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OUR VIEW: Drivers need to be patient

Oregon, the joke goes, has two seasons: winter and road construction.

MY VOICE: Reduction will dampen fire danger

Recently, I signed the Record of Decision for the Tollgate Fuels Reduction Project and began implementing a series of activities to reduce hazardous fuels on Umatilla National Forest lands adjacent to the Tollgate community.

OUR VIEW: Return of SRO is a good thing

The news that the La Grande School District intended to bring back a school resource officer has been around for a couple months. Still, we couldn’t help but breathe a sigh of relief when the district, Union County Sheriff’s Office and La Grande Police Department finalized a plan last week to make the SRO’s return a reality.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Monday, July 7


MY VOICE: Time to protect our long-term health

Chemicals invade our lives insidiously and have disastrous cumulative long-term effects on human health and the environment.


Healthy schools important

Oregon likes the pioneering spirit. The state was first in the nation to impose a five-cent deposit on beverage bottles and to save its beaches for public use and enjoyment. The state takes pride in having the nation’s deepest lake — Crater — and the nation’s shortest river, the D at Lincoln City.

OUR VIEW: Events put fairgrounds in spotlight

After years trying to find signature events, with many promising ideas starting with a bang and fizzling like a dud firecracker, La Grande has suddenly found two that could have staying power.


MY VOICE: The value of farmland in NE Oregon

We live in an area of the country and state that is rich in culture, history, its hardworking, patriotic and generous people and agriculture. Often, busy lives lead to forgetting the beauty of our backyard and taking for granted all that God has given us.

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