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Watching the video from the Mendoza incident and following this accounting, the citizens in Clark County were waiting to see if Chief Mori would “have the back” of his own officer. … more
Yesterday, my wife was putting on her mask while walking across the parking lot to Ace Hardware. A truck with a group of young “men” drove by. They were hooting, hollering, making … more
I want to thank everyone who participated in the Aug. 1 primary election. We are disappointed with the results, but we respect the decision of the voters. We will continue to provide the highest … more
This in response to  Michelle Yenderrozos’s letter to the editor in the July 26 Reflector regarding repealing SB 5599. Buried in the middle of Ms. Yenderrozos’s letter is a simple … more
Will Rep. Marie Gluesenkamp Perez ever show leadership? MGP continues to miss opportunities to show leadership when it puts her in a difficult position. Recently Rep. Pramila Jayapal, who happens to … more
At the request of a writer friend, I met with Third District congressional candidate Republican Joe Kent last month and asked him questions about his political beliefs. He answered with confidence, … more
After Joe Kent sat at our table in Ramblin’ Jack’s Ribeye in Napavine last month, I told the 3rd District Republican candidate for Congress — who beat U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera … more
DeSantis for president. Can you imagine that? Look at Florida. And now the kids are being taught that slavery for blacks was beneficial to them! How ridiculous! That slavery taught them skills they … more
Keep Dan Dingman as a City Council member. He has proven that working with others in a level headed fashion gets results. His ability to listen, collaborate and think independently are qualities that … more
Ann Evans’s rant about everything Democratic (The Reflector, July 19) is another tired example of the ludicrous playbook of MAGA folks who still don’t seem to understand that moral … more
I was all set to respond to a truly partisan political letter. There’s no doubt that my arguments would have been brilliant, but then I decided to do something different. A friend once told me … more
I was recently approached at Harvest Days by a woman gathering signatures for an initiative to repeal the recently passed Washington state Senate Bill 5599. This bill has become controversial because … more
My mentor Billy Frank Jr. always said that it’s going to take all of us working together to recover salmon. He also said, “Tell the truth.” The truth is that sometimes we … more
The good news is this state’s cherry crop looks good — a marked improvement over 2022. It is sweetening our farm economy, especially for cherry growers who have struggled over the last … more
Clark County, as everywhere in the country, is anticipating a huge surge in the number of residents aged 60 or better. In two years, one in four Clark County residents will be over the age of 60. By … more
Responding to Kai Lee’s recent letter where she defines the Republican Party as a “Trump cult:”   I would appreciate some examples of her accusations. Having over 10 people … more
Until President Joe Biden signed the Chips and Science Act (CSA) last year, companies, such as Intel and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC), looked elsewhere to build plants costing … more
Every January, legislators gather in Olympia and dream up new ways to get between parents and their children. This year, they came up with a doozy. Senate Bill 5599 allows the state to keep the … more
I am writing in support of Daniel Dingman for Battle Ground City Council position 3. I have known Dan for approximately 10 years and I have been very impressed with his integrity and courtesy … more
Affirmative action, which takes race into consideration in college admissions and other contexts, sounds unfair and unamerican. But having just finished a remarkable oral history (recorded in 1969) … more
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