A letter writer offers his research into the organization Tactical Civics, saying it smacks of vigilantism.
COMMENTARY: Officials with the Ontario School District have been less than candid about plans to close two schools. A change in tactics is needed, including more listening to parents and families.
In a letter to the editor, Eddie Melendrez offers thoughts on the community’s unhoused.
In a letter to the editor, the Steens Mountain advisory group says U.S. Rep. Cliff Bentz’s claims of tourism damage and overcrowding miss the mark.
With food insecurity on the rise, Oregon’s low-income families and individuals would be ill served by proposed changes to SNAP rules, writes columnist Juan Carlos Ordonez.
As an avid hiker and backpacker, I’ve been on many a trail – Pacific Crest, Continental Divide, and in several wilderness areas – Eagle Cap, Bob Marshall and Jarbidge, as well as stomping around in the Owyhee country. There have been beautiful meadows colored with wildflowers as well as obsidian[Read More…]
EDITORIAL: County officials who easily shoveled millions to the Nyssa rail project should now invest in an operating employer serving Malheur County’s elderly and injured. Pioneer Place should get money for repairs.
The turnout at the recent town hall session held by Pioneer Place officials was evidence that the community cares about the facility’s survival. Now it’s time for action.
A reader takes exception to Rep. Cliff Bentz’ recent comments on the Trump indictments – from the Aug. 23, 2023, Commentary section.
The Nyssa School Board needs to be open with constituents about recent decisions as the district grapples with a costly shift in leadership and an ongoing state probe into its troubled migrant education program.