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Beginning in January 2022, all Washington workers will pay 58 cents per $100 of their earnings to fund the Long-Term Care Trust Act (LTCTA). There is no limit to how much you will contribute to the … more
As Father’s Day approached, I reflected on how much I miss my dad. My father was a Korean War veteran who never talked about the war. He was a jovial man with a tremendous sense of humor. … more
We all sense that something unusual and momentous is taking place around and in us. Chaos reigns in every imaginable arena, wickedness abounds, anger smothers thoughtfulness and God’s law is … more
As school ends, many things come to a head and many parents find confusion on different situations and happenings. This holds true with the Rainier High School boys basketball program. The … more
Every week, sometimes twice in a week, of the three issues of the newspaper you provide free publicity to Jaime Herrera Beutler. You have an article expressing her opinion along with a decade-old … more
After reading the story regarding transgender policy in the Chehalis School District in The Chronicle’s June 17 edition, I was made starkly aware of how Washington state public education policy … more
The right wing "cancel culture" is at it again. In a recent column by John McCroskey in The Chronicle, the right wing is making "critical race theory" a major talking point. They are certainly … more
We are already halfway through the year, so here is a mid-year summary of what has been going on at the Port of Chehalis in 2021. We started the year with a bang by making the biggest property … more
In nine years as governor, Jay Inslee has signed some 2,800 pieces of legislation and vetoed about 50, so you would think by now he'd have the process down of deciding which things should become law … more
In our zeal to quickly switch from gas-powered to battery-operated vehicles and to convert our power grid to wind and solar generated electricity, the impacts of CO2 released from rivers, lakes and … more
“Early one mornin', I took me a notion To go out a-fishin' in the middle of the ocean ...” — Woody Guthrie, “Talkin’ Fishin’ Blues”   There … more
“Man Drowns Near Bellevue After Trying to Rescue a Child Who Had Fallen Off a Sailboat” was the headline posted on Chronline.com on Friday. On Wednesday, the man was trying to rescue … more
Gov. Jay Inslee needs to consult a primer on proper governance when it comes to signing bills. Repeatedly, he has exceeded his authority in line-item vetoes and been hauled into court by legislators … more
I feel pretty fortunate that the education I got in Chehalis and at Centralia College was actually pretty good. While I was in the Navy, I took some community college classes as a 19-year-old in … more
I’d be surprised if our memories of our fathers would be much alike. Take mine, for example.  In his youth, my father lived a life of near wealth, and life may have been one … more
As we end the 2020-21 school year, I want to share sincere thanks to our community, staff, families and students for creating success in challenging circumstances. A global pandemic and a double … more
Regardless of the “how to” books available to read, parenting is hard and regularly leaves you questioning yourself. I laugh when thinking about the wide variety of fatherhood movies … more
With an unclassified military report covering two decades of UFO sightings set to be presented to Congress this month, a quote from one of Hollywood's earliest (and corniest) space-invader movies … more
I am writing this letter after reading Lewis County Commissioner Sean Swope’s disgusting comment in The Chronicle. He claims that he is not getting the COVID-19 vaccine due to religious … more
My name is Jim Stafford, and I have been involved in the arts all my life. From second grade on, it has been a major part of my life. I know that many of you out there experience this same feeling or … more
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