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Editor, Our Bond Together team, of which I am a member, has been visiting Ridgefield residents to ensure everyone understands the importance of the April 23 vote to pass two bond propositions, … more
Editor, Do not support the Ridgefield School District bond proposals 10 and 11 as it will affect the affordability of Ridgefield. Isn’t enough that the median house in Clark County is … more
Editor, As a resident and teacher in Ridgefield, I encourage a yes vote for propositions 10 and 11. Education is the cornerstone of our society, shaping the minds and futures of our youth and, … more
Editor, The North Atlantic Treaty Organization was signed in 1949, early in the Cold War era, to provide for defense of member nations against a Russian invasion. It calls for every member … more
Editor, Trump: Enough is definitely enough! Donald Trump doesn’t even espouse good Christian values and beliefs, and Trump’s speeches are cringeworthy. Example: Trump openly … more
Editor, Jennifer Lindsay was not reappointed as mayor of Ridgefield for two simple reasons: She refuses to communicate with her fellow councilors and she forgot how to count. When Don Stose … more
Editor, Ridgefield schools are facing a crisis of overcrowding – a reality that impacts every student, family and member of our community. The telltale signs are evident: long pick-up … more
Editor, Ridgefield is a wonderful community that offers an array of social and recreational opportunities that includes a 5,100-acre national wildlife refuge, a longhouse, a public golf course, … more
Editor, Even people who are against Propositions 10 & 11 agree that Ridgefield schools are overcrowded and need repair. What does that mean for the students? At the elementary school, Union … more
Editor, Rents, property taxes, groceries, gasoline, health care, energy and utilities, medical and dental care and so on are all on an inflationary tear. We all are experiencing this. My family … more
Editor, When it comes to our tax dollars, it’s natural to question where they’re going and what they’re being used for. Skepticism is healthy, especially when it comes to … more
Editor, I’m a retired person living on a fixed income. I support both bond propositions, 10 and 11, for Ridgefield schools. When I was a kid growing up in a small town in Wisconsin, I … more
Editor, In response to the letter to the editor about President Trump’s lies is laughable. President Biden has spoken so many lies that he cannot even remember them without note cards. He … more
Editor, All you have to know about The Reflector can be summed up by reading Cade Barker’s first sentence announcing In-N-Out Burgers coming to Ridgefield. He says, “Animal-style … more
Editor, Vancouver, British Columbia is building an immersed tube tunnel under the Fraser River called the Highway 99 Tunnel. The Fraser River crossing is comparable to the IBR in scope and size. … more
Editor, How should we gauge overcrowding at Ridgefield schools? Some would say just look at the number of modular classrooms. State and local requirements mandate that schools plan for their … more
Editor, As the executive chair of Citizens for Ridgefield Schools, I have been engaged in the discussion surrounding the overcrowding crisis happening in our schools for a while now. Despite … more
Editor, Did you know there’s a looming health care crisis in southwest Washington that will affect everyone’s medical care. Regence Blue Cross is in negotiations with Legacy Medical. … more
Editor, What is actually needed to address growth in the Ridgefield School District (RSD)? That’s a question I’ve been looking into because RSD focused on overall growth and funding … more
Editor, I am writing to encourage non-voters to vote yes for the upcoming school bond propositions in Ridgefield. Ridgefield bonds typically receive yes votes from 59% of voters, but Washington … more
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