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In a recent article noting that the City of Chehalis had dropped a lawsuit against Yard Birds, I am reminded of the futility of beating a dead horse, or in this case, a dead Yard Bird.  What … more
I am writing to alert readers to a proposal currently working its way through the Washington state Legislature, House Bill 1333. This bill is of importance to me personally because I write … more
Rarely does a day go by when we don’t hear of someone suffering from a deadly cancer or other life-threatening health crises. Such a recent Facebook story got my attention and tugged at my … more
Sen. John Braun voted nay on the Voting Registration Bill. Sen. Sam Hunt introduced a nice bill, Senate Bill 5112 , to update voter registration. The final Senate roll call was 38 in favor, 10 … more
At 81 years old, I lost my 75-year-old wife of 52 years to cancer. I went to the U.S. Cellular store to disconnect her phone line and move my number to her recently upgraded, newer … more
I just read an article in the recent AARP Bulletin about the pandemic challenges, which have yet to end for nursing homes. “A chronic worker shortage has blocked chances for reform and … more
As dawn broke over the Los Banos Civilian “Internment” Camp at 7 a.m. on Feb. 23, 1945 (1 p.m. Feb. 22, 1945, U.S. Time) about 25 miles south of Manila in the Philippine Islands, it held … more
My name is Jessica. I would like to take a few minutes to share my story to talk about why mental health is so important and what the lack of helping someone or ignoring someone's cry for help could … more
Our new congresswoman Marie Gluesenkamp Perez, representing Washington’s 3rd Congressional District, has recently begun having town halls. She had a town hall in her hometown of Stevenson, and … more
Writer Marty Anlsey’s recently rebutted a letter for his gun position. His opinions are his and no number of statistics either way will change them. Albeit his final sentence is clearly wrong … more
If you have wondered why Lewis County is so regressive and has suffered decades of brain drain of many of its best young people to more economically opportune areas, this week’s  session … more
My wife’s family has had a presence in the East Lewis County town of Mineral for four generations having the first ancestors arriving around 1900, with ancestry names of Vanning, Seymour, La … more
On Feb. 28, The Chronicle staff reported that a “37-year-old Tacoma died Monday after crashing his motorcycle into another vehicle on state Route 508 near Cinebar, according to the Washington … more
In regards to his recent response to my letter to the editor, I understand letter writer Bruce Peterson perfectly. The Second Amendment supersedes the right to life.  Mr. Peterson states, … more
The Democrats have lost their minds and sold their souls. The proposed highly contentious YMCA mega resort at Mineral Lake is simply the latest example of your father’s Democratic Party … more
I just read an article in the Lewis County News by Lynnette Hoffman about Sheriff Rob Snaza’s testimony at the Board of County Commissioners’ meeting concerning the proposed  YMCA … more
I have written letters in the past about the YMCA camp at Mineral, my wife and I are in favor of this youth camp. We have seen the “NO ‘Y’ CAMP REZONE” signs. Some are on … more
To the Centralia City Council:  Please consider not canceling the Veterans Memorial Pearl Street Pool renovation. Many people have been working tirelessly for many years to restore it. Why … more
Despite the hoots and hollers at The State of the Union Address, we are told: “Republicans need to get more offensive.” Imagine that if you will. This opinion was delivered by a … more
It’s with no surprise, but disappointment, that the City of Centralia voted to not open the outdoor pool. I think if a levy would have been put on the ballot, it would have passed. Many … more
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