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With COVID-19 vaccines widely dispensed and masking requirements mostly lifted, will “work from home” end? Will workers return to downtown offices at pre-pandemic levels? Probably … more
For two years, many of us hunkered down and kept socializing to small family groups because of the COVID-19 pandemic that threatened the health and lives of people worldwide. Sunday marked a … more
The Centralia School District is making continual growth and improvement. We are focused on our three priorities for the school year: - A positive culture in every classroom, school and across our … more
Speculation is rampant that if Vladimir Putin prevails in his shabby war with Ukraine, his next targets will be the small Baltic states of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.  Like Ukraine, these … more
To the good people of Lewis County: This is a letter to the mayor of Tenino who mistakenly thinks that he has a good plan for dealing with bio-solids/bio-sludge — human waste that has been … more
Marie Gluesenkamp Perez has entered the race to represent the 3rd Congressional District. As an auto mechanic shop owner, and mother of young children, she has the tools to make sure the nation is … more
This letter is a response to a recent letter from Bruce Peterson that was critical of electric vehicles.  “The environmentalists’ push to kill coal-powered electricity and nuclear … more
From the notice of public hearing posted by City of Winlock: “A large parcel of land” in the interest of transparency should have read, “77ac parcel, 015652000000, located at the … more
I read the article on the Lower Snake River dams published on chronline.com. The author said there is growing support to “tear them out.”  It is fairly humorous since what I … more
I have never met Tenino Mayor Wayne Fournier and mean no disrespect, but I would like to urge more caution and research before he commits the city of Tenino to mixing septage and sewage sludge to … more
We all have a chance to make our mark in the world, and all of them are important. Some of us not only leave a major mark, but create something that lasts and grows. And some of us even inspire … more
Looking back at the 2022 state legislative session, it’s hard not to be disappointed at the missed opportunities. Yes, lawmakers accomplished some things that are good for the economy, like … more
Before we get into the main part of this column, I have a confession of sorts, and maybe it’ll sound familiar to some of you.  I always keep a notepad beside my bed because if I have an … more
In the TV series “Dragnet,” Sergeant Joe Friday had two phrases about facts: “All we want to know are the facts” and “All we know are the facts.” Joe Friday … more
The March 21 commentary published on chronline.com concerning the high price of electric vehicles (EVs) ignored the elephant in the room, as have most of the “greenies” pushing for EVs. … more
I am a resident of Washington state’s 3rd Congressional District. This is a critical voting year for our district and our state. Brent Hennrich is the Democrat running to replace Jaime … more
We’ve all seen “help wanted” signs on reader boards and in store and restaurant windows. Some fast food restaurants that closed dining rooms during the pandemic never reopened … more
Longtime readers of this column might have noticed that I seem to have a fondness for colorful characters, especially those who run for public office. It’s true. I’m fascinated by … more
This week, the Centralia City Council took a big step forward to support a multi-phase facility for the children of our community by pledging $2.1 million for the United Learning Center’s first … more
When spring rolls around, it’s time to celebrate Washington’s most successful education program — Running Start. Running Start orientations began this month at Centralia College … more
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