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Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler continues to display her disconnect with “past” supporters.  My wife and I campaigned for and financially supported Ms. Herrera Beutler through … more
Dear Centralia Superintendent Dr. Lisa Grant: Listed below are several questions and issues that deserve answers and  discussion before the April levy election. 1. Your first levy proposal … more
On March 1, I attended the monthly Lewis County Republicans Precinct Meeting for the first time. When I read The Chronicle’s report on the event, I couldn’t even recognize the … more
With the abundance of articles, letters and opinions promoting the dam on the upper Chehalis River in the last month, I want to express a different point of view.  What the aforementioned do … more
A bill aimed at curbing greenhouse gas emissions from homes and commercial buildings in Washington state? I'm all for decreasing pollution in our environment, but who's going to pay to make such a … more
After reading the letter to the editor  from Sheryl Isaacon I have to add to her comments. I have been on the state's website every day trying to arrange a COVID-19 vaccine for myself and my … more
As our Lewis County commissioners seek to allow cannabis businesses in unincorporated Lewis County, there are several factors that they need to keep in mind. • Condoning and legalizing an … more
"Let us have peace." The words of President Ulysses S. Grant were quoted by Chronicle columnist Dr. Richard Stride in his recent column. After 130 years of residing at the bottom, President Grant is … more
When you, your children or your grandchildren are dealing with slow, intermittent or unavailable internet service, remember four names — Abbarno, Orcutt, Walsh and McIntire. These are our four … more
Provoking the concern and sympathy of millions, Tiger Woods, perhaps the world’s most famous athlete, has narrowly escaped death in a Los Angeles car accident. While the golfer appears to have … more
It amused me when I read that our local representatives wrote a letter to the governor inquiring about Lewis County not receiving its fair share of the COVID-19 vaccination doses.  It brought … more
Our uneducated state Senate has passed SB 5066, which is dead on arrival when it comes to effectiveness.Subject is a peace officer’s duty to intervene, intended to prevent excessive use of force, … more
Ms. Jaime Herrera Beutler is on her way out. And she knows it. Good riddance. After she voted to impeach Trump for "personal" reasons, the backlash from conservative Republicans throughout her … more
After reading the article about how Lewis County hasn't received its fair share of COVID-19 vaccine doses, one must stop and think about the vast amount of people in Lewis County that think the … more
Herrera Beutler is what the old GOP Party was, working for America and not for herself.I hate reading in The Chronicle that the Clark County GOP decided to censure Mrs. Herrera Beutler, and I have to … more
As a longtime reader, I just want to congratulate the new Chronicle management for the huge improvement in the quality and quantity of news presented in its newspaper. It also takes pains to provide … more
Last month, the comments section disappeared from the online edition of The Chronicle at chronline.com. When I wrote the editors to inquire about what had happened, I was informed by the … more
Michael Wagar's column Feb. 6 defines a problem but not a solution.The problem is how do we pay for construction and maintenance of our roads and highways when the funding from the gas tax disappears … more
In response to "Inslee Praises Bold Thinking" published Feb. 10, I praise Rep. Simpson's strategic plan to save salmon. The plan is comprehensive and covers concerns in all the areas that would be … more
Regarding my previous criticism of ArborHealth Morton for canceling COVID-19 vaccination clinic without notification: I just spoke with one of ArborHealth's clinic managers, who explained that a pipe … more
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