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We need to have a few more senators and congressmen with a backbone. It’s no secret. It’s been evident for a number of years now. The Constitution was once acknowledged and affirmed by … more
The actions of Clark County Councilors Bowerman, Medvigy and Rylander continue the embarrassment of self-serving behavior that has plagued our county for too many years.  Thank you Janet … more
There were several false statements in the letter “Election observer fights back after getting canceled” in The Reflector’s May 11 edition. Mr. O’Meara’s … more
This letter concerns a recent article that was published by The Reflector. The article was published on March 28, 2022, and is titled “New bill provides guidance after school ‘active … more
Indigenous people experience violence and victimization up to 10.5 times the rate of other populations and four out of five Native women experience some sort of violence in their lifetime (Source: … more
The Interstate Bridge Replacement (IBR) team has revealed its “solution” for a new Interstate 5 bridge. It is less than what the failed Columbia River Crossing (CRC) had a decade ago, … more
Clark County Council doesn’t care about the constituents of unincorporated Clark County. I live in the Fairgrounds neighborhood and from the lifting of urban holding in 2020 to the planning … more
U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Battle Ground, in constituent communications continues to characterize police reform measures as unneeded and unwelcome. How so? A just-released watchdog report … more
Now that Elon Musk has taken over Twitter, I use it when Facebook blocks me so I can create my own comments, follow Joe Kent and see what other local elected leaders and candidates are … more
The Clark County elections department decertified a Republican election observer after discovering a changed tag used to seal a back door to the ballot storage room. The ballots were stored for the … more
Homelessness has become a crisis in towns and cities across the nation. If you talk to 100 unsheltered folk, you will hear 100 different reasons for being unsheltered. They include mental illness, … more
Today, 15,000 children will die before reaching their fifth birthday.  Unfortunately, President Joe Biden does not take the lives of these children and others who still lack access to … more
Has anyone been to Horseshoe Lake Park lately? My wife and I stop there every day to watch the ducks, fishermen, and my wife walks around the lawn a couple of times as well. We love watching the kids … more
The Ridgefield School District’s test scores are a sad state of affairs based on 2021 OSPI data. Only 62% of students met state standards in English and science and a dismal 40% met the … more
I am reaching out to Ridgefield voters to ask for their support of the school bond measure on the April 26 ballot. Whether you have children in the Ridgefield School District or not, this is a … more
Although the front page article in the March 28, 2022 edition (Battle Ground Council looks to annex ‘islands’ of property) contains many inaccuracies spoken by some city council members … more
Those alive in the World War II years, or who remember their history lessons, will recall when we were an anti-fascist country, when the whole country pulled together to defeat fascism. We rationed, … more
Why do you say, “God will protect me from COVID,” yet lock your door, wear a seatbelt, and own a gun?  Why do you argue for personal choice in mask wearing and vaccination, yet … more
Bruce McClay’s letter to the editor on April 6 is another example of a liberal distortion of the facts. Also Mr. McClay didn’t even defend the higher gas prices, inflation, the failure of … more
The day after our windstorm where tree limbs and other debris were blown down and strewn about, Battle Ground city work crews were busily cleaning up and making streets and sidewalks safer. In one … more
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