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Responding to Sirens; “Owners Report Dead Chicken” on July 11, 2019. Did the police find any chicken prints or DNA? Is the suspect a fox or chicken hawk? Was the chicken playing “chicken” or … more
First off, I want to assure everyone I am not running for president. With that settled I have things to say.The reason some people want background checks for all gun sales is in case some day there … more
I usually find the political cartoons more tasteful than the one published on Saturday the 10th of August. I am hopeful that the next edition has the NRA stuffing the pockets of the GOP elephant … more
This past month, I underwent a total knee replacement at Centralia Providence Hospital. While any surgery is no fun, a total knee is one of the worst to go through. I cannot say enough about the care … more
If you will be visiting downtown Centralia in the near future, consider taking a few minutes to visit the Borst Park Fuchsias Garden. Plan to get out and give it a little time because it is truly … more
“Make America Great” sounds like a fine slogan until you add the “Again.” Exactly which past America does President Donald Trump think was “great?” When we enslaved people for over 200 … more
I’m sorry, but I actually shed a small tear when, after days of looking for her, I finally realized “Dear Abby” is never coming back!I know it’s not the meat and potatoes of the paper, but … more
My name is John Maxwell Baker. I was born in Centralia on May 10, 1982. I graduated from WF West high school in 2000.My father is John Charles Baker, former owner of Sticklin Greenwood Memorial Park. … more
Is it too late for America to elect a president who cares more for our children and our future than for those who care only about money and power? Can we elect a Senate not owned by the insurance … more
I see where they have finally replaced the “target” at the I-5 Mellen St. intersection. I wonder how long, and how many signals, will have to be replaced before the folks who are responsible for … more
Last May, while visiting my daughter in Virginia, I experienced female complications. As I am in my late 70s, this news sent a shockwave through my system. As soon as I got home, I called my doctor … more
Thank you, Joe, for doing what you said you would do!Throughout my lifetime, I have heard a lot of public servants, civic officials, and politicians make promises and swear to bring about changes of … more
Janet Leth’s July 26 letter to the editor about members of Congress holding town halls needs correcting. There’s a lot to it that makes me very suspicious of Janet’s motives. First, Brian … more
I had the privilege of attending a gathering recently that included some civil rights warriors. The topic of discussion was making sure that legal discrimination does not return to our state. Twenty … more
I’m surprised more letters to The Chronicle have not been published regarding the latest disappearance of longtime features from its pages. Could the letters be filling up boxes or circular … more
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