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Guy Kennerly is the choice for UCC Board of Trustees, Zone 5. I have known Guy for over 20 years and in many roles, from Winston-Dillard School Board member to coaching youth sports to Rotarian. No matter which hat he is wearing, Guy always works selflessly at a tireless pace to not only ful…

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We must end the lawlessness of city, county and state officials who think they are above the law and work to pick and choose which laws they feel should be followed. One way is to start with the top of state governments and with judges that do not enforce federal laws.

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It is rare for me to write a letter for the paper, but as I am already dissatisfied with some of the decisions that our new commissioners are making, what is one more thing? I am talking about their plan to build a four-wheeler park on the old Lookingglass dump site.

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Recently, we were introduced to Joelle McGrorty, candidate for UCC Board of Trustees, Zone 6. After a lengthy discussion with her regarding her views and commitments to education in our county, we are supporting her for this position.

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Chris Rusch has the qualities we need to serve on the UCC Board of Trustees: A proven track record of dedication to education in our community, the ability to listen to people and determine what needs to be accomplished and a background rich in experience that marks a well-rounded person who…

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Why is it that those we vote for, although claiming they can do the job, at any hint of needing to make a decision they want to spend thousands of dollars for a "study?" Is it just me thinking they were voted in to assess the information and themselves make an informed decision?

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I wish to express my gratitude and appreciation to State Senator Jeff Kruse and State Representative Dallas Heard for hosting their town hall meeting recently. It takes some serious dedication and sacrifice to report on the activities of a liberal-controlled legislature to a frustrated crowd…

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I would like to express my support for Joelle McGorty for the Umpqua Community College Board of Trustees, Zone 6. Given the fact that UCC is the only college in Douglas County, the success of UCC is of paramount importance. I believe Joelle McGorty will help contribute to this success.

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I have to share something that occurred at the Oakland dump on Saturday. We had been making runs back and forth with old fencing wire for the metal recycling. On the last trip of the day, I was struck by what I saw and my eyes leaked a bit.

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I am writing in support of Chris Rusch who is running to serve on the UCC Board of Trustees for Zone 6. Chris has long been a strong supporter of quality education opportunities for residents of Douglas County.

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Having known Chris Rusch for over 10 years as botanist for the Tiller Ranger District, and now serving with her on the board of the South Umpqua Rural Community Partnership, I know Chris as a passionate advocate for biodiversity in our region.

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The UCC Board of Trustees has been lucky to have had Chris Rusch as the Zone 6 board member since filling a vacancy in July 2016. Chris has been an elected and dedicated board member on the Days Creek School Board for 25 years. Her interest in education and youth opportunities reaches back t…

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If you’ve lived in South County for any amount of time, you understand the rivalry that existed between the Riddle Irish and the Glendale Pirates and the ferocity that teams would bring to the field on game day. As the head softball coach at Glendale High for a number of years, I had the unf…

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UCC and the entire community it serves will be fortunate to have Chris Rusch on the Board of Trustees, Zone 6. As a former community college administrator and current board chair at Days Creek Charter School, I have had time to get to know Chris and observe her commitment to public education.

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