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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
It’s been many years since I’ve walked the trails of what folks in Packwood call “Skate Creek Park,” but I clearly remember the natural beauty in that hidden corner of east … more
We are only a couple of weeks into 2022 and it is already shaping up to be another challenging year for America’s 5.5 million family businesses dealing with the coronavirus pandemic. Rampant … more
I recently wrote about some vehicles owned by the Moeller Family when — starting in 1960 — we lived on Curtis Hill Road. In 1969, we moved into town and the type of vehicles we needed … more
On June 26, 2020, The Chronicle Editorial Board shared its support of the newly launched Lewis County participation in the Dolly Parton Imagination Library. The Chronicle also noted the success of … more
Last week, I shared the story of Lisa Pettersson’s early life in Sweden before she married George Blomdahl of Seattle. As the late great Paul Harvey would say, here’s the rest of the … more
I am very disheartened to read Republican leaders like J. T. Wilcox and Andrew Barkis blame Gov. Jay Inslee for the recent closure of the passes between Western and Eastern Washington. The Jan. 19 … more
I would like to express my gratitude to the members of your community. My husband and I had flown into Centralia for a funeral. We drove into town the night of the big flood, Jan. 6. We stayed … more
When I was a little girl back in the 1940s, I read the Eleanor Porter children’s classic Pollyanna, and my life changed. I adopted the heroine’s, little Pollyanna’s, practice of … more
In regards to your letter to the editor concerning pumped storage electricity, I have to agree with the writer.   After some research, it seems that the alternative energy bunch are at it … more
There’s no doubt about it. The Biden administration is working hard to pay the price for salmon recovery. The $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill is just an example. We have never seen … more
I’m disappointed and disheartened by the direction the Chronicle is taking. In the past I found it to be a valuable resource for local information and a forum for community dialogue. With the … more
I read Don Brunell’s column in which he wrote about the virtues of “pumped storage electricity,” saying it could benefit many people and pointing out that the key benefits of a … more
I want to thank the community of Lewis County for their generous donations to our Wish List this year. We were able to provide gift cards to all of the people on the Wish List! I am always … more
Perhaps no one else is interested in this but I recently started trying to recall the number of cars I’ve owned in my lifetime. The list doesn’t contain the 1923 three-door sedan I … more
A bill scheduled for a public hearing this week (HB 1727) would ban citizen ballot measures in odd years, but still allow local governments to call special elections to increase taxes. A similar bill … more
A day doesn’t pass when I don’t ask myself, “Did this politician (really) think that was a good idea?’ Here is a good example: “Increase the minimum wage to … more
At the anniversary of the Jan. 6 insurrection, it is time we recognized the true heroes of the Republican Party. They are not the dopey louts who rampaged through our nation’s capitol and the … more
A century ago, on Jan. 11, 1922, Axel and Johanna Pettersson welcomed a baby girl into their home along the Baltic Sea on the southeast coast of Sweden, the fourth of what would grow to be a family … more
On behalf of the men and women of the Centralia Police Department, I would like to say thank you to the community members in and around Centralia for helping protect our community during last … more
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