Tom Paulu

Good story. One aspect of the homeless camping out at the lake is that many people see them, unlike with camps that tend to be off the beaten path. Public camping is much evident in bigger cities, where people live along and under freeways. It challenges all of us to look for solutions to ho…

It sounds like the real problem is the existence of this registry for low-level offenders. This issue might inspire a change in the law. Someone without Mr. Hart's history could always get the registry, saying she was going to use it for an academic study, then share it with Hart.

Reporting and editorializing are different. The DN has covered both sides of the issue well. Editorials, by definition, state an opinion on one side or the other.

As a veteran of several Messiahs under Drs. Kirkpatrick and DeVidal, I'm glad to see it's back. It's also a way to celebrate another old theater that's been repurposed. Downtown Longview is certainly theater-rich with LCC, the Columbia, Stageworks and this one.

Walt was a true gentleman who served the citizens well.

Rather than spend money for a feasibility study for a project that is unlikely to go anywhere, the commissioners could request funding for many other improvements to volcano-area infrastructure. For instance, Road 25 and Road 99 to Windy Ridge are in bad shape. Or, secure some public access …

I hope this young man recovers fully. This article sidestepped the extensive debate about football's inherent dangers, from the high school to professional levels. There are many other forms of exercise and team sports that are healthier than playing video games.

To get the big picture, compare the amount of diesel emissions from this proposal to that which already exists along the I-5/railroad main line corridor. This includes much of Kelso, Kalama, Woodland and Castle Rock. This article is a good reminder of the permanent improvement to Cowlitz Cou…

Recently, the Daily News has seldom run original editorials, so it's difficult to know if the paper still supports the project. The paper has supported it editorially in the past.

Politicians and those who work with them have a way of bending regulations in ways that favor their politics. The problem for Millennium is that the elected attorney general and DNR boss aren't in favor of coal in general. The DOE leader is appointed by a governor who has made climate chang…