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On Monday, Gov. Jay Inslee signed two major carbon-reduction bills in a giddy bill-signing ceremony at Shoreline Community College. One creates a carefully constructed cap-and-trade system and the … more
To know where we are going, we must know how we got here. Many were surprised by the Washington Supreme Court’s ruling in Blake; however, Washington state was the last state with a strict … more
A giant fell this week in Lewis County when Michael Roewe died.  The man had an imposing voice and bearing, but if you could stop shaking long enough in Judge Roewe’s presence, you … more
When the phone rings and it’s Michael Dolan, nurseryman extraordinaire and owner of Burnt Ridge Nursery, I know it’s going to be an enjoyable conversation. Michael called me recently … more
A few weeks ago I wrote a column titled “TransAlta Reneging on Promise of Using Mine Land for Economic Development.” I detailed decades of TransAlta promises to give land from its … more
With long-sought climate change bills finally on Gov. Jay Inslee's desk, he whipped out his veto pen Monday and deleted provisions essential to legislative approval. The action trashed a sensible … more
As someone who has spent a “few” years in broadcasting, I’ve become slightly irritated by consumer abuse in advertising. What is the percentage of people who write TV ads that … more
Last week’s vote to oust Rep. Liz Cheney from a top leadership position in the Republican Party left me wondering what happened to the party I once endorsed, the party of high moral values, the … more
May 2021 is a bit early to talk seriously of the 2022 elections, let alone those in 2024, so take the following with a grain of salt. Gov. Jay Inslee is signaling he will try to do something no … more
Unbridled by the transparency and accountability that in-person lawmaking provides, Democrats in Olympia enacted their most radical agenda ever in the recent legislative session. Among the bevy … more
“Sowing in the morning, sowing seeds of kindness...” — Knowles Shaw, 1874, “Bringing in the Sheaves”   On Thursday, Gov. Jay Inslee announced that most … more
Years ago when I was executive editor of The Chronicle, we also published the monthly Senior Dynamics, which covered all the senior centers in Lewis County. From time to time, mostly when I was … more
Since this pandemic started and the government shut down many businesses, they at first seemed surprised that unemployment went up.  That only further eroded my confidence in the brain trust … more
Would you like to help me write a column? Or maybe two or more?  I’ve never made it a secret that I’ve stayed in Lewis County because it’s close enough to cities where we … more
For more than a year, we have adjusted to life with COVID-19, waiting with great anticipation for the arrival of vaccines. And now, with vaccines here and all Washingtonians 16 years or older … more
Although she didn’t want an obituary or a funeral, Helen Holloway would have enjoyed herself Friday evening when her friends gathered at the rural Chehalis home of Kevin and Debbie Schinnell to … more
The coronavirus pandemic has shown us how easy it is to take things for granted. Family barbecues, baseball games and kids going to school are just a few examples. As some of our old way of life … more
I was pleasantly surprised to pick up Thursday’s edition of The Chronicle and read that columnist John McCroskey has decided to take up writing opinion pieces once again. Then I read his … more
Last Saturday at 7 a.m., a frail tree fell on a long-gone homestead near Tumwater. This quiet collapse would have gone unheeded, but this was a famous tree that had many good friends looking after … more
After taking some time off from writing a column for The Chronicle, I was offered a chance to bring back my commentaries. After some thought, I’ve decided to do just that.  These … more
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