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While the country continues dealing with this pandemic, we can’t forget about research and medical investments into other diseases like cancer. That’s why I recently took part in a … more
We, the people, should vote no on the upcoming excess tax school levy election on Nov. 2. We have seen how kids are the enemies of teachers and their union and if the teachers don't like what they … more
I am writing to encourage you to support Hockinson School Board candidate Teresa VanNatta. Our school board needs a woman like Teresa. She is a successful Hockinson business owner (Hockinson Market), … more
La Center is a beautiful, peaceful and fun community and I am thankful for having lived here for many years. I want our city's leadership to make informed, rational decisions that will protect our … more
It is unfortunate that The Reflector’s staff has not read The Reflector’s motto on the front page: “The Newspaper with Integrity Since 1909.”  In a hit piece against … more
I was pondering recently on the tragic events that happened 20 years ago. I thought to myself, I would never want another 9/11, but I do miss the America of 9/12. This is when stores ran out of flags … more
This has been an historically stressful time for school boards dealing with COVID and other issues.  Tammy Graham has been a solid, grounded team member of the Woodland School Board and a … more
A low profile Interstate 5 draw bridge would be more visually appealing for Vancouver waterfront businesses and restaurants than a tall double deck bridge as proposed by the IBR Program. This year, … more
We must do more to strengthen our power grid against an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) event. Such an event can result from an attack by terrorists or by another country (e.g. China may already have the … more
Josh VanGelder and Tricia Davis (candidates for Battle Ground city council) have a point, promoting a city ordinance to prevent outside health care mandates on the basis of personal … more
I am writing in opposition to any Medical Freedom ordinance being adopted by the council. Any such proposal is likely to violate state law and open the city and each councilor to lawsuits and … more
It is time for Heidi St. John to concede. Joe Kent has already been a relentless soldier of a candidate for Congress, holding countless meetings and town halls to listen to constituents, and … more
Do you know that abortion is the leading cause of death in the U.S.? Our media focuses intensely and understandably on the victims of storms, military tragedies and alleged crimes. However, since … more
I am angry. A good friend is isolated in the ICU with COVID.  Some friends and so-called media and internet “experts” convinced him that COVID was no more dangerous than the flu; … more
We were recently asked to sign a letter taking a stand against what we believe are fundamental, God-given rights. While we agree that it is best to conduct ourselves in a respectful, lawful manner, … more
I would like to comment on the recent “rally” that was held in my neighborhood of Whispering Pines by the far right political faction on Sept. 19. I was completely shocked and unaware of … more
I write in response to John McCroskey’s Sept. 1 commentary (“Thoughts on mandatory vaccines and illegal border crossings”) and about Woodland City Council’s opposition to mask … more
This isn’t a comfortable conversation for me and I know that it’s definitely not comfortable for many others. But you should all know that I, as a Black mom, feel lucky to be living here. … more
Recently, I made a personal decision with my family that I would eliminate Facebook. In the process I also eliminated all other forms of social media, excluding Twitter which I barely use. I am … more
After several years of living in Battle Ground, I feel compelled to share a widespread neighborhood issue that requires attention. It involves people with dogs and cats who do not obey our … more
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