Letters to the Editor


See movie about Hillary Clinton before voting


If there was ever a must-see movie prior to an election, it is “Hillary’s America.”

Angst over manure smells of red tape

During a public hearing last night in Yakima, the odor of discontent over dairy manure lagoon management filled the air.

Ethanol is more viable fuel than gasoline


I’m sorry to disagree with your Publisher Roger Harnack’s column on ethanol use in engines. Here’s why:

McKinley the voice for Democrats in House race


Doug McKinley is running for 4th Congressional District, and we want him to be on the ballot in November because of his stands on labor, the environment and immigration.

More people need to focus on Ethanol scam


Thank you for your stand on the growing ethanol scandal reflected in your commentary of July 15, 2016 in the Daily Sun.

Ethanol is a needed, viable renewable fuel


Publisher Roger Harnack’s editorial “We don’t need more ethanol” is chock full of misinformation in need of correction.

Support Geary and Yin in upcoming elections


My name is Eric Geary, and I am running for Yakima County commissioner District No. 1.

Law enforcement officers deserve respect


Please show our officers in blue the respect they deserve.

Eliminate Electoral College in elections

The 2016 Presidential election is fast approaching.

Make sure city programs continue


On Thursday night, the Parks and Recreation Department had its awards presentation for the boys and girls who participated in this year’s basketball program.

Support Pomraning for District No. 16 post


Throughout history, man has tried to better himself through hard work.

Kearby right man for District No. 15 position


This letter is to endorse David Kearby, for 15th District state representative.

Resident objects to parking change


I want to object to the ridiculous idea of parallel parking in front of the Post Office.

Writer supports Alzheimer’s research


For the past seven years, I have been the full time caregiver for my wife suffering from Alzheimer’s in the Tri-Cities.

Medicare payments concern provider


As a local rheumatologist who treats Medicare patients, I am deeply concerned by a recent proposal from the federal Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services that could result in further payment cuts for Medicare Part B drugs.