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Fireworks need to be banned. Not only are they dangerous but they also cause great trauma on wildlife, domestic animals, people who have PTSD, old people in rest homes and those on hospice. … more
In response to a letter by Marty Ansley: With as much respect as I can muster, I'd like to respond again and say that I didn't mention a meritocracy nor facts not existing in my letter. I stand … more
I am not a negative person; however, the fireworks that went off on July 3 and 4 were out of control. For three-plus hours on the Fourth of July it felt and sounded like a war zone at my house. … more
As someone who has lost family members and family friends in the Holocaust, the recent actions of Jim Walsh wearing a yellow Star of David is offensive and disgusts me. He may have felt that the … more
This past Fourth of July, my boyfriend, who happens to be an Iraq combat veteran, really struggled because of the residential fireworks. I walked around the neighborhood and asked people to stop … more
There is an issue of inadequate phone and internet service here in "rural" Southwest Washington that has been overlooked for years that needs to be resolved. The situation became a public safety … more
I am responding to the letter from the Centralia School District superintendent in the June 17 issue as well as a letter I believe was also from her a week earlier thanking the voters of Centralia … more
I want to give a shout out to the Lewis County EDC for the tremendous success they have achieved over the years. This success shows what can be done when we leave politics out of solving problems to … more
I entirely sympathize with all the seniors in Lewis County who want to have our senior centers reopen. With the anticipated relaxation of pandemic lockdown measures the governor announced to be … more
In her letter on June 24, writer Josie Johnston seems to imply that America's problem with race is in the past. COVID-19 clearly showed there are still vast racial inequities built into our systems. … more
I read Marty Ansley's letter to the editor about Critical Race Theory (CRT) being taught in schools and his criticisms of those who are against it. I agreed with all of his points about teaching … more
U.S. Rep. Alex Mooney, of West Virginia, has put H.R. 3526 in the hands of Congress. This bill asks for accountability to audit U. S. gold reserves, including purity, any and all encumbrances or … more
We all sense that something unusual and momentous is taking place around and in us. Chaos reigns in every imaginable arena, wickedness abounds, anger smothers thoughtfulness and God’s law is … more
As school ends, many things come to a head and many parents find confusion on different situations and happenings. This holds true with the Rainier High School boys basketball program. The … more
Every week, sometimes twice in a week, of the three issues of the newspaper you provide free publicity to Jaime Herrera Beutler. You have an article expressing her opinion along with a decade-old … more
After reading the story regarding transgender policy in the Chehalis School District in The Chronicle’s June 17 edition, I was made starkly aware of how Washington state public education policy … more
The right wing "cancel culture" is at it again. In a recent column by John McCroskey in The Chronicle, the right wing is making "critical race theory" a major talking point. They are certainly … more
As we end the 2020-21 school year, I want to share sincere thanks to our community, staff, families and students for creating success in challenging circumstances. A global pandemic and a double … more
I am writing this letter after reading Lewis County Commissioner Sean Swope’s disgusting comment in The Chronicle. He claims that he is not getting the COVID-19 vaccine due to religious … more
My name is Jim Stafford, and I have been involved in the arts all my life. From second grade on, it has been a major part of my life. I know that many of you out there experience this same feeling or … more
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