Entries by Ernest Geigenmiller

CHS Baseball: Varsity Wins Against Prairie

The Varsity Baseball team won another close game 4-2 over Prairie. Gabe Heredia picked up the win on the mound pitching two innings of scoreless relief. Tyler Hallead pitched a scoreless 7th inning to get the save. Hallead was 1-for-2 with an RBI in the game and the offense drew nine walks from Prairie pitchers […]


Answering Myths, Misconceptions About Chiropractic

By Dr. Marc Davis Do you know somebody with misconceptions about chiropractic?  As is usually the case with misleading information, confusion about chiropractic is based on rumors, not on facts.   Help dispel the myths by sharing the following facts with friends, family and co-workers. Myth:  Chiropractic is only good for back problems. Although doctors of […]


Clark County GOP Convention, Part II: Some Questions Answered; More Questions of Fraud, Ballot Control; And Vote Tampering Linger

By Ernie Geigenmiller Days after last weekend’s confusing and emotional Clark County GOP Convention, new answers shed light on the event while persistent questions linger that could put the county’s state delgation into jeopardy.  The issues at hand include fraud, disorganization, violation of state and GOP party rules, irregularities, vote tampering, and disenfranchisement. Numerous questions […]


Clark County GOP Convention Rocked by Delays, Chaos, Confusion, and Charges of Fraud; Irregularities

VANCOUVER, WA — More than 1,000 Clark County Republicans gathered on Saturday in an emotionally charged convention at the Vancouver Hilton to elect delegates to represent various legislative districts at the GOP State Convention in late May. Delegates at the State Convention will vote on national delegates to represent Washington state at the GOP National Convention […]

Camas Boys Win Tiger Invite; Girls Place 2nd

Camas High School Track & Field proved their competitive edge with a successful showing at their first invitational of the young season at Battle Ground on Saturday, March 24. The Camas boys won overall at the Tiger Invitational with the Camas girls placing second. “The boys look VERY STRONG this year with depth in every […]


NW Destinations: Historic Benjamin Young Inn

It is easy to feel relaxed at this romantic getaway.  The Benjamin Young Inn Bed & Breakfast sits on the hillside in beautiful Astoria.  Its location gives a great view of the Columbia River, and is located close to the world-famous Astoria Column and well-loved “Goonies” home. In 1888 Benjamin Young, an early-day salmon packer, […]

CRST Performs Well at Senior Sectionals

The Columbia River Swim Team (CRST) recently participated in the 2012 Speedo Western Zone Champions, or commonly called “Senior Sectionals” at the King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way. The event lasted four days and included high-level swimmers from 12 states, according to Doug Lombard, co-founder of CRST. The swimmers included high school and college […]

Mitt Romney wins Camas GOP caucus

More than 700 people crammed into the Commons area at Camas High School on Saturday to vote in this year’s Republican caucus where presidential candidate Mitt Romney handily won the event’s straw poll. The event was representative of all 23 Camas precincts and a total of 616 votes were cast for the four remaining GOP […]