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Picture a box with $1 million inside of it. How many boxes like that would satisfy the safety of the United States? What is the price of our freedom? Consider what the Department of Defense has … more
A recent incident in the Cathlamet community highlights just how important wearing a life jacket is.  A man was kayaking in the Columbia River when his kayak capsized. Luckily, the man was … more
Americans watched with increasing consternation as a confirmed Chinese spy balloon passed over the entire continental United States gathering intelligence information on our strategic defenses, … more
The state already has airports at Joint Base Lewis-McChord and Moses Lake. Swapping the land use so air travel goes to JBLM and JBLM goes to Eastern Washington makes too much sense.  The tax … more
I’ll begin with the bottom line up front: We’re being asked to vote on a replacement for the expiring Centralia School District levy. The cost to taxpayers in real dollars would be … more
You may have noticed that the world seems to be a bit crazy these days. Some problems are new, others shouldn't surprise us.  Take prejudice and hatred for example.  It's been … more
As a little girl growing up in the Oregon Coast town of Seaside, Priscilla Prouty often saw giant blimps floating overhead as they patrolled the coastline searching for enemy submarines. It was a … more
I read a story about the need for another large airport in Washington. Many people are for it, and many are against it. They want it in Southwest Washington if possible. They would like to turn our … more
I agree with your recent reader’s letter regarding windmills.  It’s strange how we’re putting so much emphasis on windmills to save our climate. Let’s look at some of … more
Letter writer Bruce Peterson seems to believe that relatively recent "moral decay" is at the root of America's gun violence scourge. I would submit that America's moral decay is nothing new. Mark … more
I want to correct several errors in Chronicle columnist  Brian Mittge’s commentary about Senate Bill 5257 related to elementary school recess. 1. Rather than ignoring regional … more
One of the biggest challenges facing Washington employers today continues to be a lack of qualified workers. Even with rising inflation and growing concern about a potential recession, workforce … more
Do you have a hobby or collecting activity you enjoy? If your answer is “yes,” you might be delighted to learn there are health benefits to collecting.   My dad loved collecting … more
Republicans and Democrats in the Legislature agree our state needs more places for people to live. A lot more. It doesn’t matter much whether they’re single-family homes or structures … more
Longtime readers of The Chronicle will no doubt remember Bob Hansen, whose observational slice-of-life columns brought his wry, good-natured humor to our community for five years in the early … more
Winlock Mayor Brandon Svenson made it into the basic law enforcement academy originally sponsored by the City of Toledo in 2022. Chief Sam Patrick signed Mr. Svenson's form 1270 that a thorough … more
Three years after crooks stole billions in unemployment insurance (UI) funds, federal and state officials are scrambling to retrieve the money which was directed to the jobless and plug leaks in … more
I was just thinking that the only way we can know how far we’ve come is by looking back on where we’ve been.  That’s hardly a profound statement, but it’s the best I … more
As first stewards on the front lines of climate change, treaty tribes have been sounding the alarm for more than a decade about low oxygen levels in the ocean and the Salish Sea. My mentor, former … more
It is with considerable appreciation that I wish to take this belated opportunity to thank the 19 businesses and 13 individuals that made last month’s Christmas party for Lewis County Drug … more
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