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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
In January 2010, Fay Ternan began volunteering to help local homeless people at the invitation of Lee Day, one of the Lewis County Gospel Mission’s founders.On Thursday, Ternan will retire from her … more
In response to Kate Allison, I used to wish for the easier Sudoku puzzles, but over time I learned how to solve them all. I now average probably 80 percent of them successfully. So, hang in there … more
In response to recent comments by David Fenn, Dr. John Henricksen and others supporting a flood prevention facility on the upper West Fork of the Chehalis River, please count me in as a strong … more
Tonight while walking my dog, I was approached by a large, loose, aggressive dog, with no owner in sight. This is not the first time my dog and I have been approached in a confrontational way by a … more
On April 14, 2020, during a meeting, the Tenino City Council agreed to pay $23,000 to the Washington Municipal Clerks Association for expenses. Tenino Clerk Treasurer John Millard stated that the … more
Timberland Regional Library board members and administration have expressed their perspectives of the explosive letter to the editor by a former TRL trustee regarding salary increases. I’ve read … more
“Don’t waste a crisis.”— Myron F. Weiner, 1976 Every December, I pull together stories of the past year for a family newsletter that I send out as a Christmas card. It’s a fun tradition to … more
In stressful times like now, it’s a great escape to reflect on holiday celebrations from the past.   For the Moeller family, a Christmas tree was always a necessity and it had to be one that was … more
Christmas is an especially difficult time for anyone grieving for lost loved ones. Try adding a crippling killer virus into that mix.That is the tragic reality of 2020.Even though the traditional … more
On behalf of the entire Centralia School District, Happy Holidays! As a district, we are looking forward to the coming year and have great hope for what we will accomplish for our students. Working … more
Regarding The Chronicle’s coverage of last Saturday’s rally in Mossyrock, you should be ashamed of yourselves.Joey Gibson is a notorious right wing extremist who is currently facing a felony riot … more
While walking along Howe Road outside Toledo in early October, Linda Kann and I found a friend — a little gray kitten trailed behind us and then dodged beneath the torso of Linda’s Australian … more
During this time when we have to stay home so much, I am especially grateful that The Chronicle publishes the crossword and sudoku puzzles. However, I wonder if the sudokus that have more than one … more
This past weekend my friend had a very difficult task to do. We were searching your area for his mother. He had received a text that she had passed away. He hasn’t been in contact with her for … more
The most popular Christmas flower, a native to Central America in the form of a 10 to 15 foot perennial shrub, was introduced to the U.S. by Joel Roberts Poinsett, a botanist, physician, and the … more
Is the Bill of Rights selfish?  If you answered “yes,” then you just flunked civics class.He writes that he wants maskless people to die. What?  And this paper published his totalitarian … more
I hate wearing a mask. A mask makes my face itch. A mask makes my nose run down into my mouth. A mask makes my glasses fog. Halfway across the store parking lot I remember that I forgot to grab my … more
My husband and I were very pleased to see that Jaime Herrera Beutler did not join 126 of her House Republican colleagues to sign onto a brief in support of the Texas lawsuit (which was also joined by … more
“I’ll stay home for Christmas, you can count on me...”— Bing Crosby, if he were singing in 2020, perhaps Yep, the famous song lyric needs to change just a little this Christmas. Too many of … more
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