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It was interesting to read of the upcoming athletic field at Centralia College. It has been a long time since they had such a facility, and I am sure that it will enhance the area. I, too, am … more
Why would we believe what the Timberland library staff wrote in their letter to the editor?  Let me recap. In 2018, Cheryl Heywood, Timberland’s director, authorized the completion of a Capital … more
This is a letter I have sent to Washington Gov. Jay Inslee. “Dear Gov. Inslee,I am a Republican voter, but you are my governor now, and I hope for your success as a leader, especially at this … more
As COVID-19 surges to over a one in five infection rate this Thanksgiving, Mossyrock Mayor Randall Sasser and the “we’re going our own way” crowd are putting together their best imitation of … more
I’d like to extend my thanks to The Chronicle for opening a discussion on the search for our next county health officer. It is a critical and complex position that requires care to find a good … more
Drive safe. It is something we say to friends as they depart. It carries an implicit care for each other. Before the car even starts moving, driving safe means putting on a seatbelt, and most of us … more
I am overwhelmed with gratitude and thanksgiving. I am grateful for the honor of serving as the superintendent of the Centralia School District. I am thankful for the dedication and work of our … more
Here in the United States the COVID-19 body count has exceeded 250,000, which is more than four times the combat deaths of the Vietnam war, five times WWI combat deaths, and is likely to pass the … more
What a difference it makes when the population takes notice of the government.Australia’s population is 25 million people and total virus deaths are about 905.The United States has a population of … more
The Chehalis River Basin Flood Control Zone District still seems to be fixated on putting in a flood control retention dam on the upper Chehalis River, even after the governor requested they turn … more
I have seen people not wearing masks, heard remarks — they don’t want to be told what to do; don’t follow like sheep; no worse than the usual flu; they die of prior conditions. So when I see … more
Our illustrious governor has mandated a one-size fits all edict prohibiting indoor seating in restaurants and bars, for the next 30 days, throughout our entire state. Where is there factual … more
This Q&A is intended to provide additional information and context in response to a letter you received from a former trustee concerning the Timberland Regional Library (TRL). Question: Did … more
Every November, Washington state honors the more than 850,000 family caregivers who are the backbone of our long-term care system. This year’s theme is “Caregiving in crisis”. These individuals … more
It was not long ago that my husband and I spent Halloween with our son, daughter-in-law and 14-year-old grandson. The evening was crisp and clear. Their walkway was gaily lined with twinkle lights to … more
This past June Sheriff Rob Snaza, while addressing a group of supporters of the Hamilton billboard in Chehalis, gave his now infamous “Don’t be a sheep” remarks, regarding the public health … more
We must have anger for change. Let me express my anger. First, my life was built by hard work because I refused to be on welfare and raise my boys in suppression. There is no opportunity in the … more
I wanted to give a shoutout to Valley View Community Health Center (VVCHC) and our Statewide Health Insurance Benefits Advisor Office (SHIBA) for collaborating on Medicare Open Enrollment, on behalf … more
Our country, the United States of America, was founded on the promise of freedom for all, therefore, it must be the responsibility for the “all” to work to keep it “freedom for all.”“Under … more
I was happy to hear that Lewis County had dropped down to two new COVID-19 cases per day. But I went to the John Hopkins site and it shows us as having 16 cases in one day earlier this week, and 51 … more
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