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We, the Ridgefield community, need to resolve some difficult questions about our schools, but we can certainly agree that we need classrooms for all of the kids in the district. The district has … more
In February, voters will be asked to approve a bond that will provide much needed classrooms in Ridgefield. Ridgefield is a wonderful community and has a long history of supporting its schools. … more
Dear Rep. Herrera Beutler, Can you explain to me why the only  Republican attendees at the Jan. 6 commemoration were Liz Cheney and her father? Why would any member of Congress refuse to … more
I am a Hockinson parent with two children currently attending Hockinson schools. There are many reasons I will be voting yes on the upcoming replacement levy on Feb. 8, but there is one reason in … more
I read Don Brunell’s column in the Dec. 17 edition of The Reflector in which he wrote about the virtues of “pumped storage electricity.” He said it could benefit many people and … more
Individuals worked into an emotional frenzy rarely think clearly. They usually cannot see beyond the lies they have been fed to accept the truth. The science and truth that could keep them healthy in … more
I have lived and worked in Clark County for 43-plus years, have kids in school, and have a construction business with around 20 employees. These last few years have been bad. Since the COVID-19 … more
We founded the Citizens for Hockinson Schools organization in 2021 to support the schools, and more importantly, it is dedicated to the success of students. Our first goal is to educate the … more
Ridgefield has a bond on next month’s ballot. As a community we have grown exponentially fast in recent years. With so much growth comes the need for additional schools. Our only way to get … more
How many of you reading have a Hockinson address? I don’t. My mailing address is Brush Prairie. I’m betting yours is too, or Vancouver, or Battle Ground. Hockinson, as a city, legally … more
Wrestling in Clark County is on a precipice. Over four weeks ago, Dec. 4 was a weekend of hope that our youth’s wrestling was finally getting back to normal. The youth of our county had been … more
I am so disappointed in Gary Medvigy’s performance at the Clark County Board of Health meeting on Dec. 21 when he did not speak out against Clark County Public Health Director Alan Melnick and … more
I have known Judge Darvin Zimmerman for over 40 years, beginning in 1978 when we were Clark County deputy prosecutors. During this time, I have never observed him to make any sort of racist comment … more
Jaime Herrera Beutler frequently emails constituents to “survey” our opinions. In doing so, she uses obviously loaded and imprecise terminology which does not enhance genuine policy … more
The Alliance for Community Engagement sent a letter to The Reflector, which was printed on Dec. 15, regarding Don Brunell’s editorial “Build America Back” in which he made the case … more
Mr. Brunell writes about Poland’s record growing economy since breaking free from the Soviet Union domination in 1989 and adopting a free enterprise system. Mr. Brunell neglects to mention that … more
It seems many seniors in the state of Washington seem to be getting a visit from the Grinch this year. Seniors on fixed incomes are being hurt more by our current administration’s policies, as … more
Don Brunell’s opinion piece “Ban Inslee’s Natural Gas Ban” is a distorted, meandering argument that largely focuses on issues unaffected by Senate Bill 1084. Brunell ignores … more
When will the Washington State Department of Transportation improve safety just south of the milepost 21 onramp at Woodland? In the past 24 years of living on Horseshoe Lake, we have witnessed dozens … more
I would like to bring to light a safety concern that I have recently observed many times in the last few weeks. I have noticed a number of vehicles being driven after dark on the highway and on our … more
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