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Having had the pleasure of being born and raised in Chehalis, I have had my share of seeing the challenges that our community has been able to face and overcome. They range from the need of … more
While I understand Chronicle columnist John McCroskey’s points, and respect his right to them, I feel like he is missing a couple key points about students and social changes. Mr. … more
I wanted to reply to Chronicle columnist John McCroskey’s opinion piece about college students published last week. It is easy to scapegoat someone who gets a “soft skills” … more
Donald Trump has asserted that as president he should have the authority to order Navy Seal Team 6 to assassinate his political rivals with immunity from prosecution, claiming that a president must … more
Letter writer Joseph Tipler of Centralia is evidently outraged that the people have not embraced the establishment candidate Dave Reichert as the Republican nominee, but have chosen Semi Bird as the … more
I missed perhaps a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to view the Northern Lights from my backyard on Friday night, but I certainly enjoyed seeing all the gorgeous photos posted online. My friend … more
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, so let's talk about this important topic. We all know problems in our lives can cause anxiety. Those problems can be relationship issues, pressure at work … more
Watching the past few weeks on college campuses has really been inspiring.  Seeing so many young adults acting like tantrum-throwing children just makes you proud, doesn’t it? And our … more
With candidate filing week now behind us, the 2024 election season is in full swing. Democrat leaders in our state are no doubt looking ahead to the August primary and November general election … more
As reported in The Chronicle, the recent Republican convention in Spokane, intended to burnish and unify the party, was discordant and futile. Washington state GOP Chairman Jim Walsh denied this … more
Chronicle columnist Julie McDonald has swallowed every lie told about President Trump by the media. Many of us haven’t. As strongly as she believes Jan. 6 was an insurrection, I believe it … more
U.S. troops remain in peril in the Middle East, sitting ducks for the next attack The horror of war is something most of us cannot imagine. You can watch documentaries and read stories. But … more
Nothing pleased me more than this recent Chronicle headline: “United Learning Center Construction set in Centralia.” Why? Because I am asked weekly, “when will the museum … more
I have been closely following local disagreements surrounding the Port of Centralia, its citizen critics as well as the concerns of impersonators using the port’s name and image for their … more
In the past month, National Public Radio has focused on TransAlta and Centralia as an example of the right way to phase out a coal-fired power plant, the last such plant in Washington state. A … more
Blocking a bad piece of legislation can often be as important as passing a good bill. That’s why Republican senators took a moment to cheer a few months ago when, in the face of intense … more
Editor’s note: Republican Leslie Lewallen is a candidate for Congress in the Third Congressional District. The Chronicle has previously published commentaries from incumbent Rep. Marie … more
Chronicle columnist Julie McDonald is upset that one of her favorite people has lost favor with the Republican Party. Former congresswoman Jaime Herrera-Beutler, who voted to impeach President … more
This letter is responding to The News Tribune story published at chronline.com April 24 titled “Study: Washington ranked among the most dangerous states in the country.” It was … more
This is a deal that doesn’t come along very often: you can buy your very own pioneer cemetery in the heart of Centralia’s Fords Prairie, and it could cost you as little as $2,000 plus … more
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