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There is no denying that onerous voter ID laws have resulted in systemic voter suppression. Either that or lax voter ID laws have resulted in widespread election fraud. Getting vaccinated for … more
The so-called leaders of the Republican Party at every level from our own county council to those in Washington D.C. have sold their souls and keep selling out the American people to a snake-oil … more
Woodland is on the cusp of getting approval for an 86 lot, non-compatible use transient trailer park to be placed directly in Woodland’s C-2 business district on Belmont Loop. The developer … more
A trailer park on Belmont Loop? What a lousy plan! With all the fields available in Woodland, why drop a 3-acre trailer park in the middle of a dozen neighborhood shops? It is so incompatible with … more
During this past Memorial Day all Ace Hardware stores were giving American Flags to  anyone who asked for one. Thank you Ace Hardware for giving back to the community, and reminding us what … more
There’s a long list of what is causing salmon problems, including denial. Science lollygagging is the issue. Mismanagement has decimated salmon life, stole every part of what works, locked it … more
My neighbor and I met over our driveways a couple of days ago retrieving our Columbians. “Good news and bad,” she said, pointing to a headline. “Bad because of this, and good … more
I experienced a medical emergency late at night on June 3. My wife called 911.  The first responders were two EMTs (Mel and Dustin, I believe) from Clark County Fire District No 3. We were … more
The 20th Legislative District Democrats voted to endorse Initiative 1362 (I-1362). Did you know in 1912, Washington became one of the first states to adopt the initiative and referendum process? … more
Is my corner of the world the best place to live? Definitely. The best place to be is with family and friends. When we surround ourselves with kind, beautiful people in give-and-take relationships, … more
I have attended three town hall events and have listened intently to two of the three serious candidates running against our present U.S. representative in the 3rd district. Joe is by far the best … more
In the April 21 edition, a letter writer wrote “support for the wealth tax” regarding a Washington legislative proposal to impose a 1 percent “wealth tax” on “billionaires.”Aside from the … more
Two questions for those who say, “God will protect me from the coronavirus, so I do not need a mask or the vaccine.” No. 1: Why do you own a gun? No. 2: Why do you buckle your seatbelt when … more
Clark County is growing. Our community needs to improve decision-making skills. In this letter to the editor, I’m asking local news outlets to become super-intelligence gatherers and I’m asking … more
Different information and opinions have been swirling throughout the internet regarding the safety of getting the COVID-19 vaccine. One side of the political spectrum supports it, while the other has … more
Now that the dust has settled on the historic 2021 virtual legislative session, I wanted to take just a moment to reflect on the role TVW, Washington’s Public Affairs Network, played in connecting … more
Online learning is causing problems within the school system. How do I know this? Because I am in school at Battle Ground High School and I can see the students, including me, failing and falling … more
Thursday, May 6, is the annual National Day of Prayer. First, we need to thank God, our creator, the many blessings He has given us, the greatest of which is eternal life in heaven, if we repent of … more
While eating dinner and chatting with her friend and kids, my wife saved the life of another woman. According to her when she returned home, my wife Bella Roushall was eating and chatting with her … more
I wish to thank The Reflector for printing most letters to the editor. Especially Marjorie Casswell’s letter of last week. Her letter is revealing of her obvious hatred for men, white men and old, … more
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