January 21-27, 2021

The Editor: The letters to the editor in the January 14 edition of The Northern Light proved that there is free speech in America. It is also healthy to allow and state a difference of opinion. … more

Letters to the Editor, January 14-20, 2021

The Editor: Thank you, Lynden Tribune, Joel Douglas and Gerald Hulbert for informing citizens so eloquently on pages A4 and A5 on January 6. Had the President ordered the testing and manufacturing … more

Letters to the Editor, January 7-13, 2021

The Editor: It was a real pleasure to see in last week’s  issue of The Northern Light the full-page advertisement highlighting the dozens and dozens of local properties sold by Jen … more

Letters to the Editor, December 31, 2020–January 6, 2021

The Editor “Those that can give up essential liberty to gain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.” These words would bring scorn and contempt from many if … more

Letters to the Editor, December 17-23, 2020

The Editor: In the last few years, I have been continually plagued by the phrase: Make America Great Again (MAGA). It left me terribly baffled and anxious. Just what were we lacking, what was … more

Letters to the Editor, December 10-16, 2020

The Editor: As one who has lived his entire life in Whatcom County, I applaud the county’s decision to actively dismantle systemic racism through the allocation of taxpayer dollars and … more

Letters to the Editor, December 3-9, 2020

The Editor: I have been very disappointed recently with my own state senator (district 42), Doug Ericksen. Unlike my 42nd district representative, Republican Luanne Van Werven, who graciously … more

Letters to the Editor, November 25-December 2

The Editor: Are you a high school student looking to explore different career opportunities? If so, join Blaine high school and Yes Whatcom/Whatcom Business Alliance’s Virtual Career Fair on … more

Letters to the Editor, November 19-25, 2020

The Editor: Your article headline “Blaine, Birch Bay and Custer voted for Republicans across the board” was just not accurate. Every precinct in Blaine city limits was won by Biden. … more
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