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Coralee and I purchased The Chronicle three years ago for two main reasons: we thought that with hard work, we could turn it into a profitable business, and because a local paper is critical to keep … more
When I read about the primarily masked white supremacists heckling people at the LGBTQ+ Pride event in Centralia last month, it sparked memories of a newsletter I received years ago. I’m a … more
After taking time to contemplate and have discussions as a group rooted in Christianity, we feel compelled to respond to the letter to the editor published June 9 and written by Andrew Fix regarding … more
The Gays Against Groomers Washington State Chapter proudly partners with various groups in the fight to protect children from indoctrination, sexualization, medicalization and permanent mutilating … more
Regarding a recent series of articles published in The Chronicle, I would like to thank Commissioner Lindsey Pollock for having the courage to speak strongly and truthfully to the leadership of her … more
Remember after the last presidential election, when even here in blue Washington state, scores of Republicans and other voters sued contending that the election had been stolen? The lawsuits, … more
ABOVE THE GULF OF MEXICO — There's an old journalistic truism that no one wants to read a story about your big trip or vacation. As important as it might have been to you, folks back home just … more
Nine middle school students stood on a stage and listened as Washington Secretary of State Steve Hobbs asked them a series of questions about the inner workings of our system of government.   … more
This column was first printed in The Chronicle in July 2009, and it began with this line: “The other day (all right, so it will be ‘the other week’ by the time you read this), I had … more
The real impact of higher gas prices is not only felt at the pump. The real impact of higher gas prices is felt at the kitchen table. It is kitchen table issues such as the cost of food, utilities … more
"The oil and gas industry projections around any of this are halfway between hogwash and baloney." This was Gov. Jay Inslee, last winter, talking about the prospect that the state's new climate … more
Ted Kaczynski died by suicide on June 10.   Some may remember him, some may not. I am fascinated by what makes people like Kaczynski turn to killing other human beings. Was he abused as a … more
Reflecting on the state of discourse in our society, I am reminded of the invaluable virtue of engaging in conversations that challenge our perspectives.   In an era where opinions often … more
This letter is in regards to Chronicle columnist Bill Moeller's most recent column focused on the Pearl Street Pool in Centralia.   Years ago, from 1957 to 1964, six days a week, I passed … more
The battle of Pine Street Plaza in Centralia was like a tree falling in the woods and no one was there to hear it.   On one side there were 15 “alleged” neo-Nazis wearing their … more
OMOA, Honduras — Twenty-five years ago, in 1998, a young Centralia pastor and his wife began a lifelong journey to serve orphaned and abandoned children in Central America.   After … more
I’m not certain what the point of Dennis Shain’s most recent letter to the editor was. Is he suggesting that we ignore the law? Or are we being too lenient? Too tough? My head spins … more
Recently, U.S. Rep. Marie Gluesenkamp Perez made headlines about her failure to pay her LLC’s property taxes. Marie’s statement about her LLC’s unpaid property taxes has her quoted … more
While I am not surprised by the recent local news about Washington Rep.   Marie Gluesenkamp Perez’s failure to pay property taxes on her Northeast Portland auto repair shop, it gives a … more
The City of Centralia is filling in the Veterans’ Memorial Pearl Street Pool. This is a sad end to a 70-year era for the community. The campaign to get the city to reopen the pool kept the … more
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