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Editor, Over 8,000 Clark County voters want more accountability in their elections, yet Auditor Greg Kimsey ignores the facts. There are numerous suspicious cases reported to Kimsey and the … more
Editor, Our Regional Transportation Council (RTC) recently said there is a “new normal.” More people are working from home — up 150%. People have resumed driving, but … more
Editor, As a firefighter, I am asking our community to learn more about Fire District 3’s lid lift. We are struggling to meet the emergency service needs of our community. Call … more
This year marked the 40th anniversary of the partnership between treaty tribes and our state co-managers to establish salmon fisheries. Each spring since 1984, we’ve held a series of … more
Greg Kimsey, Clark County Auditor, is smooth, I'll give him that much. Yet, when it comes to the truth, he plays pretty fast and loose. He knows he's considered the "expert," so he often delivers … more
Congresswoman Marie Gluesenkamp Perez has a track record of working hard for her Southwest Washington constituents. The list of her accomplishments is long and impressive. Most notably, she has … more
I am committed to empowering all children to lead healthy and active lives through effective health and physical education programs. Do the education leaders in our state feel the same way? In … more
As an avid fisherman of the Columbia River drainage and the Chehalis River system, it is apparent to me that we can wait no longer for a solution to the sea lion deprivation of salmon runs. As … more
From 2013 through 2017, Republicans led our state Senate and Democrats had the majority in the House. While it lasted, that break in one-party control of Olympia was good for the people of our state. … more
Editor, Law and order, education, energy, the economy and morality are losing to President Biden’s agenda. Whether opening the border or signing away women’s sports, his pens are … more
Editor, Proposals endorsed at the recent Republican convention in Spokane included calling for an end to: the use of mail voting, the use of machines to count votes and the ability to vote for … more
Blocking a bad piece of legislation can often be as important as passing a good bill. That’s why Republican senators took a moment to cheer a few months ago when, in the face of intense … more
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
A recent Letter to the Editor stated “Many citizens question past elections.” As the elected official responsible for conducting elections in Clark County, I urge anyone with questions or … more
On March 22, Islamic terrorists attacked a theater in Moscow, killing 143 people. A branch of ISIS quickly claimed responsibility and posted a video of the attack to support their claim. Russia … more
With candidate filing week now behind us, the 2024 election season is in full swing. Democrat leaders in our state are no doubt looking ahead to the August primary and November general election … 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
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