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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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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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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.

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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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The Oregon Department of Education released the number of homeless students for the 2015-2016 school year in late 2016 and an astonishing 21,352 are considered homeless in the state of Oregon.

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This is an editorial that was originally written by Francis Pharcellus Church in 1879 and printed in the New York’s Sun, in response to an eight-year-old girl’s question. It is one of the most reprinted editorials.

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The growing furor about U.S. intelligence agencies’ findings that Russia interfered in the recent presidential election begs for a unified response.

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It’s long past time that conservationists and timber interests start sitting down at the table together and compromising on solutions for how our government-owned timberlands should be managed.

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Today will be a day filled with food, football and family. And although it’s been a tumultuous year in America, it’s important to remember how lucky we are to live in a country where we have the freedom to express ourselves.

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In one of the most contentious elections in recent history, the polarization in our country between red and blue became more acute as battle lines were drawn in homes among family members, among coworkers at the office and among media outlets.

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Once upon a time, we were so dedicated to improving our community that we as a county banded together to form a single library system. It was well funded and fully staffed by professional librarians. The branches were open often enough that people could visit them regularly. And a beautiful …

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Facebook is a great place to watch baby pandas tumble down slides, take joy in BatDad yelling at his kids in a grizzly tone, or spy on your friend’s relationship status. But as a place to gather meaningful news, Facebook is possibly the worst place to be.

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Gov. Kate Brown says her budget proposal, released last week, contains cuts she finds “absolutely unacceptable.” She also calls her plan “a short-term solution, nothing more.” Unfortunately, that’s been this state’s approach for far too long: patch the leaks, tax the usual victims just enoug…

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