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A pandemic is no time to raise taxes.  While Republicans in the state Legislature would respond to such a statement with an affirmative nod, their colleagues across the aisle will face pressure … more
In reply to the joint letter from former Tenino Mayors Mike Brown and Jean Petit.The state of Washington, along with most other states, passed what we know as “sunshine” laws in order to make the … more
Thank you to all of the people involved in the Borst Park Drive-Thru Light Display for a very successful year of bringing light and holiday cheer for families and visitors, near and far. The first … more
The dawning of a new year is traditionally a time for personal resolutions, and the first week of 2021 feels like a time when our whole nation needs to take a deep breath and decide which way it … more
January is School Board Recognition Month. It’s a great time to recognize our elected community members who selflessly give their time and energy in support of high-quality public schooling for our … more
Congratulations to the Taylors for their new ownership of The Chronicle. I look forward to working with you and The Chronicle staff to serve our community.I appreciate your opinion article, “Braun … more
Thank you to Eric Trent and The Chronicle for the article on Satchel Paige and Bucoda baseball. I am longing for the day to hear the crack of the bat in Borst Park again. The article triggered a … more
As usual the first column of a new year brings up the changes in how much of our nation’s debt you’re responsible for your portion — as well as your family’s — and by how much it’s … more
From his early days in the state Legislature until his retirement last year as a leading, veteran Republican lawmaker, Richard DeBolt performed admirably for the residents of the 20th Legislative … more
Editor's Note: Read a story about Denny Waller's return to The Chronicle here:    There are good reasons for a person to come out of a comfortable retirement – even if only in a temporary, … more
If there’s one area surrounding the pandemic where consensus has begun to grow, it’s that our children need to be back in school. Teachers and administrators have performed admirably these last … more
2020 has been a hellish year for everyone. That's certainly true for Washington's Employment Security Department. But it's even more true for Washingtonians whose jobs have been lost or cut back due … more
It might be the understatement of the decade, or even more, to say 2020 didn’t turn out quite like anyone expected. We here at The Chronicle are glad it’s coming to an end, and are looking toward … more
“It’s tough to make predictions, especially about the future.”Yogi BerraIt’s fair to say that nobody saw 2020 coming. But now that crazy year is finally in the rear-view mirror (and we can … more
The new year will bring the end of single-use plastic bags by retailers, and even though their elimination has been delayed, a good New Year’s resolution for Clark County residents is to get in the … more
I am outraged at this illegal spreading of COVID-19 and blatant denial of common sense restrictions put on everyone. You are not above the law and are an insult to the rest of citizens and … more
Well, we’re saying goodbye to another year tonight and I don’t think there are many of us who are saddened by its demise. I’m sure there is hardly a family that hasn’t been affected by the … more
Washington’s Employment Security Department is, without question, the most overwhelmed and underperforming arm of government during a nine-month pandemic shutdown with no clear end in sight.For … more
The expected extension of federal pandemic unemployment assistance is good news for the nearly 459,000 Washington workers receiving unemployment benefits.Upon its final approval, the state Employment … more
Let me get this straight.Spiffy's is getting fined daily for being open while tribal restaurants throughout the state, including those just 25 minutes up the road, are open?Is it any wonder why … more
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