A recent letter advocated voting on changing the names of public places, but those names were not voted on initially.
The Human Relations Commission article (“Diversity of thought: A look at Albany’s Human Relations Commission,” Sept. 6) was highly informative.
What on earth is going on with the city council?
Perhaps those who worry about climate change should consider the well-established reputation of the mature Douglas fir as a fire-resistant species.
In the Sept. 6 article “Diversity of Thought,” Professor Schwartz is quoted as saying “The concept of diversity of thought is really dangerous.”
What a refreshing journey back to what journalism used to be the Sept. 6 piece so aptly titled “Diversity of Thought” was.
Bob Wynhausen’s letter (Sept.6) perhaps misses one point of a previous letter (James Farmer) wishing Oregon had a version of the Electoral College.
There has been such a spate of letters in the G-T lately vilifying the task of saving the historic Van Buren Bridge, and casting unjust aspers…
“Winning isn’t everything, it’s the only thing.” — Vince Lombardi (1913-1970)
Is Takena Park prepping solutions for park use this winter? That’s my guess. Some structures that caught my eye, leading me to surmise what ma…
Woodrow Wilson, reluctant warrior who held America back from World War I as long as possible, then decisively won that war and created the Lea…
Keith Kolkow is running for city council in Albany and I believe there is no one who deserves your vote more than he does.
Are the city and county recognizing and factoring in the financial difficulties its constituents face?
Willamette Valley residents are fortunate to have a rich variety of arts events in which to participate. The Arts Center’s “Arts Alive!,” conn…