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In his Sept. 23 commentary, Chronicle publisher and owner Chad Taylor asks "when did disagreeing with someone on a public issue then require us to hate the other person? When did we learn disrespect, … more
If Jaime Herrera Beutler wins her primary, she will surely be defeated in the general. The numbers are just not there for her. The district will flip into Democrat hands. Southwest Washington’s … more
I read there are Haitian potential immigrants huddled under a bridge in Texas. Yes, we should send in the National Guard. Have them bring meals, toilet facilities, waste baskets, etc. We are a rich … more
Once again, Lewis County Seniors have been lied to. Several times the seniors have been told that the meal preparations are being phased out so that they can be returned to the Catholic Community … more
Paul Crowner believes in planning for the future development of the Port of Centralia. When elected, Paul will not only work with the current port commissioners, but also with prospective and … more
Some people wonder, “Why should I get a vaccine or wear a mask when it’s still possible to get COVID-19 if I do?” The answer: Vaccines and masks load the dice in our … more
Julie McDonald’s Sept. 13 column on the Southwest Washington Writers Conference accurately quoted an email I sent her expressing my misgivings about visiting a county with a comparatively low … more
I had the opportunity to meet congressional candidate Joe Kent at a Ridgefield town hall in July. He has three Bronze Stars, 20 years of military experience and was an adviser to President Donald … more
I just read your article reporting that COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and (I think) deaths are at all-time highs in Lewis County. This seems like a good time to promote the COVID vaccines. Good … more
Thank you Sheriff Snaza. Lewis County now has the second highest COVID-19 rate in all the counties in Washington. In a John Wayne movie, Mr. Wayne made a great statement. He said, “life … more
Did you spread misinformation about COVID-19 today? How do you know? You don’t. Scientific study is just like politics in that diverse opinions achieve balance. When we shut down opposing … more
Shortly before departing England for the Munich Conference in 1938, Neville Chamberlain publicly dismissed the burgeoning crisis in Czechoslovakia as "a quarrel in a faraway country, between people … more
Lewis County Fire Protection District 1 would like to thank our community, commissioners and volunteers for supporting our levy lid lift. Your support allows us to continue to provide quality … more
By Oct. 18, many hard working, dedicated state employees, teachers and others face losing their jobs because of the new vaccine mandate from Gov. Jay Inslee. This is a huge tragedy and totally … more
It is with great regret that I learned Mary Prophit has left the Randle Mountain View Timberland Library. I have used libraries from small towns to big cities and large universities. Mary, with … more
“Vaccination rates are lagging in Lewis County, where cases continue to skyrocket to never-before-seen-highs.” On page Main 8 in last Tuesday’s edition of The Chronicle, I read … more
I heard on the news recently that Gov. Jay Inslee reinstated the indoor mask mandate regardless of vaccination status effective Aug. 23.  In May, the Centers for Disease Control and … more
There is horrifying news about the effects of climate change from around the globe. We aren’t helpless; we have a rare opportunity to make a profound difference right now, by asking our … more
Two generations ago, my country — my neighbors — asked me to stand in harm’s way. I stepped up to do so, as did my grandfather, father, uncles, brothers-in-law, son, daughter, … more
The celebrated election of Joe Biden was heralded across this land as bringing back maturity and success to all things American, and by extension the rest of the world. From his basement he told … more
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