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Kristen Chilson, of Winlock, recently submitted a letter to the editor containing malicious speculations attacking a local person she disagrees with, Brittany Voie. The letter discussed records … more
I am writing in opposition to Washington state’s new law establishing a “hate speech” reporting line. It is a shame that our state has succumbed to writing and passing needless … more
Good old letter writer Marty Ansley. Without Marty, we’d never know who is toxic. Marty’s an expert in toxicity. He employs it with relish when he attacks presumptive GOP … more
Congressman Mike Turner, R-Ohio, chair of the U.S House Intelligence Committee, recently stated that members of his own caucus (MAGA/Republican) have repeated Russian propaganda on the floor of the … more
As someone who fully intends on casting my ballot for Bob Ferguson this fall, I’d love nothing more than to see him face off against Semi Bird. By all means, Republicans, continue … more
What's the price of integrity? Apparently, for one Lewis County News writer, it's $500. According to records from the Washington state Public Disclosure Commission (PDC), writer Brittany Voie … more
Lewis County is a poor county with high rates of related social and health challenges, including hunger, addiction and homelessness, among other things. At this point in time, though, millions, … more
I’m a former board member of Toledo School District, and I’ve seen the results of a double levy failure. It’s devastating for the school district and community. It can take … more
We are rapidly approaching the time to make a huge decision about the future of our country. On the national level we have the president, Sen. Maria Cantwell and U.S. Rep. Marie Gluesenkamp Perez. … more
I have two children enrolled in the Toledo School District (TSD). As a member of the community, a landowner, a taxpayer and a parent, I am surprised at the fight against the school levy. I keep … more
I moved back to Washington state in 2021. Throughout my visits to our local businesses, or reading the newspaper, or listening to our local radio station news, I have noticed several situations where … more
Gather Church provides important life-saving services for those struggling to get a foothold. This includes community outreach, a meds-first clinic, care coordination, education and a successful, … more
I’ve been a part of the Chehalis River Basin Land Trust for nearly 20 years, and I’m still learning. At the Nonprofit Leadership Conference, I participated in a workshop on … more
Why is the state contemplating building more exit entrance ramps on Interstate 5 and planning on building another bridge over the Chehalis River at the Scheuber Road when what needs to be done is … more
It was very difficult for me to read through the commentary of Julie McDonald in the Tuesday, April 2, edition of The Chronicle. McDonald recapped her experience at the Providence Centralia Hospital … more
International Women’s Day, a global celebration of the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women, took place in March. To honor this year’s theme, “Inspire … more
I am outraged that your paper chose to put a very large picture of the Tumwater doubles team on the article about the tennis match with Centralia. I thought the Chronicle was a hometown paper. I … more
One of the most important issues facing the Pacific Northwest concerns the Interstate 5 bridges over the Columbia River at Vancouver.   After generations of faithful service, these two parallel … more
I have been reading and listening to the community, state and federal discussions regarding the development of hydrogen energy to reduce carbon emissions and move us to a green energy economy. … more
Chronicle columnist Brian Mittge’s description of Dave Reichert as “a principled conservative” apparently is intended to cleanse Mr. Reichert of any personal responsibility for the … more
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