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“No man is an island entire of itself ...   any man's death diminishes me, because I am involved in mankind. And therefore never send to know for whom the bell tolls; it tolls for … more
Last summer, in the midst of frenetic preparations for my daughter’s wedding, I learned about the passing of a precious woman, Emma Elisabet “Lisa” Blomdahl. I wanted to write a … more
This is addressed to Chronicle Publisher Chad Taylor. You recently wrote a commentary about some claims being made by Mike Hadaller and his attempt to paint a picture of corruption when it comes to … more
As the weather makes a sudden turn from summer to fall, I’m thinking about all of the activities taking place at Centralia College as we start into the new academic year. It’s shaping up … more
“The freedom to read is essential to our democracy. It is continuously under attack.” – Freedom to Read   If you have never read the American Library Association’s … more
I write this letter to all Republicans and conservatives. Joe Kent, listen up. Ronald Reagan would be in full support of Ukraine today if he were alive. He would recognize the opportunity we … more
To the county commissioners: Why are you wasting your time making a resolution on something that may not even happen (masking)?   Don’t you have anything more pressing to deal with … more
Please be informed of a recent, deeply concerning interaction I had when seeking transparency from our elected official, Lewis County Commissioner Sean Swope. I was recently informed that Mr. … more
In his letter of Aug. 22, Joe Kent assailed Rep. Marie Gluesenkamp Perez for her vote against the veterans funding bill. The vote in the House of Representatives was 219-211, strictly along party … more
I am an optimist. I know this about myself. I always try to look at a situation from a “glass half full” perspective. I try to find the middle ground in most issues I write about.   … more
Tuesday was a big day for me and my family.  We were notified of a lucrative new deal providing “more than $100,000 a year” to the Silver Agency, a Chehalis-based business my … more
Thank you for the section in Thursday’s paper “Senior Life.”   I would like to see more sections like this in the paper. I guess just more of what is part of life and … more
Way to go, Vince Ynzunza and organizers of the Northwest Flying Saucer Film Fest.   My wife and I attended the film screenings at McFiler's Theatre Friday night, Sept. 22. We were impressed … more
Here I go again. Am I the only one who cares about the Fort Borst Blockhouse?   It continues to sit under the dark forest of Fort Borst Park, falling apart and being ignored. It really … more
When a former critique group partner reconnected with me, seeking help with a friend’s manuscript, little did I know the contents would bless me in such profound warmth. “Heart … more
Recent allegations have surfaced that compel us to speak out and set the record straight concerning the integrity and role of the Economic Alliance of Lewis County. Lewis County Public Utility … more
Thursday’s guest editorial by Port of Centralia Commissioner Kyle Markstrom once again raises journalism ethics questions practiced by The Chronicle’s ownership. What appears as a … more
This in response to the article published on the front page Sept. 12 regarding the 9/11 memorial by artist John Jackson.   I have had the privilege of seeing this beautiful tribute to 9/11. … more
No calls, no letters, just fireweeds and stinging nettles. I have done everything possible that I can to avert a shutoff of my phone and internet service on Monday, Sept. 18, to no avail. I … more
Trump and “Face the Press”: Let’s turn the lights on one of the fairy tales that danced around unnoticed in the dark and see what we have. (Rather than give the punctuation … more
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