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James Kissee’s letter in The Reflector on March 23 is another example of twisted facts and outright lies to fit a political agenda. One example (and only one): He says that crime is out of … more
I am deaf, and I am blind, but not of the physical kind. Heal me Lord, this Lenten season, because a loving God is the reason.  We walk in prayer as a child of God. He loves us, though we … more
While I’m excited to see Battle Ground bustling with construction and economic activity, I am less pleased with the constant interruptions to traffic on Main Street. Every week it seems that a … more
It didn’t start with gas chambers. It started with one party controlling the media. It started with one party controlling the message. One party deciding what is true. One party … more
Our country, led by the Biden administration and socialists, is close to blowing up our republic and destroying our economy system.  From day one, Biden declared war on our energy system and … more
Jan. 19, 2021: Trump’s last day. Gas is $2.20. Jan. 20: Biden inaugurated Jan. 21: Biden cancels Keystone Pipeline and all fracking. Putin takes note. Jan. 22: Biden is exhausted from … more
I don’t understand our elected officials. When are they going to wake up? Since President Joe Biden shut down the Keystone Pipeline and other means of drilling, things have gotten out of … more
My heart goes out to those hard working families who are renters and are being harassed by property management companies who do not care about the human condition, but their profits. The … more
At the March 2 council time, two county councilors, Councilor Temple Lentz and Councilor Julie Olson, didn’t have time on their schedules to consider interviews of three candidates for the new … more
Watching the Ukrainian people defend their country with civilian militias brings to mind the real meaning of our own Second Amendment. Their brave attempt to protect their country through their … more
I am writing today about a story that I heard of a Russian student who did not want to attend school because of the Russia Ukraine War. Whichever side you sit upon, keep in mind the USA is a melting … more
On Dec. 16, 1773, the Sons of Liberty boarded three British ships in the Boston Harbor.  They dumped 342 crates of tea overboard. This historical act shows the lengths Americans are willing to … more
We have had enough. As founders of a new grassroots organization in Clark County, we are appalled by the recent spike in property crime. It has turned our homes, driveways, garages, and shops into … more
I moved to Clark County about five years ago and I have adored living in this beautiful part of the country. What I cannot comprehend, though, is how a beautiful, idyllic setting can be so incredibly … more
Recently, on Jan. 13, the Supreme Court of the United States issued its decision about the ability of the federal government to mandate vaccinations for approximately 84 million Americans (National … more
I am encouraged to see the Washington State Legislature has passed a $16 billion transportation package. I am disappointed most of this money will not address climate change. Around $1 billion will … more
I read the letter titled “Photos of Jan. 6 show no fires or looting” and simply must respond. Mr. Keszler says, “good grief, we’re still obsessing about the … more
The sights from Goat Mountain, a remote peak 12 miles north of Mount St. Helens’s crater, are extraordinary. From the summit, hikers enjoy an unmatched view of the nearby volcano and a … more
Farmers in Medieval Europe sought high-traffic areas such as the intersections of main roads or a confluence of rivers as suitable places to erect market stalls. One of the items in great demand was … more
“U.S. inflation jumped 7.5% in the past year, a 40-year high,” read an Associated Press headline recently.  That’s terrible news, and it confirms what every American — … more
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