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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
I write this letter filled with gratitude. On behalf of the Centralia School District, we extend our sincere appreciation to the voters of our community for their support in the recent levy election. … more
Thank you, Centralia! On behalf of the students of Centralia School District: thank you for your support. The levy dollars will support our students to continue their personal and academic … more
When people complain about the cost of government programs, they usually ignore the cost of doing nothing. According to Exxon, Americans in the future will decide it is necessary to retrieve the … more
Several times recently, I’ve read in The Chronicle about how our country was built with immigrants, as if that makes it OK to let hundreds, sometimes thousands, of “undocumented” … more
Dear Chronicle Editorial Board, To my wife, Teresa, and to my surprise, in the Feb. 8 issue of your great newspaper we read your views about my work and Rotary’s great service work. I … more
Lewis County residents, do not be fooled by Lewis County PUD’s announcement that they will be going house to house to “upgrade” our analog meters via “Meter Refresh.” … more
Kudos to Katherine Ford for her Feb. 12 letter to the editor addressing gaslighting. In this supercharged political season, spotting gaslighting, telling falsehoods or half-truths over and over … more
Marie Gluesenkamp Perez is not a moderate, but she’s telling everyone she is.  It’s been about a year and look at how she’s voted. Judge for yourself starting in 2023. … more
I read in the The Chronicle newspaper Dec. 30, 2023, that the Washington state attorney general ordered a phone company to pay $825,000 to customers over illegal pandemic disconnections. My … more
Kudos to Marty Ansley, whose articulate and well-organized letter in last week’s paper is exactly the kind of political discourse we need. I am so tired of the Trump supporters with their … more
On New Year’s Day this year, there was a story about immigration from Sudan published in The Chronicle. Within the story was this paragraph: “(Lewis County Commissioner Scott) … more
I am writing this to humbly ask your readers to vote yes on the upcoming levy for the Centralia School District. As an elementary teacher in the district for the past 10 years, and as co-president of … more
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