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I enjoyed the article written by Julie McDonald Nov. 16 about the Borst barn and some history surrounding it. I also appreciate that she mentioned the Borst Fort. However, I feel like the fort … more
The rights and dignity of our LGBT youth are under attack in Republican-controlled state legislatures across the nation, from laws against transgender girls playing on girls’ school sports … more
Vladimir Putin must believe that the current political climate in the U.S. has provided him with ideal conditions to return the Ukraine to Russian control. Since citizens of the country have chosen … more
Julie McDonald’s recent review of a memoir by former classmate and acquaintance, Grace M. Cho upset me. McDonald seemed offended that Chehalis appeared racist. She used the term … more
Lewis County Commissioner Lindsey Pollock seems like an intelligent woman. So why is she talking out of both sides of her mouth? She wants people to decide for themselves about wearing masks now, … more
Speakers at the Feb. 7 Lewis County Republican Precinct Meeting, including Rep. Jim Walsh and former sheriff John McCroskey, had some good news for Washington: Democrats are recommending controls on … more
The Lewis County Department of Public Works and Lewis County are at it again to take your money and do nothing. It’s the county’s new fee No Spray Program. Now landowners who do not … more
To the Citizens of Onalaska: On behalf of the 800 students and 130 employees of the Onalaska School District, I want to thank all of you who supported our recent replacement levy. If the … more
Why the continued demand for masks for the children? When will we give the children freedom from fear over COVID-19?  I remember having measles and probably passing it on to the many siblings … more
I was amused by the placement of two articles on the front page of The Chronicle on Feb. 3.  One article noted the continuing increase in cases of COVID-19 in Lewis County. Last week it was … more
So Republicans have declared that the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol was "legitimate political discourse." Only several Republicans have objected to that characterization. Really? … more
A couple of weeks back, I suggested that a disgruntled reader who didn’t like the right-leaning editorial policy of The Chronicle should consider moving to Seattle to find a more friendly … more
The Adna School District is a vital part of our community that recognizes the need to educate students to our community’s standard. Though the state provides basic funding, renewing the … more
To the letter writer who suggested liberals unhappy with Lewis County leave: If you and others like you want to give folks advice to "move to Seattle, you will be happier," I have some for your lot … more
Dear Families and Community, To say these past few years have been a challenge would be a dramatic understatement. The pandemic has created massive obstacles for everyone, and unfortunately, … more
Thank you to The Chronicle. We appreciate your front page story on the man from Adna. He was the property owner who turns to conservation and fish advocacy. We all love healthy streams. We all … more
I am an Onalaska resident who uses state Route 508 to get from our home to Interstate 5, just like everyone else in our area. There is a stretch of road that has been a constant (I'm talking over 20 … more
It seems that the writer of “Questions on Renewable Energy” should have paid more attention in high school science class. You cannot create new energy but you can store energy, and … more
In response to letter writer LL Hauer of Winlock who is fearful of The Chronicle’s rightward tilt, I have a suggestion: Move to Seattle. You’ll find lots of company up there and be … more
I have a few comments about your Opinion page. On Jan. 6, the commentary by John McCroskey about stupid to choose. From someone who ends every column with a statement that he was Lewis County … more
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