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When Ryan Cowl, the principal at Battle Ground’s CAM Academy, received his first $500 Battle Ground Education Foundation (BGEF) Principals’ Grant a year ago, he knew just what to do with … more
I write in support of the most extraordinary and gifted policeman I have had the honor to meet, Rey Reynolds. He has risked all to protect others for decades, yet we’ve seen him weep while … more
Republicans and Democrats in the Legislature agree our state needs more places for people to live. A lot more. It doesn’t matter much whether they’re single-family homes or structures … more
One of the biggest challenges facing Washington employers today continues to be a lack of qualified workers. Even with rising inflation and growing concern about a potential recession, workforce … more
TC Energy is proposing to increase the amount of methane through its GTN (Gas Transmission Northwest) Pipeline which carries Canadian fracked methane to Washington, Oregon and … more
Black History Month is an annual observance and celebration of achievements by African Americans and a time for recognizing their significant role in U.S. history. While there is much to celebrate, … more
As first stewards on the front lines of climate change, treaty tribes have been sounding the alarm for more than a decade about low oxygen levels in the ocean and the Salish Sea. My mentor, former … more
After watching 15 votes to elect Kevin McCarthy as House Speaker, with near fights and obscenities flying, the “clown car” crashed. Apparently, Jan. 6 is the date the Republicans … more
My question concerning the Interstate Bridge Replacement Program: Why haven’t all possible transit alternatives been reviewed by the IBR staff? Just one mile away from the I-5 Bridge, railroad … more
In a 1951 science fiction film, and subsequent 2008 remake, Klaatu comes to Earth to warn its people to stop their violent tendencies or face serious consequences. As a child, I was pretty sure the … more
Each regular session of our state Legislature begins on the second Monday of January. Traditionally, the Senate and the House of Representatives meet in a joint session early on, so … more
From the gently rippling surface of Yale Lake in the north to the Interstate 205-rumbling neighborhoods of its southernmost tip, the Battle Ground school district is a spectacularly beautiful and … more
Do you know which river holds the Washington state record for the largest steelhead ever caught?  The champion is Clark County’s very own East Fork Lewis River. Caught in 1980 and … more
It is time to change the way things are done in our nation’s capital — the “other Washington.” The year-end Christmas dash to pass a $1.7 trillion spending monstrosity is … more
The new year begins during a time of uncertainty and anxiety about the state of the economy, both nationally and at the state level. Inflation has been rising at worrying rates for the last year, … more
I’m writing in response to Mr. Bruce McClay’s letter to the editor in regards to the childishness of some Republican’s responses to the outcome of elections. While I won’t … more
The Reflector’s Dec. 19 article titled “Interstate 5 bridge replacement expected to cost $6 billion” only told part of the story. This continues to be nothing more than a light rail … more
Tribes have traveled a long road and back again to improve water quality standards and protect the health of everyone who eats salmon and shellfish in the state of Washington.  In November, … more
The beginning of a new year is a fresh start and a chance to make the most of the opportunities that come our way. January is Mental Wellness Month and has been designated to recognize the importance … more
‘Tis Christmas season again, the most celebrated birthday in world history and reasonably the most important. God, the eternal “I am,” born in human flesh to endure our world 33 … more
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