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Editor, They took an oath. For some of us this was the oath of enlistment and others the oath of office. For most of our 240-plus years as a country, that oath of allegiance is to the … more
Editor, I am alarmed! My alarm stems from a sober realization of what would happen if the county were to proceed with its current plans to industrialize central Clark County. The main … more
Editor, In response to Ellen Townsend’s objections regarding correcting vulnerabilities in Clark County’s voting system: Many citizens question past elections. There are fraud … more
Editor, There are good Republicans leaving Congress and their party, and there are good Republicans staying who are afraid to speak out due the fear of threats to themselves and their families. … more
Editor, Railroads continue to claim that they are an efficient and environmentally sound mode of transporting goods across the country. Yet, those same railroad operators hide behind a concept … more
Editor, Five years ago, I learned that my father’s favorite cousins donated 34+ acres inherited from their parents, just a mile outside of Battle Ground, as an ideal place for a nature … more
Editor, In 1990, My husband and I bought the Durkee farmhouse on 5 acres bordering the remaining 34+ acres that Dorothy and Virginia inherited from their father, RS Durkee. I met Dorothy … more
Editor, I was concerned when the comedian and abortion advocate Bill Maher made headlines recently when he admitted that abortion “kind of is murder.” Then he stated, … more
Editor, For those of us considered to be “Boomers,” the men and women who lost their lives or are one of the millions who were deployed in either the European or Pacific theaters, … more
Editor, In an interview with The Daily Chronicle, Rep. Marie Gluesenkamp Perez said, “I did not run for office to resolve peace in the Middle East. I have an obligation to reflect the … more
Editor, In 2022, my family visited Sweden. Unfortunately, during our visit, we thought we were in a different foreign country. With 20% of the Swedish population being of non-native … more
Editor, Ronald Wall of Battle Ground has told us of an evil named Donald Trump. His toxic portrayal is possible only when hatred of the Republican Party trumps all things. Thomas Higdon … more
Editor, Artificial Intelligence — splash it on to enhance flavor and more. Fashion now sees it as rocket fuel, out-thinking its authors, boosting the stock market, promising to improve the … more
Editor, The 2023 history report of the Clark County Historical Society and Museum was recently released. The wonderful lead article, authored by retired Columbian reporter Gregg Herrington, … more
Editor, Based on the ever-growing opposition to the freight rail dependent use, the governor should consider repealing the legislation that allows for this chaos to continue. As reported by The … more
Editor, The Portland Vancouver Junction Railroad (PVJR) and three county councilors would argue that implementing the freight rail dependent use plan will generate millions in tax revenue and … more
Editor, Rob Anderson of Reform Clark County is gathering signatures for an initiative entitled The Restore Election Confidence Initiative for the November ballot. This initiative calls on the … more
Editor, People in the City of Ridgefield are getting excited about the development of the waterfront — a waterfront park with walkable trails; docks; restaurants and retail stores; … more
Editor, We are writing to express our deep appreciation for the exceptional transitional kindergarten (TK) program at La Center Elementary and to advocate for its continued funding. TK is a … more
Editor, My hat is off to Ridgefield athlete Natalie Evans and her passion for baseball. As a former coach in the area, I follow what is happening in Clark County, from near and far. Most of the … more
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