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I have to admit that I enjoyed reading both Allen Huffstutter and Charles Brown’s letters to the editor this week. As I first read Mr. Huffstutter’s letter I found myself nodding my head as I read along.

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Around the country this week, Americans have been speaking out. They’ve been attending demonstrations like the Women’s March on Washington, and hundreds like it around the country. They’ve been lauding, or pillorying, the new president in conversations around the dinner table and on Facebook…

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I know someone that can't stretch their food stamps out to cover the entire month. My question is why aren't folks on food stamps also provided a class where they learn how to shop, what to buy and how to fix the food? Could it be that it is just easier to throw tax payer money at the problem?

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Steve Jobs of Apple Computer said of leadership, “Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower.” Innovation, in my opinion, would start by recognizing that new way of assuring that the residents of Douglas County continue to have the services they need. Innovation would include l…

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I recently read a book named “Dark Winter” by John Casey, a weather scientist, who has just put Al Gore & the rest of the “alarmists” of Florida being under water in 10 years. etc. in their place. Casey said, “Climate change is only caused by the sun and the cycles the sun goes through w…

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WASHINGTON — The shortest honeymoon on record is officially over. Normally, newly elected presidents enjoy a wave of goodwill that allows them to fly high at least through their first 100 days. Donald Trump has not yet been sworn in and the honeymoon has already come and gone.

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In a recent Op-Ed printed in The News-Review Janice Reid accused me personally of blaming the Northern Spotted owl for the budgetary woes facing Douglas County. Reid also attacked Roseburg Forest Products and other private timber companies, essentially accusing them of bankrupting local gove…

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It felt like old times to see a letter complaining that Doonesbury should be placed on the Editorial page, not the comics. I first ran across Garry Trudeau a half century ago, when we were both at Yale — he in Yale College and I at Yale Divinity School.

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This letter is in response to the commissioners' decision to close all libraries in Douglas County. I do not understand the “infinite wisdom” of those who cannot see beyond their own noses to find a solution around saving our libraries. So now it seems their plan is to cut off their nose to …

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I love Roseburg. I have three generations of ancestors buried here and hope to be buried here, but I am in no hurry. But Roseburg has problems.

  • From The (Eugene) Register-Guard
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You have to say this for Scott’s Miracle-Gro, the mega lawn and garden company: It managed to unite Oregon farmers, grass seed dealers, environmentalists, scientists and regulators — groups that are rarely unanimous on anything.

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As the Douglas County Commissioners have clearly documented, the county is and has been coping with expenditures that exceed revenues — living for years off of reserves set aside during the glory years of timber harvests. As they have also clearly pointed out, this situation can’t continue b…

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In a country of more than 320 million people, everything must happen once. So it’s somewhat surprising that not one of the alleged post-election hate crimes committed by Trump supporters has turned out to be true.

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I’m feeling unfortunate for all voters who actually voted on Nov. 8. I also was offended with the media’s biased campaign coverage. Ironically, I don’t believe “we” were best represented by either candidate.

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Dr. Howard Bauchner is the editor-in-chief for the prestigious Journal of the American Medical Association which publishes original research, reviews and editorials covering all aspects of the biomedical sciences. In his Jan. 3, 2017, editorial Bauchner poses this question: Is health care co…

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WASHINGTON — In 1929, Chief Justice William Howard Taft convinced Congress to finance construction of “a building of dignity and importance” for the Supreme Court. He could not have imagined what the court will ponder during oral arguments this Wednesday. The case concerns the name of an Asi…

  • From The (Albany) Democrat-Herald
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A pair of legislators from central Oregon recently made a bit of news when they said they would not accept the pay raises for legislators that were included in Gov. Kate Brown’s proposed budget.

  • The News-Review Editorial Board
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We’ve all heard the saying, “Don’t talk politics or religion in the workplace.” These days you could probably throw in Facebook as well. It’s an old etiquette rule of thumb that has most likely spared many employees from being handed their last paycheck after too much was said around the wat…

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