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Mr. Stephen Brees’ statement was good but incomplete, as were the other rebuttals to my first letter that was printed on Sept. 25 in the Reflector. “Tom Nelson restates his assertion … more
I live in Battle Ground, and I received a courtesy letter from the City of Battle Ground in regard to Municipal Code violations. The complaint was “single family residence has nine cars … more
As we prepare for the upcoming holidays, we must be grateful for what we have and focus on our needs rather than fixate on what we want and crave. Being thankful starts with an appreciation of why … more
Having received the district report card, I would like to say kudos to the Battle Ground School District for another fine year. As proof of the results, I see that the captains of industry from … more
I, Adam Shetler PCO of 631, fully support Joe Kent over Leslie Lewallen because it’s nothing about Leslie, but it’s not right time for her to run for Congress but the Lord set up Joe Kent … more
Antisemitism infects a large number of college students today. Either naively or on purpose, they side with Hamas terrorists at anti-Israel protests. The disease has crossed over to high-schoolers … more
As a community, we cannot overlook the alarming mishandling of the Green Hill School situation by Washington Gov. Jay Inslee. It’s time to shed more light on the troubling incidents at … more
In January, a new law took effect in Washington requiring employers with more than 15 employees to include wage and benefit information in new job postings. It’s intended to use pay … more
Dear Reflector readers, I am writing this email to voice my support for CTRAN’S expansion of its rapid transit bus line known as “The Vine on Fourth Plain.” For those who are … more
Credible evidence exists to show that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu covertly supported Hamas for years to foster divisions between Palestians in the Gaza Strip, controlled by Hamas, and … more
Once Senate Bill 5517 was approved, it paved the way for the Chelatchie Prairie railroad to be reengaged, and a lease was signed by the county and the newly created Portland Vancouver   Junction … more
I recently saw a very disgusting political sticker on the side window of an orange, very square, small SUV in Clark County. The letters “STD” were large and prominent. It took me a … more
I recently learned that the old saying, “it’s too good to be true” doesn’t account for something important: scams don’t go through the intelligent, thinking part of your … more
As a concerned citizen of Washington’s 3rd Congressional District, I am writing to express my strong support for Congresswoman Marie Gluesenkamp Perez and her stand for the middle and lower … more
In the recent letter “Vote for America, not political parties,” Kai seems to actually identify with a party: the Democrat Party, while accusing the Republican Party of the very issues … more
Tom Nelson restates his assertion that President Donald Trump on January 6 encouraged the protesters to “peacefully and respectfully walk to the Capitol.” He is absolutely correct. … more
First of all, thank you Reflector editorial staff for allowing the continuance of this discussion. Mr. Nelson: Thank you for the detailed rejoinder. I read it very carefully. I think that our … more
President Biden’s $65 billion infrastructure bill contains $8 billion for regional hubs to develop ways to produce and distribute hydrogen fuel. One is planned for the Pacific Northwest and … more
The Ridgefield school board has a long history of being very passive. Members have seen their job as rubber-stamping the items the superintendent offers to them. This creates a situation where the … more
La Center has a chance to elect a dynamo to its City Council. Myrna Leija is a no-nonsense, get-it-done fireball with a heart of gold. With an education in criminal justice and work with the … more
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