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Fourteen years ago this month I decided it was time for a career change. I’d been working for a large health care company in Portland and I wanted to work in Battle Ground, the community I lived in. Plus, I hated the commute. Lucky for me, The Reflector was looking for a part-time employee a…

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In our April 11 publication, I wrote about the survey the city of Battle Ground is conducting, and how I enjoy fireworks. We’ve been getting letters to the editor addressing the topic,  which we are of course happy to receive. However, it’s been brought to my attention that there are a few f…

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A long time reader and newly acquired friend asked me a question through email and I did my best to respond. The question was,  “Just curious, how does one “combat” rapid growth?” Here was my reply:

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A 22 year old said to me last week, “Oh, you work at a newspaper, I didn’t know people read them anymore, I just get my news through social media.” The next thing out of her mouth was “Why do we even need the news, it’s so depressing.”

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The Washington Newspaper Publishers Association, of which The Reflector is a member, along with The Associated Press and other news organizations, has filed a lawsuit against the Legislature for public records access. 

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In this week’s paper Reflector reporter Jonathan Haukaas covered a story about the protesters that have been targeting local high schools, shouting their messages at the students and verbally attacking some.