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A “WhereIsMyMother.com” billboard on Interstate 5 south between Seattle and Tacoma illustrates the heartbreaking reality of the dairy industry and what mother cows and their calves endure … more
Marty Ansley in his letter misses the entire point of the Second Amendment argument of having arms to protect us from the government. The problem lies with our current government, including the … more
I would like to send a very big thank you to the U.S. Army Band ensemble. They were playing Christmas carols in the lobby of the Lewis County Courthouse last Friday, Dec. 16. They played a wonderful … more
I am a resident of the town of Salkum affected by the postal service issues. In The Chronicle’s article about post office closures, the postal service failed to disclose that there are more … more
If you have not yet gone out to enjoy the Borst Park Drive Thru Christmas light display, I encourage you to check it out.  It runs every day 5 to 9 p.m. until Dec. 25. It’s $5 per … more
I’m a longtime resident of Mineral who has owned property and other investments here for more than 45 years. I would like to share some Mineral history as seen through my eyes.  Fifty … more
I was so impressed by the article about Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler’s final comments on the U.S. House floor featured in Saturday’s edition of The Chronicle. I’m also … more
Once again, letter writer Mike Kimbrel has invested time and effort to pen an extensive letter with little factual basis to support it. For instance, “Barack Obama and President Joe Biden … more
Republican House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy refuses to allow the Jan. 6 committee the approval and participation of the GOP.  He forbids five Republicans, already appointed, to … more
In September 1949, I began first grade, and I voted for the first time in 1961 at age 21. During my adult years, I voted Republican, being of a conservative bent. I have noted that before 2009, … more
I am writing this letter in support of the Providence Centralia Hospital nurses and all health care workers in the community. I have worked as a nurse in many roles over the years, both union, … more
There is nothing in the Constitution that allows American citizens the right to bear arms out of fear of or in conflict with our own federal government. That is a mistaken notion of the Second … more
Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year. In the year 2022, many things seem topsey-turvey. I am a senior among seniors. Some might call me an “old codger.” I hope I have gained … more
After 13 years of keeping chickens I’m still gobsmacked when I see feathers everywhere and the birds invariably choose the coldest months to get going.  I keep in mind they’ll be … more
Both sides of the aisle cannot dispute that abandoned vehicle removal on private property is unfair and unjust to owners and renters.  Find the last owners of the trash cans on wheels and … more
I can’t help feeling empathy for Cathy Linsey and her husband for being unwittingly thrust into a problem they didn’t cause with the abandoned RV on her property.  The county and … more
Well here we are starting another month, and still no release from the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office regarding the truth of their extremely botched investigation into the death of Aron … more
Letter writer Katherine Ford has missed the point of my letter concerning gun ownership.  Her suggestion to tighten gun laws is ludicrous. We already have all of the laws she suggests. … more
The 2020 presidential election was clearly and potentially illegally influenced by the Democratic Party and agencies of the federal government along with celebrities and other organizations committed … more
Who is letter writer Katherine Ford and who gave her the power to interpret the U.S. Constitution?  The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that modern weaponry ownership is protected by the Second … more
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