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19 Responses to “Contact us”

  1. Elwyn armstrong says:

    I was just wounding if lewis is still part of Washington state and the U S.. OR DO WE HAVE ARE OWEN CONSTRUCTION HERE IN LEWIS COUNTY?I AM ASKING BECAUSE MY PROPERTY WAS SECURED AND PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN ON 9/25/2013 . By a county official.as he was trespassing !!! I am asking Because the washington state/U S CONSTRUCTION HAS A law against that . It is called.trespassing to you and I… but I cannot get the lewis county sheriff to take and file a complete SO HOW WOULD A CITIZEN GET SOME HELP

  2. Disgusted Citizen says:

    Check out Bucoda Christian Assembly on facebook, theres a pic of her ugly mug and the conversation below it.

  3. Disgusted Citizen says:

    That scum Becky Heupel is apparently out early…just saw her on facebook under a new name, Beki M. Heupel checking in at a church, she certainly needs it. How about a story on how the hell that atrocity happened? AND to boot she says she has custody of her other child, who knows if shes telling the truth or not but still. What kind of a world do we live in?!!

  4. seriously???? says:

    Sharon…. I didn’t see anything mentioned about the trailer stolen from the hospital being found. FYI it was found on my friends property in Adna off Cousins rd. on Sunday afternoon. Still had all the stuff in it, just missing the tires and wheels.

  5. Noreen says:

    http://www.lewiscountysirens.com/?p=17588

    This is the best example for the need of a death penalty. I wish him justice in jail…a long protracted justice.

  6. MorningCoffee says:

    @Kari oakie, Huh? & Thinking Outloud – THANK YOU for your suggestions. I greatly appreciate it.

    Keep the suggestions coming. I’m sure there are many more locals who would like to donate to organizations that DO NOT ask the needy to pay for what we wish to be free of charge for our local needy.

  7. Kari oakie says:

    To Morning Coffee- There is a church called Gather at 104 Rock St.
    It’s a nondenominational place started by a friend of mine and his family after he became ordained. Donation times for clothing and food are 5:30 to6:30 Thursdays and 3:30 to 4:30 Saturdays. They really try to help people in the community who have been burdened by some of the crummy things in life. Everyone else, don’t forget about your local foodbanks. Supplies dwindle quickly this time of year. Foodbanks for each local city are listed on the web, so check for donation times. Also, many grocery stores have drop boxes for canned and dry goods. I’ve worked at a local foodbank for a long time-it’s very rewarding and people are so grateful!

  8. Huh? says:

    The Pregnancy Resource Center (on Main in Centralia, across from Planned Parenthood) accepts donations. They house and assist pregnant/new mothers that are trying to get on their feet (just realized how funny that sounds!). You can also get a receipt for charitable donations.

    There are also canned food, coat, & blanket drives this time of year. There is one specifically for a soccer club in Olympia, but I understand if you want to keep your donation local.

  9. Thinking Outloud says:

    @ Morning Coffee…I don’t know about shelters..but there is a Friends Helping Friends FB site. They might also be a place to check.

  10. MorningCoffee says:

    Sharyn and others – does Centralia have a homeless shelter or is there an organization who provides coats, clothing and shoes for the homeless and/or needy? I have a large cache I’d like to donate specifically for this cause.

  11. Sixteen in '75 says:

    Spoken like a true Ratkie !

  12. CRAZEE says:

    Wel…uh….duh….gee Obadiah…yukyukyuk…you might wanna get that figured out right real quick GENIUS cause its gonna be on there twice now! Second thought, maybe you just oughta forget about it and stay off computers, your name could end up in a frenzy by the time your done figuring it out.

  13. George says:

    You might want to talk to the google people to get your name off of there if you don’t want it showing any more. Either that, or stop getting busted…

  14. I dont understand why you siren people still post my old charge on google!!!!! Lol im gettn tired of looking at it everytime time someone googles my name!! I can understand you people having it on here for a little while but hello!! its been almost 2yrs since it happen, please take it off!!

  15. Joseph Laabs says:

    I would like to know how police who dont do their proper research can file false charges on someone and when asked by another county to leave the person alone cause they vouched the prosecutor in Lewis County still wants to waste the countys money?

  16. curious citizen says:

    Curious why the woman who was assualted and bitten on the kneck on Friday was not posted so others could be on alert. Case number centralia pd 12A13482 . Scary that nothing was reported on this!!!

  17. Linda says:

    You rock. This is by far the most informative site I have ever been on, I am so disappointed with the Chronicle, they only want money to view their opinions. Please keep up the fabulous work on this site. Thank You Linda

  18. Bradd Reynolds says:

    Great job on getting the public informed on the Rhonda Reynolds inquest that starts on Monday. This case for several reasons has demanded a great deal of attention and Lewis County Sirens has been on top of it.

  19. kay cox says:

    Sharon, as usual I was not disappointed. I just got home and checked you web page. More information and more meaningful than we will ever see in the Chronicle. Thanks for being online. Kay Cox

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