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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
I’m battling an internal struggle between my Liberal vs. ReTrumplican leanings over a recent state Supreme Court case where the justices ruled simple drug possession is no longer a felony in … more
The Skookumchuck Dam was built in 1970 to create a reservoir of water for one purpose: supplying water to the Centralia Steam Plant.  With the plant scheduled to close in 2025, the … more
Wednesday's good-news state revenue forecast says Washington has enough money to provide necessary government services critical to the pandemic recovery. The Legislature should accept this evidence … more
Editor’s Note: Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Battle Ground, last week sent a letter to the Washington State Secretary of Health Dr. Umair Shah pressing for transparency in COVID-19 … more
I get the feeling that many — if not most — of us can share that same thought.  What I’m referring to is that, with this column, I complete 13 years of writing it without … more
Treaty Indian tribes in Western Washington strongly support proposed state legislation to place a statue of the late natural resources and civil rights champion Billy Frank Jr. to replace Marcus … more
While it appears South Lewis County Regional Airport near Toledo won’t expand into a Sea-Tac 2 to serve large commercial passenger airliners, citizens opposed to the idea should generate … more
Some emotions that senior adults may be feeling during a long-term quarantine: Worried, withdrawn, tired, angry, loney, unhappy, confused, desperate and sad. They particularly suffer from lack of … more
Black History month has ended. How do you feel about that? Relieved? Did you get tired of hearing Black stuff? Is your response to police brutality stories, “just obey the law and you’ll … more
If you or someone you love is in a mental health crisis, where do you call? 911? A suicide hotline number? Where do you locate that number? These are the questions facing Washington citizens. … more
Herrera Beutler’s “no” vote on the stimulus package will not be forgiven or forgotten. Although her previous recent vote against Trump that brought her some national attention was … more
Lewis County needs third-party political candidates. We are being let down on both the right and the left. On the right, we have officials representing the furthest fringes: Morton Police Chief … more
On Saturday, I attended the COVID-19 inoculation event at the Southwest Washington Fairgrounds. It was extremely well planned and organized. I want to take this moment to thank all those working … more
When I first heard “whatever boomer” from my millennial daughter, I was a bit taken aback.  Once I settled down from my self-imposed indignation— which didn’t take … more
The Centralia School District is running a levy in the April 27 election. The proposal is a two-year levy collecting approximately $1.50 per $1000 assessed value. If approved, the levy would be … more
A few moments this week burned brightly and beautifully through the haze of our plague year. Last Saturday, I drove my wife and mother-in-law through a mostly empty Southwest Washington … more
It has been one year since students fully stepped into their classrooms. It’s time to get back to school, and not in a hybrid situation that for too many kids and parents just isn’t … more
Centralia’s China Creek project is proof of the value of the Chehalis Basin process and a model for the fish enhancement and flood protection opportunities that are before us. China Creek … more
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott stunned national public health experts when he declared the Lone Star State would be mask-optional, starting Wednesday, and that businesses could reopen at 100-percent … more
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