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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.


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.

MY VOICE: Crowdfunding can bolster community

As executive director of the Northeast Oregon Economic Development District, I am constantly on the lookout for ways to support our region’s entrepreneurs and owners of existing businesses. Over the last few years, a grassroots funding platform has gained popularity, and I’m excited to introduce it to those of you who have never heard of “crowdfunding.”

OUR VIEW: Ensuring the safety of the grid

We live in a modern, high-tech society that seems faster all the time. Yet, our link to all the iPads and computers and even cellphones depends upon one thing — power.

When the power goes out a seemingly modern, 21st century culture is transported — literally in moments — into the 19th century.


OUR VIEW: Camp host a good idea

Morgan Lake is a cleverly hidden La Grande gem.


MY VOICE: Open primaries will encourage people to vote

While collecting signatures on Initiative Petition 31-IP-0113 to place the question of whether Union County commissioners should be elected on a nonpartisan basis on the May 2014 primary ballot, petition circulators heard voters are tired of partisanship in government, want politicians to put the interests of the community before their party’s interests, and want them to move forward to solve difficult local, state, and national economic and social issues we face today. 

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