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Clark County is now selecting talent to make our country great again and we need your vote. At 8 p.m. on Nov. 8 is the closing of the polls. Don’t miss the chance to join our nation’s … more
I have been a member of a task force that has been working toward getting a pool and exercise facility in Battle Ground for 10 years. Back then, we had a spate of teen suicides and a group that met … more
Does anyone even consider that a balanced budget is good for the dollar anymore? The White House’s $10,000 of student loan forgiveness for people making up to $125,000 could help some people … more
Well there you go, the past trying to repeat itself. I am referring to Mr. Don Benton running again for a political office. I wonder how many remember his previous apathetic approaches to politics? … more
It is interesting to me how quick we are to lay the blame for an economic crisis, gas or otherwise, at the feet of the current administration, whatever or whoever they be. It is as if the economic … more
How many times have we heard “but it’s for the children?” This phrase is usually uttered by parents and community members when trying to pass a levy or bond issue. Well, this time … more
As a parent of children in the Ridgefield School District I am writing in support of getting our children back in the classroom. I love and support our teachers but do not support the harm the … more
President Joe Biden announced recently that he would cancel $10,000 in student loan debt for Americans earning less than $125,000 per year or households earning less than $250,000. The White House … more
I believe that now more than ever, everyone needs access to fast, reliable internet, regardless of their zip code and regardless of their income. Despite their best efforts to notify people, few seem … more
As a loyal American who appreciates good government, it was shocking to hear President Joe Biden verbally slap half of our citizens who disagree with his philosophy. His use of demeaning scare … more
In the recent primary election for the District 5 Clark County Council seat, Sue Marshall’s final vote was 10,012 while Don Benton received 9,546. In a recent edition of The Reflector, Don ran … more
The Aug. 17 edition of The Reflector had two ads from Don Benton with “We Won” in big letters. It looks like Benton is misleading voters about his second place finish. Remind you of any … more
Thank you for covering the city council meeting related to the proposed YMCA partnership with the city of Battle Ground.  I listened to the council meeting and felt your article reflected a very … more
Following a recent charter amendment that changed the county councilor position from partisan to nonpartisan, it is imperative that voters are informed and vote for a candidate that aligns with their … more
I always read the opinion pages and am interested in what is written. They’re mostly partisans who believe their party is best, the other is bad, and that their party has the only solutions to … more
We stand at a hugely consequential moment for our iconic salmon species. What we choose now determines the fate of these magnificent fish, who swim 900 miles to the ocean, and 900 back uphill to … more
Don’t let the overalls and John Deere hat fool you.  Sue Marshall previously served on the Board of Directors for Friends of Clark County, the only organization in the county that … more
If you believe in the rule of law, the constitution, integrity, truth and justice you have to be upset and angry about the “big lie” and the actions of Donald Trump. Trump has trampled on … more
As we all now know, Joe Kent, who depending on whom you believe, was a Kate Brown voting Democrat or is a Trump supporting extremist. Sadly, I think it’s the latter and now he’s possibly … more
According to the Washington State Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, “All students have a right to meaningfully participate in the general education setting, both academically and … more
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