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The financial crisis of 2007 resulted in one of the most devastating financial events of our country’s history. Banks were loaning out money without verifying income or assets. Appraisals were … more
I have spent most of my life uninvolved in politics. I actually have intentionally avoided any thoughts in that arena. But as I have matured, I have realized that avoiding politics is to only allow … more
To the two women who showed up together at the Chehalis Safeway on Saturday, March 27:   we all agree that personal freedom is important. However, a person's freedom ends when their … more
On April 1, I will be retiring from law enforcement. I am writing to express my sincere gratitude to you: the citizens of Lewis County, partner agencies too numerous to name, and all the employees … more
Speaking as a left-leaning independent, I have noticed the fight between the left and the right is getting worse since former president Donald Trump was elected. I believe he started the battle. … more
“For the entire law is fulfilled in keeping this one command: 'Love your neighbor as yourself,'” the Apostle Paul tells us in his letter to the Galatians, echoing the two greatest … more
This morning, my family swirled and sidestepped through our little house in a highly choreographed but always improvisational get-ready-for-the-day routine. There were dogs to greet, beds to … more
Many wonder, “Why can’t we all just get along?” The following is a list of what I would call reality: God, or if you must, “The Intelligent Designer,” … more
It was March 23, 2020, that Gov. Jay Inslee first issued his “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order. For one year, Washington's governor has single-handedly ruled the citizens of the state under … more
“Attackers were as likely to be rich as poor. They are from all ethnic and racial backgrounds (though three-fourths were white). They had intact and broken families, good and bad report … more
I’m sure that if you’ve watched television in the last month or so you may be prone to ask, “What in the world has happened with television cameras?”  I thought it … more
This is in response to “Letter to the Editor: White Supremacy Close to Home?” published March 15. I don’t hate you. The color of your skin does not matter. Your race … more
Have you ever volunteered somewhere? Maybe it was a fun run, fair or at a clinic? There are many ways to serve your local community by volunteering. Health and Hope Medical Outreach provides a … more
How safe are our interlock systems that we have installed in our cars when convicted of a DUI? They're much more dangerous than talking on a cellphone, in my opinion. Suddenly you have to blow … more
Recently I heard an expert say about education, “The system is broken.” My first thought was the system may be broken, but if we throw money at it, it will still be broken. The … more
It’s heartening to see the numbers of new coronavirus cases in Lewis County plummet and the organization of mass drive-through vaccination clinics at the Southwest Washington Fairgrounds. … more
"Herrera Beutler Says $1.9 Trillion Relief Bill 'Not What SW Washington Families Want'" (The Chronicle, March 11). Oh, really? When was the last time the congresswoman was in the presence of her … more
This is the Super Bowl. We have the ball on COVID's 1-yardline and there is one minute left in the fourth quarter. We trail COVID-19 by four points. Keep wearing your mask! Don't be an idiot and … more
62,000 refugees isn't enough. I call upon Sen. Maria Cantwell, U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler and Sen. Patty Murray to take action and fulfill our national promise.  Let us throw open the … more
Norma Szabo has fond memories of a small park tucked away in a historic neighborhood between the freeway and downtown Chehalis. West Side Park isn’t the kind of glorious civic amenity that … more
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