Here's a followup to a recent piece about the battle that Les Zaitz, the editor and publisher of the weekly Malheur Enterprise, fought (and won) to gain access to public records.
Recently, a Democrat-Herald guest columnist objected to the Albany city council’s decision to assist a local business by providing a $50,000 forgivable loan that will allow the new owner to expand and add new employees (Guest Commentary, Jan. 27). In return, the business is contractually obl…
Once again, government got it all wrong.
Kudos to Debbie Woody’s letter to the editor of Dec. 16, regarding COVID-19 (“The bottom line is deaths, not cases”).
So... the southern flowers have arrived.
A heart-warming story appeared on the GT front page on June 27 about a local citizen who dreamed up a plan to provide hand-washing stations around the city (“Inventor runs into trouble”).
Trump’s attempts to solidify his base during the current pandemic have proven to be nothing more than a reckless gamble with the lives of voters.
Whoa, Donald J. Trump. Let’s back up a little. When the virus took off, most countries, except the U.S., bought testing kits from the World Health Organization.
For the past several weeks the letters column has been saturated by supporters of Republican candidates for Linn County commissioner.
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