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I completely agree with Sheryl Isaacson’s recent letter, but there is more. Gov. Jay Inslee and Attorney General Bob Ferguson enacted the illegal “sanctuary state” and … more
Now that the Centralia school levy has passed, the big question is, “Will this be a complete victory, or the beginning of the school and the unions taking over your tax dollars?” I … more
Type “Morton” and “Wikipedia” into the search bar, and you’ll see Morton Salt, Morton, Illinois, and a steakhouse before you find the hometown of Grammy award-winner … more
For generations, our region's trucking industry has been a driving force behind our economy, connecting businesses and communities along the Interstate 5 stem by ensuring the reliable delivery of … more
Our state Legislature is on a path to make history by enacting three of the six initiatives submitted by Washington voters. While that is a win for the people of our state, we can and should do … more
As a community, we stand at a critical juncture where the very essence of womanhood is being undermined and distorted under the guise of inclusivity. Recently, our local community college … more
In Lewis County, millennials and Generation Z youngsters make up only 35% of the population, whereas the Greatest Generation, Silent Majority, Baby Boomers plus Generation X make up the majority, … more
In Washington this year, we hope to again escape the historic droughts plaguing other parts of the world. The Columbia River water system flowed at normal levels in recent years, which is good for … more
I don’t recall where I read this, but a man was speaking to a crowd and said this: A bear hunter wanted a fur coat. He was hunting for a bear, and he located one. He aimed at the bear and, at … more
Earlier this year, I read an article in The Chronicle indicating we must save the Oregon spotted frog. An earlier article said we must kill 500,000 barred owls as they are not native to Washington. … more
Where to start regarding Bruce Peterson’s recent letter disparaging a writer who was critical of Trump? Mr. Peterson, your good heart has been betrayed. Mr. Trump is a liar. It’s the … more
I just turned the TV on, and the gossip show TMZ Live happens to be on. This got my feeble attention — plus an ironic past history lesson. The TMZ Live show was about an upcoming special … more
Many folks in the Lewis County area have been asking questions about the proposed PNW Hydrogen (PNWH2) Hub, and specifically the 300 MW Fortescue Electrolysis plant to be built at the former … more
I attended the presentation at Centralia College about the potential hydrogen fuel production plant at the Centralia mine site. The first thing that comes to mind was the lack of detail in the … more
I’m afraid that I am confused by people like letter writer Katherine Ford who berate President Trump as wanting to destroy this country when her choice, Joe Biden, has already done much of what … more
The First Amendment in the Bill of Rights states: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of … more
Last summer, a new overlay was installed on Jackson Highway south from Toledo south to the intersection with the freeway. To all appearances, it was a fine piece of roadwork. However, since the fall … more
When seventh- and eighth-grade boys showed up at Toledo Middle School for their first weight-lifting class last fall, they looked askance at their teacher — a woman. Little did they know … more
Even in a one-party Legislature, our voices have power — when we use them.  Last week, during a brief public hearing on a bill that would mandate LGBTQ history and … more
I don’t know which is worse: How the Legislature’s Democratic leaders are disrespecting the 800,000-plus Washingtonians who signed petitions in support of the six voter initiatives before … more
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