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In response to a letter to the editor published June 1 by Sandy Bray and to clarify recent community discussions surrounding sheriff candidates and my interactions with them: Once upon a time a … more
It is 2030 and here in Washington state Jay Inslee is still the governor after three failed attempts at becoming president. He continually runs on a green campaign, though many scientists are now … more
A reminder to those that would like to change our constitution to fit their own narrative: the constitution of the United States is considered to be the best piece of legislation and literature ever … more
So, lower the flag to half-staff. Turn the hymn book to the dog-eared page for "Amazing Grace" and light some candles. We have got the routine down. Mass shootings are America's real "Groundhog … more
I'm writing in response to Greg Gilbertson's May 25 letter to The Chronicle indicting the quality of education and professionalism of faculty at Centralia College. As a professor of English at … more
Republicans! Do you believe in our democracy, our form of government? If so, you need to speak up. The election fraud claim is a big lie. We have honest elections. This has been proven in state after … more
If we want our youth to value work then employers must value it as well. My son’s recent hiring experience at a Chehalis restaurant is an example of how employers are also responsible for … more
In the Lewis County News’ May 18, 2022, edition, an article was printed and distributed containing inaccuracies and statements which have caused unnecessary confusion. This letter is in … more
I was in attendance at the Lewis County Republicans meeting on May 2. I listened as Sheriff Rob Snaza spoke to the audience about coming together and unifying the Republican Party. He also spoke … more
On May 16, the editorial board at The Chronicle published a poorly-researched opinion piece on my campaign ad, which featured the closure of the pulp mill in Camas, Washington. The article … more
On Feb. 24, Vladimir Putin attacked the sovereign nation of Ukraine without provocation or laudable intent in full expectation of a cakewalk.  The armed forces of Russia vastly outnumbered … more
Washington has set itself the goal to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 15% from 1990 levels. Well, guess what? In 2018, the most recent GHG emissions numbers available from the Department of … more
I recently retired from Centralia College as a tenured professor of criminal justice on March 18 at age 63. I was privileged to instruct three generations of students over 22 years of unblemished … more
The Winlock UGA annexation should concern all Winlock citizens. I attended the Winlock City Council meeting at May 9. My concerns are the letters and flyers the city sent out to all of us in … more
When my family pondered the chance to move from North Carolina to the West Coast, we had options on where to settle, from Seattle south to Eugene. We wanted a small town with the right mix of … more
What kind of candidate best represents Southwest Washington? A small business owner who understands the impact of inflation on working people and the local economy. A mother who will ensure … more
I read Riley Dolan’s Letter to the editor this morning with great alarm. Another liberal calling out the conservative media. His (I assume Riley is a man, and if I’m wrong, I apologize) … more
Over the years, I have observed individuals and their etiquette toward our flag. I am a veteran and spent a year in South Vietnam from September 1968 through September 1969. I learned flag etiquette … more
Centralia City Council, please do not vote to put time restrictions on Central Boulevard for trucks. If you do, you will be putting people out of work and causing Willamette Valley Company to shut … more
As I renew my subscription, I would like to say I appreciate all your efforts to keep The Chronicle published and us informed. You have an excellent journalist in Julie McDonald, a personal … more
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