Peninsula Pulse Letters Policy

As of 11-11-16

Do you have an opinion you’d like to share? To see it on Peninsula Pulse’s letters page, please follow the guidelines here and send to: Peninsula Pulse, PO Box 694, Baileys Harbor, WI 54202; (preferred) email [email protected].

  • Letters must be addressed to the editor in order to appropriately distinguish them from general company correspondence.
  • Generally, we limit letters to 500 words.
  • Letters must include contact information, including name, daytime telephone, mailing address and email address. Only the author’s name and town of residence will appear in the paper.
  • Anonymous submissions will not be accepted.
  • Peninsula Pulse reserves the right to edit, to add titles to and/or retitle submissions, to print at the time of our discretion, and to refuse.
  • Peninsula Pulse reserves the right to refuse any letter at any time due to limited space or for any reason deemed appropriate.
  • Multiple letters addressing the same or similar topics may be omitted.
  • Letters not appearing in the print edition may, but are not guaranteed to, be printed online.
  • Opinions expressed within the letters on our pages – regardless of political, religious or philosophical content – should be accepted as those of their authors and not those of Peninsula Pulse, its owners or its staff .
  • Questions regarding our policy can be sent in writing, or call 920.839.2121 for more information.

Online Commenting Policy

As of Nov. 11, 2016, the Peninsula Pulse will no longer allow online comments to be posted anonymously or under a pseudonym. All comments must include the poster’s name. We find that people who use their names carry on more engaging, respectful conversations. In fairness to all, the Peninsula Pulse reserves the right to remove any posts without the author’s name.

  • Letter: Learn from Other Countries

    Societies improve by using the experiences and the discoveries of others. It’s true in government, medicine, the humanities, etc. Why can’t we apply this reasoning to solve America’s out of control homicide by firearms problem? In response to a 1996 gun massacre, Australia enacted a program of prohibition on the sale of rapid fire and […]

  • Letter: Feingold Wants More Days in D.C.

    Headline in the Sept. 4 issue of the Peninsula Pulse read “Feingold Wants To Represent Wisconsin.” Surely, the headline writer jests! Russell Feingold spent 6,570 days in the Washington, D.C., senate chambers and never lifted a finger for Wisconsin. For 18 years, Mr. Feingold represented big labor, voted for every spending bill that was within […]

  • Leave Your Guns At Home

    When is enough, enough? Now we can see a shooting and killing in real time on television. To quote retired U.S. Army General Russel L. Honoré, “As a country we’re in a state of denial because we’ve confused the right to bear arms with the right to carry arms all the time anywhere or anyplace […]

  • Gov. Walker On Border With Canada

    Sunday, Aug. 30, on Meet The Press on national TV, Governor Walker suggested that we should consider building a fence on our border with Canada. That border, including the border between Canada and Alaska as well as the border between Canada and the contiguous 48 states, is about 5,400 miles long and the longest border […]

  • Criticism of Rep. Kitchens Incorrect

    I was surprised by the lack of balance in Donald Freix’s recent letter strongly criticizing Representative Joel Kitchens’ participation in the state budget process. The letter’s message is that Mr. Kitchens’ remained silent and did not seek changes beneficial to his constituents. This implication is not correct. I supported Mr. Kitchens’ opponent in the last […]

  • Altrusa Says Thanks

    Altrusa International of Door County and more than 500 children participating in the Back-to-School Fair held Aug. 8, extend heartfelt appreciation to the many volunteers who generously donated time and energy to help make this huge event happen. There were nearly 100 folks from the community – husbands, friends, relatives and more – helping Altrusans […]

  • Thanks For Your Support

    Residents in the Sevastopol community will be asked on April 7 to vote on whether or not they support a referendum for our school district. Over the past decade, our school board and Sevastopol’s respective administrators have responsibly studied the options available to them in regards to the continuing operation of our school.

  • Article posted Friday, August 23, 2013 1:17pm

    A Salute and An Invitation

    For the past nine months I have had the privilege of working side by side with a tireless group of people dedicated to making life better for the homeless animals in the Door County area.

  • Support Family Care Extension to Northeastern Wisconsinites

    I’m writing to request that Pulse readers write to Sen. Lasee, Rep. Bies, or others, urging state action to extend the Family Care program to Door County and the six other area counties excluded from the program.

  • Greasing the Skids for Iron Mines

    Is the Wisconsin State legislature streamlining the permitting process for iron mines or simply greasing the skids? According to the John Muir Chapter of the Sierra Club in Wisconsin and the Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters, here is what the proposed bills in the Assembly and Senate would do:

  • Support Family Care Extension to Northeastern Wisconsinites

    I’m writing to request that Pulse readers write to Sen. Lasee, Rep. Bies, or others, urging state action to extend the Family Care program to Door County and the six other area counties excluded from the program.

  • Ahoy!

    I read Tom Groenfeldt’s article “Great Lakes Festival a Fit for Door County?” [volume 19, issue 2] with great interest. Good News! The Door County Maritime Museum already has some of his suggestions in place.

  • When Will it End?

    There are times when I sit and wonder when the war in Iraq will end – the agony, the suffering, the sorrow and death. I do not believe I should be so naïve as to be easily swayed into thinking it is a just war.