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Editor, Please, a big NO to the plan of a roundabout at the intersection of Onsdorff and 503 Highway. There is too much truck traffic to not have a stoplight at that intersection. It’s … more
Editor, How the Portland Vancouver Junction Railroad (PVJR) Stole Christmas: the story of an out-of-town millionaire who wants to turn Clark County’s historic railroad into his 33-mile … more
Editor, Dear friends, neighbors and county councilors Karen Dill Bowerman, Glen Yung, Michelle Belkot, Gary Medvigy and Sue Marshall: As a small farmer in Clark County, I’m deeply … more
Editor, Eric Temple, in his latest letter to the editor sent to The Columbian, claimed that the actions of the various agencies are a “witch hunt.” The sta tement highlights that Mr. … more
Editor, I believe Eric Temple of Portland Vancouver Junction Railroad is dishonest and untrustworthy. His disregard for the citizens, waters and sensitive lands of our county is brazen. His … more
Editor, The proposed application of the Senate bill that allows the Clark County Council to apply a Freight Rail Dependent Use Overlay along the Portland Vancouver Junction Railroad deeply … more
Editor, Clark County should take the necessary steps to terminate the existing lease with the Portland Vancouver Junction Railroad, operated by Eric Temple. Taking this action is critical in … more
Mr. Stephen Brees’ statement was good but incomplete, as were the other rebuttals to my first letter that was printed on Sept. 25 in the Reflector. “Tom Nelson restates his assertion … more
I live in Battle Ground, and I received a courtesy letter from the City of Battle Ground in regard to Municipal Code violations. The complaint was “single family residence has nine cars … more
Having received the district report card, I would like to say kudos to the Battle Ground School District for another fine year. As proof of the results, I see that the captains of industry from … more
I, Adam Shetler PCO of 631, fully support Joe Kent over Leslie Lewallen because it’s nothing about Leslie, but it’s not right time for her to run for Congress but the Lord set up Joe Kent … more
Antisemitism infects a large number of college students today. Either naively or on purpose, they side with Hamas terrorists at anti-Israel protests. The disease has crossed over to high-schoolers … more
Dear Reflector readers, I am writing this email to voice my support for CTRAN’S expansion of its rapid transit bus line known as “The Vine on Fourth Plain.” For those who are … more
Credible evidence exists to show that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu covertly supported Hamas for years to foster divisions between Palestians in the Gaza Strip, controlled by Hamas, and … more
Once Senate Bill 5517 was approved, it paved the way for the Chelatchie Prairie railroad to be reengaged, and a lease was signed by the county and the newly created Portland Vancouver   Junction … more
I recently saw a very disgusting political sticker on the side window of an orange, very square, small SUV in Clark County. The letters “STD” were large and prominent. It took me a … more
As a concerned citizen of Washington’s 3rd Congressional District, I am writing to express my strong support for Congresswoman Marie Gluesenkamp Perez and her stand for the middle and lower … more
In the recent letter “Vote for America, not political parties,” Kai seems to actually identify with a party: the Democrat Party, while accusing the Republican Party of the very issues … more
Tom Nelson restates his assertion that President Donald Trump on January 6 encouraged the protesters to “peacefully and respectfully walk to the Capitol.” He is absolutely correct. … more
First of all, thank you Reflector editorial staff for allowing the continuance of this discussion. Mr. Nelson: Thank you for the detailed rejoinder. I read it very carefully. I think that our … more
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