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Many people don’t remember Mary Surratt. Her name has been mostly lost to history.  Surratt was executed for being a co-conspirator on President Abraham Lincoln's murder by John Wilkes … more
Our pristine Mineral Lake area is in severe peril. My name is Neil Stewart and I would like to present an argument against the proposed rezoning and YMCA camp.  This rezoning, if permitted, … more
Hello, my name is Lesley Rangel. I'm a student at Centralia High School in 10th grade. I've grown up in Centralia my whole life.  Growing up from a small town has taught me many things and … more
This letter is following up on a recent letter to the editor and subsequent reporting. Winlock Mayor Brandon Svenson claimed in the referenced Chronicle reporting that he left Morton Police … more
The statistics quoted in the recent article about Mayor Kelly Smith Johnston’s Chehalis Basin Board meeting address don’t make sense to me.  If 75% of Centralia households consist … more
This letter is in support of Senate Bill 5462 and Senate Bill 5441 that was opposed by Chronicle columnist Brian Mittge.  I have read each bill, but I only have space to discuss one. SB 5462 … more
This letter is in response to Bill Moeller’s commentary titled “Remembering When Chehalis Made Life Magazine.” I appreciate Mr. Bill Moeller’s history lesson of racism in … more
If you haven’t already, I highly recommend you take a few minutes to read a powerful story this week by Craig Sailor of The News Tribune about a Tenino woman, her soldier husband, and a … more
Six weeks into the 2023 legislative session, the state Senate has reached the end of its first round of work. The calendar we adopted on the session’s opening day set Feb. 17 as the … more
Wow. Letter writer Marty Ansley entirely missed the point of my letter. My suggestion of parenting difficulties has to do with the legal ramifications of child punishment, a problem brought about a … more
I am a Lewis County resident and am in favor of the efforts to place a camp near Mineral, Washington. I grew up in Longview in the 1970s and attended YMCA events. For many years, I earned money to go … more
The Chronicle newsroom has been publishing an ongoing deep dive series on the remarkable Chehalis School District effort called the Student Achievement Initiative (SAI).   When 100% of … more
As I start writing this column, the sun — while not totally showing itself — has at least been peeking around a cloud or two. And that brings out the hope that spring, while still mostly … more
Who says Congress is so gridlocked that nothing is accomplished? Consider what happened last December when the U.S. Senate unanimously passed legislation streamlining regulations for projects … more
Nearly 140 years ago, Jacob G. and Martha “Mattie” W. (Hill) Wymore packed up all their belongings and their children into a wagon to travel across the United States from Kansas to … more
I think America is still in a post-Covid wallflower phase, and it’s time to shake it off.  We’ve gotten out of the habit of getting together. We’ve lost the momentum of … more
Washington’s laws concerning police pursuits and the possession of hard drugs were both changed in 2021. The mistakes made then by the Democrat majority have turned these into the top two … more
On a party line vote, the House Republicans passed the Family and Small Business Protection Act HR23. It will keep a small portion for customer service and upgrades of technology for the Internal … more
The Chehalis School District and the Chehalis Education Association (or CEA, the teachers’ union) have a math problem. They think they’ll get more achievement from students by subtracting … more
As I am contemplating my vote for the Napavine school bond issue, the first thing I have to remind myself is that bonds are for building and repairs and levies are for learning and day-to-day … more
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