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OUR VIEW: Measure 88 should be voted down

At a time of heightened concern about U.S. immigration policy and the failure of Congress to enact meaningful immigration reform, it may seem at face value that it would be beneficial to allow undocumented immigrants the privilege of driving.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Sept. 22,2014


OUR VIEW: A black day for advocates

Friday was a big day for domestic violence survivors and advocates — and not necessarily in a good way.

MY VOICE Let’s manage economic expectations

La Grande has an Urban Renewal focused economic development strategy. Like it or not, this is what we have. Because of this, there are inherent advantages and disadvantages.


OUR VIEW: State needs to reverse ed. trends

Maybe you won’t make a million more dollars over your career if you finish college instead of go to work straight out of high school.


OUR VIEW: Our pick for state’s new statue

Gov. John Kitzhaber thinks Oregon may need a new statue to represent us. We have a suggestion: the Oregon taxpayer.


MY VOICE: School district: If not now, when?

  The Willow building was built in 1924 and houses all of the district’s kindergarten students.


OUR VIEW: Keep open lines of dialogue

There’s no question that Common Core remains a polarizing topic both here in Northeast Oregon and across the nation.
And rightfully so. The standards, which are intended to ensure that students graduate from high school prepared to do college-level work, were not crafted overnight. They are a major improvement over previous standards in most states, but they remain a work in progress.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Sept. 15, 2014



OUR VIEW: School scenarios startling

It’s hard to imagine our children in danger, especially in a place that is intended to prepare them for the challenges and reality of adulthood.
Sometimes, though, unspeakable realities occur in schools, as we’ve seen in the media over the past decades. 


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