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Peninsula Pulse Letters Policy

As of 03/15/2019

Do you have an opinion you’d like to share? Please email it (preferred) to [email protected]; submit it online at doorcountypulse.com; or mail it to Peninsula Pulse, 8142 Hwy 57, Baileys Harbor, WI 54202. Email [email protected] or call 920.839.2121 if you have questions.

  • Letters must be sent to [email protected]. Letters are limited to 350 words. Letters must include the author’s name, daytime phone number, mailing address and email address, but only the author’s name and town/state of residence will appear in the paper.
  • We will publish only one letter  by a given author within a 30-day period. Multiple letters by different authors addressing similar topics may be omitted, and in most cases, we do not publish letters that have appeared in other publications.
  • The Peninsula Pulse reserves the right to edit and refuse letters, to add titles to or retitle them, and to print them at the time of our discretion.
  • All opinions expressed in letters are those of their authors and not those of the Peninsula Pulse, its owner or staff.
  • 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.