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This letter is in response to the letter that was written by Roger Morningstar and published in the Saturday edition of The Chronicle. I’ve been a Lewis County resident since 1974 and my … more
Community is a work in progress in most places I have lived. Family, military, big and small communities, like I'm proud to be part of now. Then there's the law enforcement community of county, state … more
Growing up as a person of color in the U.S. is difficult. There are shared difficulties between all people in this country, but it definitely feels like there are two different worlds within its … more
This is my rebuttal to Sen. Jim McCune’s June 14 commentary that first appeared at chronline.com: “What the Supreme Court Draft Opinion on Abortion Means for Washington … more
In response to a letter to the editor published June 1 by Sandy Bray and to clarify recent community discussions surrounding sheriff candidates and my interactions with them: Once upon a time a … more
It is 2030 and here in Washington state Jay Inslee is still the governor after three failed attempts at becoming president. He continually runs on a green campaign, though many scientists are now … more
A reminder to those that would like to change our constitution to fit their own narrative: the constitution of the United States is considered to be the best piece of legislation and literature ever … more
So, lower the flag to half-staff. Turn the hymn book to the dog-eared page for "Amazing Grace" and light some candles. We have got the routine down. Mass shootings are America's real "Groundhog … more
I'm writing in response to Greg Gilbertson's May 25 letter to The Chronicle indicting the quality of education and professionalism of faculty at Centralia College. As a professor of English at … more
Republicans! Do you believe in our democracy, our form of government? If so, you need to speak up. The election fraud claim is a big lie. We have honest elections. This has been proven in state after … more
If we want our youth to value work then employers must value it as well. My son’s recent hiring experience at a Chehalis restaurant is an example of how employers are also responsible for … more
In the Lewis County News’ May 18, 2022, edition, an article was printed and distributed containing inaccuracies and statements which have caused unnecessary confusion. This letter is in … more
I was in attendance at the Lewis County Republicans meeting on May 2. I listened as Sheriff Rob Snaza spoke to the audience about coming together and unifying the Republican Party. He also spoke … more
On May 16, the editorial board at The Chronicle published a poorly-researched opinion piece on my campaign ad, which featured the closure of the pulp mill in Camas, Washington. The article … more
On Feb. 24, Vladimir Putin attacked the sovereign nation of Ukraine without provocation or laudable intent in full expectation of a cakewalk.  The armed forces of Russia vastly outnumbered … more
Washington has set itself the goal to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 15% from 1990 levels. Well, guess what? In 2018, the most recent GHG emissions numbers available from the Department of … more
I recently retired from Centralia College as a tenured professor of criminal justice on March 18 at age 63. I was privileged to instruct three generations of students over 22 years of unblemished … more
The Winlock UGA annexation should concern all Winlock citizens. I attended the Winlock City Council meeting at May 9. My concerns are the letters and flyers the city sent out to all of us in … more
When my family pondered the chance to move from North Carolina to the West Coast, we had options on where to settle, from Seattle south to Eugene. We wanted a small town with the right mix of … more
What kind of candidate best represents Southwest Washington? A small business owner who understands the impact of inflation on working people and the local economy. A mother who will ensure … more
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