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My 80-year-old husband spent all afternoon shoveling his pickup out of a snowbank yesterday, parked it at the bottom of our mile-long driveway and walked up, and walked down again in knee-deep snow … more
For anyone wanting to arrive at their destination easily, public transit can do that. I'm voicing my support for increasing funding for transit and paratransit service in our state transportation … more
Regarding the the story published in Thursday’s edition titled “Chehalis Council Discusses Possible Change in Parking Regulations in Downtown District”:I certainly hope that the council does … more
Now that I am paying more attention to the injustices around the world, the antics of the Left here seem surreal. I imagine an "awards program" for justice and humanitarian activists:Bangladeshi … more
I’m writing to refute the recent comments Lewis County officials made regarding the proposed Transalta land acquisition by WDFW.They claim Lewis County has plenty of open, public land in the east, … more
Health and Hope Medical Outreach is a local non-profit located in Centralia. We provide free medical care to those with low income and those in poverty in Lewis County and south Thurston County. Our … more
I am a retired organic produce farmer in Independence Valley. My farm and house have been inundated by floodwaters numerous times in the 37 years that I’ve lived in the Chehalis watershed.Like many … more
This is in response to a previous letter to the editor critical of Jaime Herrera Beuter (JHB) for her vote to impeach Donald Trump. I have been a moderate Republican for a very long time (interpret … more
I would like to speak to columnist Michael Wagar’s Jan. 30 commentary about “ReTrumplicans.” My sainted mother taught me that name calling is a sign of a weak argument, or of a weak … more
Lack of health insurance is associated with 30,000 to 90,000 deaths per year, depending on the study. Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, more than 30 million Americans didn’t have health insurance and … more
I am responding to the recent letter to the editor from Sheryl Issacson, Chehalis, dated Feb. 3 which was titled, “More than one side is to blame for unrest.”My quick response is, no, only Trump … more
Last week's Chronicle article, "Seniors Eligible for Vaccine Struggle to Get Appointments," shared the erratic way COVID vaccines are being distributed. I got my first shot out of luck. I was … more
Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Battle Ground, is a brave, stalwart representative of Washington’s 3rd District, her constituents and the Constitution. I am extremely proud of her. I disagree with her on … more
I am writing to share my concerns about the possibility of commercially expanding the Toledo airport. The reasons my family resides in Lewis County consists of the lifestyle quality, rural beauty, … more
Remember the tin man in “The Wizard of Oz?” His joints froze up for lack of oil. All he needed was a good lube job. Have you noticed during this near year of quarantine that you feel a little … more
I want to publicly say thank you to the Centralia City Council members, especially Councilor Kelly Smith Johnston, who initiated the first meeting with our group and reached out to us after what I … more
The Washington state Legislature held its first hearing on Wednesday, Jan. 27, on House Bill (HB 1336) that would create and expand the authority of a public utility district or local government to … more
On your Feb. 9 ballot, many of you in Centralia and the northwest part of Lewis County will be asked to renew Riverside Fire Authority’s EMS levy. Please vote yes. If approved, the levy will … more
Virtual teaching is challenging for everyone involved: parents, students and teachers. The challenge of making meaningful connections with students and families has been a struggle. There are some … more
Just when I think maybe Jaime Herrera Buetler is starting to see some light, she once again proves just how disingenuous she really is. She is co-sponsoring a bill to cap the Supreme Court at … more
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