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Letters to the editor for February 24, 2014

Artley: Court action could be necessary to stop timber sale

To the Editor: 

Ranger Kris Stein, the manager of the Hells Canyon National Recreation Area, is accepting public comments on the draft Environmental Assessment for the proposed Punderbaugh timber sale until March 5. 


OUR VIEW: BMHA resolution needed

A look at our editorial page over the past few months has left some readers wondering what exactly is going on between Union County and the Blue Mountain Humane Association.


DORY'S DIARY: A movie that keeps you up all night

Most of the time I live a rather sedate and uneventful life.

Once in a while I do something on the spur of the moment or a little out of the ordinary, maybe because of the Daphne in me.


OUR VIEW: Concealed weapons conundrum

Guns and rifles are an important part of the culture of Northeast Oregon. Most homes probably have firearms for hunting and for home protection.


The 10,000-hour rule: Why hard work matters

Kevin Love is no Beach Boy, and living in Minnesota, as he does now, he is not exactly “Surfin’ USA.”

The 10,000-hour rule: Why hard work matters

Kevin Love is no Beach Boy, and living in Minnesota, as he does now, he is not exactly “Surfin’ USA.”

Public meetings bring their own kind of excitement

Believe it or not, not all public meetings are overflowing with excitement.


Winter Olympics inspires dreams

Nothing takes me back in time to the happiest childhood memories of watching television than the Olympics. 


MY VOICE: Letter skews facts about BMHA

This letter is in response to Jane Sabin-Davis’ letter, which appeared in the Jan. 8, 2014, paper. I cannot speak to the issue of a “hostile takeover,” so I will not deal with that issue. I am confused why Sabin-Davis and a handful of others are so adamant that the Blue Mountain Humane Association/Animal Rescue not be a rescue/high save facility. 


GARDEN GUIDE: Before you head out, get indoor plants ready

Before we put the spring growing season into full gear, this is a good time to take stock of your indoor plants.  

February is the month when you need to begin the addition of fertilizer to all your potted plants, but at half strength only. For cacti and succulents a good recommendation is one quarter strength but make sure you use only fertilizer specifically for these types of plants. Normal houseplant fertilizer contains too much nitrogen for your succulents. Even diluted, the chemistry won’t yield proper succulent growth.


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