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On Tuesday down in Olympia, in a hearing about the crime surge that swamped America during the pandemic, the committee chairman said he had one big question. "I want to frame this around what … more
After a long run of strong spending, there are signs that consumers are beginning to slow down the pace of purchasing just a bit.   U.S. retail sales fell 0.1% in October, the first decline … more
Given the deep concerns I personally experienced earlier this year when watching local police stand back as a group of self-professed neo-Nazi agitators attempted to incite a riot at local Pride … more
Has Richard DeBolt’s Economic Alliance of Lewis County placed a “for sale cheap” sign on Lewis County and its tax and electric ratepayers? DeBolt’s Alliance supports … more
Recent development activities along the banks of the Newaukum River near Interstate 5 are near a beautiful river, and an important one being a prone corridor for fish, salmon and land-based wildlife. … more
The dictionary describes evolution as the theory that all existing organisms developed from earlier forms by natural selection. In another word, Darwinism.   There is no suggestion as to … more
Thirteen-year-old Bill Murdock’s district sales manager called on a Sunday in early December. The Oregon Journal printed a special edition for him to sell on the streets of Astoria that blared … more
You know what makes the most wonderful time of the year even better? Getting out and getting together as you give back to our community.  There are a lot of ways to do that in the weeks … more
In pursuit of more growth and profit at any cost, Napavine officials and developers have committed an irreversible disservice to their own community.   Having only recently approved the … more
Oct. 7 should have been an open-and-shut case of moral condemnation. During peace and holiday, invading Hamas gunmen murdered, tortured, mass raped, decapitated and mutilated some 1,200 … more
I read the article about the death of Patricia Griggs. It's been over a month since her death, and the investigator says the case is still open.   It seems odd that the investigator still … more
In a recent letter to the editor, it was suggested that The Chronicle may want to look into the seemingly exorbitant increases in property tax values for Lewis County. We live in Centralia, and our … more
Is our justice system broken? Specifically, in the prosecutor’s office. Over a year ago, a Portland man and his dog were shot and killed while hiking down a trail in Lewis County. This … more
It was with great sadness that I read Alan Mahood’s diatribe against President Trump.   Once again, a liberal is spewing stories about him without personal knowledge of Trump’s … more
This is in response to Alan Mahood’s letter to the editor on Tuesday. Well spoken. Thank you, Mr. Mahood. I agree that Congress and the media continue to fawn at the feet of a dangerous … more
As the 50th anniversary of the Boldt decision nears, the Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission has room to improve as co-managers with treaty tribes. Judge Boldt’s 1974 ruling in U.S. v. … more
Can you say “rude,” “derogatory,” “belittling,” “insulting?”   Well, I’m saying all that and more. No, not the news, but rather a … more
Several weeks ago, we received our Lewis County Assessor’s Office “real property change notice.” I’ve spent these weeks asking the question, “why?” My wife … more
I will be the first to admit I did not watch the speech or access the text of the speech online. So I am taking my information from sources I trust that did, in fact, observe the speech, either in … more
Of the four presidents honored on Mount Rushmore in the world’s largest sculpture, Theodore Roosevelt must be ranked as the most vigorous and multi-faceted. Like George Washington, … more
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