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I watched Tucker Carlson’s program of the Jan. 6 event. The Jan. 6 committee did not allow any cross-examination. Distortion of facts by the participants w as a narrow view of the events on … more
I cannot think of a better person for Ridgefield School Board than Amber Baker. As a farmer, she is not afraid of hard work. As a Ridgefield School District parent and volunteer, she has … more
The protesters who occupied House Speaker Kevin McCarthy’s office may or may not be charged, but the bill they advocate for is something we should protect. According to them, the PEPFAR program … more
A positive trend! Saturday, Sept. 10, the Adopt A Highway volunteers were out again picking up trash on State Route 503. You may have seen the white bags on the highway north of Battle Ground? This … more
The other day, my husband and I were driving north on I-5, and standing on the Pioneer exit overpass in Ridgefield was a man holding a sign to the cars that said, “F/U Biden Supporters.” … more
Mikhail Pavenko’s opinion piece (Reflector, Joe Kent echoes Russian propaganda, Sept. 6, 2023), correctly identifies Vladimir Putin as a murderous thug, intent on grabbing land in Ukraine. … more
Accolades to the City of Ridgefield and the Ridgefield Multicultural Initiative for hosting the sixth annual Multicultural Festival on Saturday, Sept. 2. Downtown was filled with an array of vendors, … more
In response to Bruce McClay’s guest editorial “Why can’t we talk: The death of constructive dialog,” the answer is simple: It’s im possible. You’ve seen the … more
The Ridgefield Lions offer their sincere thanks to the following organizations for their assistance at the Lions’ Clark County Fair booth: Civil Air Patrol Ridgefield High School … more
I moved to Clark County in 1989. When we first moved here, we lived in the Country Manor mobile home park in Brush Prairie, on the last street, right next to the Chelatchie Railroad line, maybe 30 … more
First, I won’t tell you how to vote. However, that does not prevent me from talking about voting. A recent judge’s ruling has struck down certain key provisions of laws in Georgia and … more
I was fortunate to attend a Joe Kent Washington District 3 event October 2022 held in Bucoda — with guest speaker Tulsi Gabbard. It was very crowded in the park that afternoon with hundreds of … more
Editor I appreciate the coverage The Reflector gives to North Clark County and was pleased to see the front-page article about La Center’s Mayor Greg Thornton. I confess I did not vote for … more
Editor, As we commemorate the 78th anniversary of the atomic bombings of Japan and acknowledge the U.S. Senate who finally passed an amendment to expand the Radiation Exposure Compensation Act … more
Where is fair play when the FBI, DOJ and IRS play favorites for the Biden family? Free speech hangs by a thread in our two-tiered system of justice today. Democrats throw whistle-blowers under the … more
I encourage the people to look at Joe Kent personally and leave Joe Kent be and pray for Joe Kent and vote Joe Kent in 2024. The Lord raised Joe Kent up for this moment in this hour. Adam … more
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
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