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Food shortages throughout the world. Store shelves empty of baby formula. Highest gas prices in US history. Decreased snow-pack in the Rockies and Cascade Mountain ranges. Water rationing in the Colorado, Deschutes, and Klamath basins. Protests becoming a near daily event. Brutal storms hamm…

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I'd like to second Mr Vincent's opinion (The News-Review, May 15) about the Idaho issue with one exception. While I share his frustrations and vision of the future, I have reached a different conclusion. Like he, I feel we are in the "death throes, politically, moving away from the citizenry…

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As a member of the Roseburg Schools Board of Directors, I served with a pride and humility for my community and our schools. I witnessed struggles and victories during my time with the board, and never once doubted the sincerity and resolve of my community to make sure our schools function w…

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There should not be much controversy around the school bond measure on next Tuesday’s ballot. None of us would let our personal residences age without significant improvements, and neither should we stand by while our school building improvements remain idle.

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For over 50 years, we have joyfully lived in Roseburg, where Dr. Bill served the dental needs of Roseburg children for 46 of those years as a pedodontist, and Mickie was a 4-H leader, the Coordinator of the OSU Extension Drug and Alcohol Program, and worked as a substitute teacher. We raised…

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I am proud to be an employee of the Roseburg School District. Our schools are doing such great things for our students in so many areas that speak to the values of our community. Our district works tirelessly to give our community’s children the education they deserve, and that is why Bond M…

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I am perplexed by the abortion problem in our country. When a pregnant woman is killed it is always considered a double homicide. When a baby is aborted/killed it is not considered murder because the woman says she needs control over her body. (Why doesn't she exercise that control over her …

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I am responding to the article in The News-Review on April 27 entitled, "Steelhead decision heads to court." There are two significant factors that haven't been mentioned in any of the articles related to the summer run of steelhead up the North Umpqua River. First, is that the genetic work …

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Education in Oregon is at a crisis point. Families and teachers have struggled through this pandemic. Students have fallen behind academically, and suffered emotionally. Our public school system was struggling even before the pandemic, the stress put on it by Covid-19 just laid bare those in…

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Just like me, you may have some misgivings about voting for anything that reflects negatively upon our pocketbooks, especially needlessly! Making a significant investment in an education system that seems increasingly questionable with regards to curricula and instruction practices makes one…

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Conservatives have stifled their opinions of Justice Samuel Alito’s leaked draft. Not quite sure what that has to do with GOP opinions? The scent of an upcoming victory for the Right to Life groups headlines a trend of changes conservatives want moving forward. Mitch McConnell has spent year…

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As Chair of the Roseburg Public Schools Board of Directors, I take great pride in what our school district contributes to our children and our community. We serve over 5,600 students in 12 schools. We employ 741 teachers, administrators, aides, cooks, custodians and support staff. We offer a…