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On page A2 edition of the March 11, 2020, edition of the East Oregonian, we saw the headline "Eastern Oregon hospital leader peddles virus misinformation." The writer is Emily Cureton of Orego…

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It’s time. No, it’s past time to end the Pendleton Development Commission program. The emphasis to restore a brick-and-mortar retail environment to Main Street in a rapidly expanding era of in…

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In response to Bill Aney's recent column, Idaho bear and cat numbers are kept in balance by sportsmen. Goals are set by the Fish & Game department, maintaining balanced populations of both…

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At the recent Umatilla Tribal General Council meeting in January, Sandy Sampson, tribal treasurer, gave her quarterly treasurer's report. The report included the nonconfidential financial situ…

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The column “Oregon should adopt a universal basic income,"
 written by Kevin Frazier, incorporates some great points, but lacks the proper
 details and limitations to make a proposal like this…

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The people-powered candidate: The Oregon Secretary of State serves all of Oregon’s 36 counties as chief auditor, administrator, and elections officer. Jamie McLeod-Skinner is the only candidat…

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Russia has once again amped up covert disinformation campaigns to undermine our 2020 election in an effort to divide Americans and sow chaos and distrust. The Senate Intelligence Committee has…

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We’ve been bombarded by a constant litany about all the corruption in Ukraine by the oligarchy. I was curious about the definition of this type of government. The dictionary shows this to be a…

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This is a response to recent spate of articles in the East Oregonian attempting to show Oregon’s cap-and-trade bill in a bad light, which highlight consideration of major legislation in a shor…

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The oblivious hypocrisy of Trump supporters is staggering. They are rabid for Biden to be investigated, including their full support of pressuring and blackmailing another country to do it for…

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We were driving back from a ski trip to Park City, Utah, on Jan. 17, 2020. Heavy snow along the road most of the way, and more in Idaho and Utah than in Oregon. This trip made me sad about the…

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Sen. Bill Hansel, I am an Oregon grandfather writing on behalf of my kids and grandchildren — and yours — and children and grandchildren everywhere. While, as an 80 year old, I will not live t…

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In small towns and rural areas, depending on your neighbors is a way of life. We pride ourselves in taking care of each other when needed, regardless of the things that separate us, like polit…

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I want to add my name to the list of people who are mourning the untimely death of one
 great guy — Scott Fairley. Scott was not a close friend, but you didn’t have to be one to 
be treated li…

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Once again, the East Oregonian is criticizing the Oregon Legislature’s attempts to deal with reducing greenhouse gas emissions and climate change. Criticism can be useful, but when other optio…

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It’s heartening to see growing support in the Senate for limiting Trump’s use of war powers. Last week, the House passed a resolution to limit his war powers against Iran. The measure, althoug…

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The last few years have brought increasing political partisanship. It’s worn down our energy and worn down our trust in each other and in our elected officials. I hope that in our upcoming sho…

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Scott Fairley wanted to work with everyone on the council and had quite the sense of humor. I first met him up at KUMA while campaigning. The father of one of my friends scheduled me on a day …