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Many are upset that people aren't wearing masks. Some signify how virtuous they are by wearing a face covering. Even driving their car alone, with windows up, they have their mask on. Others are outraged that people worship God without a mask in church. The coronavirus is spread by singing t…

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A mask should become our new normal attire. Disease researchers have made it clear that the mask most of us wear protects society from the wearer, not the other way around. Thus, can we not live the Christian New Testament commandment, "Do others as you would have them do unto you?"

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In our current state of political hysteria it may not be wise to pass legislation restricting law enforcements tactics. The chokehold is not about choking people, it is a carotid pressure hold that applied correctly puts someone to sleep in 3 seconds, for about 3 to 5 seconds — just long eno…

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The COVID-19 virus outbreak put unexpected pressure on an array of state and federal agencies and in at least one case, the compression created leaks that sprouted into wide fissures.

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I see where the state senator from Winston is complaining again that, as a minority member, he isn't being treated well. He complains that the majority leadership freezes him and his ilk out of the process.

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It has been years since I submitted an opinion letter. However, I need to address all the right wingers and left wingers with this article posted on social media recently. After reading it, all I can say is, "Get the point?"

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Since a good share of people already think we are named after David Douglas, Ken Carloni's suggestion makes the most sense and is the cheapest route. However, I personally prefer Elinore Gordon's suggestion of Frederick Douglass, if for no other reason that it would be a slap in the face to …

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Contrary to a June 23 letter to the editor (“Sen. Stephen Douglas Left a Complicated Legacy”), there is no way to sugar-coat this: Douglas County was named for Stephen A. Douglas, the senator who debated Abraham Lincoln over slavery and a staunch supporter of slavery. We need to come to grip…

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I wanted to reach out to the members of the Winston-Dillard school community and express my thanks for the support I've received these past four years. While it is with great consternation that I resign from my position of high school principal, I will be leaving with many great memories.

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To the letter writer who wondered what a citizen is to do in response to a letter from the IRS deemed unnecessary: Be sure to remember that letter when you vote in November.

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This is a response to an article in The News-Review on June 21 covering the anti-racist event at the Courthouse Saturday evening. I am responding to Chriset Palenshuss' reference to Stephen Douglas, when she accused him of being a racist and asked what are we going to do about it. I took tha…

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Trump is becoming more unhinged by the day. To minimize the virulence of this virus and to callously subject his followers to the disease because his short attention span has lost interest in the fight is despicable.

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This is in response to a letter published in The News-Review on June 18, under the headline: "Who's in charge of enforcing penalty."

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Act now to ensure fair, competitive elections. If you are registered to vote in Oregon, your signature is needed to help get Initiative Petition 57 on the November ballot.

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"What’s going on" were the words to Marvin Gaye’s 1971 lamenting: “Mother, Mother/there’s too many of you crying/ Brother, brother, brother/there’s far too many of you dying” — without a question mark. It was a statement.