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I’ve been a part of the Chehalis River Basin Land Trust for nearly 20 years, and I’m still learning. At the Nonprofit Leadership Conference, I participated in a workshop on … more
Why is the state contemplating building more exit entrance ramps on Interstate 5 and planning on building another bridge over the Chehalis River at the Scheuber Road when what needs to be done is … more
When a cardiologist diagnosed me with a heart blockage in early January and scheduled the procedure to fix it in early March, I had two months to consider my life and possible death. What did I need … more
It was very difficult for me to read through the commentary of Julie McDonald in the Tuesday, April 2, edition of The Chronicle. McDonald recapped her experience at the Providence Centralia Hospital … more
International Women’s Day, a global celebration of the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women, took place in March. To honor this year’s theme, “Inspire … more
The recent spate of horrendous collisions and nose-thumbing at rules should prompt some serious thinking around the laudable state and local goals of no traffic deaths in six years. It's not … more
COLDWATER LAKE, Cowlitz County — When spring weather can't make up its mind, perhaps the perfect place to take a walk in both the sun and the snow is at Mount St. Helens, which offers its own … more
In 1904, the ice cream cone was invented, the United States began construction of the Panama Canal, and a group of employers came together in Seattle to form the Citizens’ Alliance — … more
I am outraged that your paper chose to put a very large picture of the Tumwater doubles team on the article about the tennis match with Centralia. I thought the Chronicle was a hometown paper. I … more
One of the most important issues facing the Pacific Northwest concerns the Interstate 5 bridges over the Columbia River at Vancouver.   After generations of faithful service, these two parallel … more
The greatest escape story in history that you may have never heard about happened on March 24, 1944, when 76 Allied aviators escaped from a Nazi POW camp. Historians have called it “the … more
An old saying goes something like this: If a tree falls in the forest and no one hears it, does it make noise? The obvious answer is it surely does. The modern version of this is more relevant today: … more
A year ago, the day after attending a memorial service for our good friend Ed Fund, I experienced unexplained pain in my left arm, so I called the nurse line on my insurance card. She recommended I … more
Truth be told, none of these stories are true. Enjoy some early April 1 balderdash.  Adna pirates maraud down Chehalis River Not content with their namesake mascot presiding over … more
Knowing what the Legislature did and didn’t do this year with the six initiatives submitted to it by the people of Washington, I couldn’t help noticing what a big-city newspaper columnist … more
I have been reading and listening to the community, state and federal discussions regarding the development of hydrogen energy to reduce carbon emissions and move us to a green energy economy. … more
Chronicle columnist Brian Mittge’s description of Dave Reichert as “a principled conservative” apparently is intended to cleanse Mr. Reichert of any personal responsibility for the … more
It is honorable and Christian to help poor and unfortunate people. In the Bible, Jesus told the parable of the “Good Samaritan” in which the Samaritan helped the robbery victim. Notice … more
At a recent political rally in Ohio, Donald Trump fully displayed the toxic serum he has been injecting into the American "body politic" for the last nine years. Trump said, "If I don't get … more
The past week, The Chronicle had several stories I found of interest, two of them local. The stories focused on bigfoot, an underwear-masked alleged thief and a candidate for governor who … more
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