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Eighty years ago today, on Sunday, Dec. 7, 1941, the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, damaging or destroying 19 Navy ships, killing 2,403 people and drawing the United States into World War II. … more
My mom used to say, “If wishes were horses, beggars would ride.” I never really liked it when she would say that, because I knew she was telling me that the world didn’t work … more
Throughout Washington, the leaders of local chambers of commerce are busy delivering bags of toys to rural fire departments, enabling the firefighters to play Santa Claus for the children who live in … more
Well, we need a little Christmas Right this very minute Candles in the window Carols at the spinet... “Mame,” 1966   A new Lewis County group aims to be a cheer … more
Recently a story was published by The Chronicle  about a dustup between Sheriff Rob Snaza and Commissioner Lindsey Pollock over an increase in the sheriff’s budget. It reminded me of my … more
This is a column that nearly didn’t get written. You may have noticed that it has been several weeks since the last one, and there’s a reason for that. After writing a weekly column … more
When I came on with the Port of Chehalis board a little over two years ago, it hadn’t been an opportunity that I had seen for myself. Now-former CEO Randy Mueller approached me about a position … more
It’s not every day that the editorial boards of The Seattle Times and The Chronicle are on the same page, but we find ourselves in full agreement with our journalistic neighbors to the north on … more
What a relief to read last week that Mark and Lorie Spogen of Chehalis, who logged land near Mary’s Corner, preserved the historic pioneer cemetery where Matilda (Koontz) Jackson buried two of … more
The more people hear about Washington’s coming long-term-care law and payroll tax, the less people like it — and for good reason.  A class-action lawsuit has been filed against it, an … more
As I write this on Friday morning of Thanksgiving week (some noir fans call it Black Friday), our house is awaft with delicious smells and our family is already five hours into preparing to host the … more
With much attention on Washington's secretary of state in recent weeks, lawmakers should be pondering the future of the office and recognize that citizens would be well-served if the position were … more
Remember the television ad where the auto mechanic looks viewers straight in the eye and says: “You can pay me now or pay me later!”  The message: If you change your car’s … more
We see them all around us this time of year, reminders to “be thankful.”  Do we really have anything to be thankful for?  We can certainly find a lot to not be thankful … more
During this last election cycle, we read the social media comments with concern. The level of vitriol and dehumanization was disturbing and upsetting. If democracy is intended to be the … more
Wildfires. Floods. High prices. COVID-19. Deaths. Divisiveness. Angst. The year 2021 brought with it a lot of tension, but as we gather this week for Thanksgiving, it’s a time to reflect on … more
Washington's Supreme Court delivered Gov. Jay Inslee an overdue remedial lesson in the state Constitution Nov. 10. Inslee's abuse of line-item vetoes to tinker with the 2019 transportation budget … more
It’s no surprise to longtime readers of this column that Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. It’s not because of the food, although I love turkey as much as the next guy. (White meat, … more
The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act President Joe Biden signed this week will bring much needed attention and funds to everything from roads and bridges to broadband and salmon recovery. … more
On Nov. 25, 1972, a man who bought a plane ticket under the name Dan Cooper activated the rear air stairs on a Boeing 727 jetliner somewhere over Southwest Washington and disappeared into … more
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