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Editor, Darrell Anderson is incorrect when he states that separation of church and state was established by Jefferson. During Jefferson’s presidency, every official event was marked by … more
Editor, I encourage people to vote for Sherry Erickson for Clark Public Utilities District commissioner. As a builder and local businessperson for the past 61 years, I have seen the benefits our … more
Editor, John Ley is an intuitive man, a man of purpose. He serves people with integrity and compassion. John was a journalist for a local news outlet. He’s a retired pilot, a fierce man of … more
Editor, I support Sherry Erickson for Clark Public Utilities District commissioner. Sherry is very well qualified to represent the customers of Clark Public Utilities. As a commissioner for … more
Editor, In his June 26 letter (Separation of church and state not a lie), Darrell Anderson defends a notion that is not found in our Constitution. The First Amendment specifically states: … more
Editor, I don’t have a problem with the Ten Commandments. I have a problem with the first three. The first three commandments expect me to worship this one god, and at least one day out of … more
Editor, I understand that in today’s political climate it is normal to use partisan political bias and that bashing the opposition in power is the right of the party not in power. However, … more
Editor, I read about Larch closing and am concerned about my fire district’s ability to respond in case of wildland fires. There was a big one a few years ago and more are coming. I live … more
Editor, Well, the Fourth of July has come and gone. Here is my assessment. The guys who like to explode things started early. It started in earnest on Saturday, June 28, with explosions … more
Editor, The City of La Center is set to move forward with the Vineyard Vista subdivision. They plan to build 85 new homes on a 30-acre hilltop property. Homeowners have voiced concerns about (1) … more
Editor, I am a registered Republican who supports Marie Glusenkamp Perez (MGP), a Democrat. Here are the reasons why. She has lived her values. For example, she and her husband, Dean, … more
Washington voters will be asked this fall how much salmon recovery is worth. How committed are they to supporting programs that reduce carbon pollution and help communities withstand the … more
Editor, To Democrats, liberals, Republicans, conservatives, please hear me. Not since the stroke-addled Woodrow Wilson more than a century ago have we had a president this cognitively disabled. … more
Editor, Let’s hear it for integrity. Recently, many of us saw the presidential debate. We were presented with an opportunity to see each of the contenders for our nation’s highest … more
Editor, I would like to commend the three Battle Ground City Council members who courageously blocked Mayor Troy McCoy’s outrageous “Gay Pride Proclamation” and the many … more
While wind and solar farms generate greenhouse gas-free electricity, there are ongoing concerns over their impacts on our environment, especially as a rapidly growing number of worn-out blades and … more
Editor, Sherry Erickson is the ideal candidate for Clark Public Utilities commissioner. She is renowned for her talent, integrity and dedication. With a deep understanding of our public … more
Editor, Recently, there was an editorial about elections. The point raised was that there was less voter turnout, and so we need more oversight, including more monitoring at the polling boxes … more
A dozen years ago, the state Supreme Court declared our state’s approach to funding K-12 education had failed. Some legislators wanted to respond to the historic ruling in McCleary v. … more
Editor, In our country, all people can express their religious beliefs in their own way. The First Amendment in the U.S. Constitution established five freedoms that all Americans have, the … more
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