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It’s hard to prepare for the future if you’re only checking the rearview mirror. That’s why the AWB Institute has launched a new tool called FutureCast that provides employers, … more
Jaime Herrera Beutler’s continuing opposition to measures to stem gun violence, including a ban on assault rifles, is cowardly and unprincipled. There are about 400 million guns in this … more
Before the COVID-19 pandemic rocked the world, factory workers were humming along assembling products just after components were delivered.  It was called “just-in-time” production. … more
Hardly any morning goes by without yet another act of violence or tragedy in this country. That, or another act that makes no sense perpetrated by our own government. Some of these are on the … more
We need to have a few more senators and congressmen with a backbone. It’s no secret. It’s been evident for a number of years now. The Constitution was once acknowledged and affirmed by … more
The actions of Clark County Councilors Bowerman, Medvigy and Rylander continue the embarrassment of self-serving behavior that has plagued our county for too many years.  Thank you Janet … more
There were several false statements in the letter “Election observer fights back after getting canceled” in The Reflector’s May 11 edition. Mr. O’Meara’s … more
Gov. Jay Inslee and Sen. Patty Murray have their priorities backward when it comes to rebuilding Snake River salmon and steelhead runs. Instead of focusing on ripping out dams with fish passages and … more
This letter concerns a recent article that was published by The Reflector. The article was published on March 28, 2022, and is titled “New bill provides guidance after school ‘active … more
Indigenous people experience violence and victimization up to 10.5 times the rate of other populations and four out of five Native women experience some sort of violence in their lifetime (Source: … more
The Interstate Bridge Replacement (IBR) team has revealed its “solution” for a new Interstate 5 bridge. It is less than what the failed Columbia River Crossing (CRC) had a decade ago, … more
Thinning public woodlands to remove millions of dead trees is a way to generate much needed cash to reduce wildfire risks, improve forest health, and protect rural homeowners and farms. It is money … more
Clark County Council doesn’t care about the constituents of unincorporated Clark County. I live in the Fairgrounds neighborhood and from the lifting of urban holding in 2020 to the planning … more
U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Battle Ground, in constituent communications continues to characterize police reform measures as unneeded and unwelcome. How so? A just-released watchdog report … more
Now that Elon Musk has taken over Twitter, I use it when Facebook blocks me so I can create my own comments, follow Joe Kent and see what other local elected leaders and candidates are … more
The Clark County elections department decertified a Republican election observer after discovering a changed tag used to seal a back door to the ballot storage room. The ballots were stored for the … more
This spring marks two years since Washington state reported the first two COVID-19 deaths in the United States. During this time, hospitals across the state have dealt with scores of patients, while … more
The Seattle World’s Fair in 1962 was awe-inspiring. It previewed developments that would improve our daily lives in the next millennium. While “Century 21” memories have faded, … more
The soaring inflation rate has turned trips to the gas station, grocery store, shopping mall and restaurants into nerve-wracking experiences. Not to mention buying a used car or a sheet of plywood. … more
Homelessness has become a crisis in towns and cities across the nation. If you talk to 100 unsheltered folk, you will hear 100 different reasons for being unsheltered. They include mental illness, … more
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