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In tough times, communities find strength in people — and older adults are a key source of this strength. Through their experiences, successes and difficulties, they have built resilience that … more
I read the story on permanent supportive housing in The Chronicle April 27. To say the least, I am astounded by the lack of cooperation Reliable Enterprises is getting from our city mayor and … more
Thank you for your coverage of the permanent supportive housing plan that is being proposed by Reliable Enterprises. I am so impressed that Reliable Enterprises has been able to garner an $8 million … more
Through the isolation and hardship associated with the global pandemic, the importance of our connection to others — personally and professionally — has come into sharp focus. While … more
Here’s my letter to Congresswoman Jamie Herrea Beutler: I received your mailer concerning HR 1. Not only will this ensure that America never sees another election but unfortunately this is … more
In a letter to the editor titled, “Questions Before the Centralia School Levy” from Brian Moog, of Galvin, a lot of questions were about curriculum or what’s being taught in the … more
The passing of Prince Philip, who died at age 99 at Windsor Castle on April 9, is the loss of an iconic being. Philip not only was a provocative world figure as the husband of Queen Elizabeth II … more
In their recent U.S. News "Best States”  rankings, U.S. News and World Reports magazine named the state of Washington as the No. 1 state in America for the second consecutive year. Many … more
Leave it up to our wonderful governor to want to throw more money at homelessness. Look at the cities that have the most problems, and they are the sanctuary cities and states. In one recent … more
For all those out there that are concerned about “fake news,” I’ve got a humdinger for you. The headline “Man Dies After Medical Incident During Police Interaction” … more
In a democracy, if you do income taxes at all, you had better make them steeply progressive. A hundred years ago, before World War I, the lowest bracket was at 1%, and the highest was seven times … more
A couple weeks ago, another Black man lost his life during an encounter with police. While many condemn the officer and many others support and condone any actions taken by law enforcement, no matter … more
This is a copy of a letter sent to the chair of the Cowlitz Tribe. Dear Cowlitz Indian Tribe Chairman Phillip Harju: As a local history writer, long-time friend and colleague of Rev. Roy I. … more
Thank you for that great article on the Pe Ell River Run. The time I spent in Washington and the town of Pe Ell was some of the happiest times I have had ever. Wish I could have made this one for … more
What is the current population of Centralia? Based on the latest 2020 data from the U.S. census, the current population of Centralia is 17,745. Centralia, Washington, is the 2,021st largest city in … more
There are a lot of negative issues just driving down the roads in any town. Closed shops, homeless on the streets, trash everywhere. I was looking at the river access around Centralia for a place … more
Open Centralia to the public! I never imagined I would be involved in trying to understand the operations of the Port of Centralia. The COVID-19 crisis seems to have contributed to the port ignoring … more
Congressional testimony recently established that big tech made good money fostering wild conspiracy theories and enabling the Jan. 6  insurrection. News flash. Corporate America is hard at … more
There are wonderful people and wonderful artists. Dixie Rogerson Bill was both. It was a sad day when I heard of Dixie's passing. I have known Dixie for many years and had the great pleasure … more
The Centralia School District Educational Programs and Operations Levy election is April 27. Ballots were scheduled to be mailed Wednesday, April 7. Please submit your ballot by April 27. The levy … more
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