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OUR VIEW: Send Greg Barreto to Salem

Barring an effective write-in campaign, residents in House District 58 can rest assured their next state representative will come from this side of the mountain.

OUR VIEW: Allan Duffy should be next mayor

A mayor needs to be civic minded, want to build on a community’s strengths, get citizens involved and espouse the values of community and family and the common good.

OUR VIEW: Vote yes for school bond levy

An aversion to taxes is about as American as a sentiment can get.

OUR VIEW: Youth needed on city council

With ballots now out, La Grande residents will soon have to choose their future representatives on the La Grande City Council.

Voters face tough decision

Union County voters find themselves between a rock and a hard place as the Nov. 4 election draws near. No doubt about it, the decision between incumbent Bill Rosholt and challenger Jack Howard presents difficult choices. 

OUR VIEW: Re-elect Lindsley for mayor

Some communities in Union County lack the people willing to step up to fill important roles on their city councils.

OUR VIEW: Dropping JTAP sends wrong message

You probably didn’t hear much about it, but one of the critical programs designed to help veterans disappeared from the public stage last month.

OUR VIEW: Kitzhaber most qualified

The choice this election season for governor may appear to be a difficult one but, in the end, it isn’t.

OUR VIEW: Educate yourself at forum

OUR VIEW: Walden deserves our vote

Sure, there is a lack of high-quality jobs. Eastern Oregon is losing young people to the big cities. Community vitality could be, well, more vital in these days when the recession is disappearing not quick enough in the rear-view mirror.

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