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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Friday, May 2


OUR VIEW: Time for a new style in Salem

Clearly there are a number of good elements to both John Turner and Greg Barreto, the two men vying in the Republican primary to win the Oregon House of Representatives District 58.


MY VOICE: The impact of abuse prevention

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. Nothing in my abuse prevention work prepared me for the letter a Healthy Families client sent us. It immediately moved me to tears, and is a letter every social work professional longs to receive.

OUR VIEW: Oregon deserved better

We’ve already devoted time in this space and on this page to the debacle that is the state’s online health exchange network.

Yet, the news Friday that Oregon officials were turning over the beleaguered system to the federal government, in what can only be seen as an admission of abject failure, punctuates the discouraging aspects of the entire episode.


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: April 28, 2014


OUR VIEW: Continue pursuing tourists

When it comes to major tourist attractions, Oregon has them in abundance. 

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: April 21, 2014

 


OUR VIEW: Find one way to give back

The Boy Scouts have a motto: Do your best to be prepared for service. Each of us finds ourselves in different life situations. Some of us in these recessionary times are struggling to survive and thrive. Others of us find it easier going getting beyond the struggle to make ends meet.


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Friday, April 18


Oregon strong: State needs its own holiday

Monday, friend Tom will be in Boston helping the Commonwealth of Massachusetts celebrate its very own holiday, Patriots Day, by running until he is a bundle of wet rags.
Yes, Tom is running the marathon. It’s 26.2 miles of misery. Or if you’re our age, 56, insanity. This year’s misery is particularly poignant for Tom and 35,999 of his closest marathon-running friends, for it is the one-year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing that killed three people and wounded more than 250 others.


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