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I am angry and very saddened to see Bi-Zi Farms may have to close over water rights. We have already lost so many of our major fruit and vegetable stands in Fruit Valley and, the latest, Joe’s … more
As our government at various levels demands employees get vaccinated or lose their jobs, I have wondered what that could mean. I have talked to some who would be affected by this requirement and will … more
When thinking of England’s fabled Sherwood Forest, the medieval images of Robin Hood and his band of archers and swordsmen hiding in the woods giving the sheriff of Nottingham a hard time comes … more
The Washington State Department of Ecology has unfairly and unjustly denied Bi-Zi Farms the right to the well water it has used for over 100 years. As building codes and land-use rules are updated to … more
I don’t know if you’ve ever tried to read a piece of legislation, but often they are a painfully incoherent collection of legalese and big words most of us can’t make heads or tails … more
Each year Americans throw away more than 3 billion batteries constituting 180,000 tons of hazardous material and the situation is likely to get much worse as the world shifts to electric … more
Is your chiropractor vaccinated for COVID-19? You might be surprised of the answer if you ask. While the delta variant rages on, and the medical establishment at large (PeaceHealth, Vancouver Clinic … more
Individuals and restaurants can’t “buy locally” with the current state and county measures of restrictions. The real reason Bi-Zi Farms must use less water or sell out to … more
The Aug. 4 edition of The Reflector published an article relaying Sheriff Atkins’s concerns about new laws governing policing in Washington state. I would like to respond. I agree with … more
Time is short, but action is necessary. Gov. Jay Inslee and Democrats who control the state Legislature need to postpone implementing the sweeping “Long-Term Services and Supports Trust … more
I’m told Clark County Sheriff’s Sgt. Jeremy Brown had strong opinions about the new state laws that are forcing major changes in how law enforcement officers do their jobs.  As a … more
There is no doubt the issue dominating the news and our email inboxes is the governor’s recent vaccination mandate, issued on Aug. 9. We share the concern many constituents in the 20th … more
I have heard from more people than ever before that they are tired of the news, tired of conflicts in and over the news, and tired of the partisanship with which the news seems to be covered … more
I’m not sure if hypersonic missiles or Iran’s drones have a chance of first strike capability. If so, or if other countries think so, and/or don’t fear a second strike, then we need … more
I just wanted to acknowledge a wonderful local company that took amazing care of my diesel truck for me. CRS Services of Battle Ground were the nicest people to work with. They got my truck in … more
Obviously COVID-19 is alive and well. Vaccines have managed to beat it back, but vaccine hesitancy has breathed new life into it. Health care workers are facing a new wave of patients who are younger … more
How has this country become close to being a socialist state? It started with one party controlling the media. One party controlling the message. One party deciding what is the truth. One party … more
Sex trafficking is a growing problem across Washington. Our state ranks in the top 15 states with active human trafficking cases, most of which are sex trafficking cases, with 3.49 cases per … more
I was dismayed when I read the letter from Jack Davis espousing how Shirin Elkoshairi’s letter “called out all the misinformation about the La Center mayor and city council being posted … more
As a lover and protector of the Columbia River, I am immensely proud of my community for taking down the fracked gas monstrosity known as the Northwest Innovation Works methanol refinery. Every … more
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