“How many wrecks and deaths will it take before ODOT gets serious about the dangerous condition of this road,” writes Tillamook property owner Ginny Van Loo in a letter to the editor.
letter to the editor
A letter to the editor from West Oregon Electric Co-op District 5 Director and Board President Erika Paleck.
Deanna Palm is a Hillsboro resident and a former Zone 7 PCC Director When I think of Kristi Wilson, many qualities come to mind: A tireless worker with nearly two decades of experience and public service in Washington County. A champion in advancing career opportunities for youth and adults. A[Read More…]
Don Backman is a resident of Bay City. I read with interest the article which you published (“Letter to the Editor: Oregon Hunters Association, Nov. 11″) from Jim Akenson, Senior Conservation Director, Oregon Hunters Association, and Lori McKinnon, President, Coastal Farm & Ranch. They raise a very important point. While[Read More…]
By Jim Akenson, Senior Conservation Director, OHA, and Lori McKinnon, President, Coastal Farm & Ranch Oregon Hunters Association (OHA), a group of conservation-minded sportsmen, urges Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) to develop and implement a policy to enhance and conserve migratory habitat for big game, and all wildlife[Read More…]
Judy Hixson is a Seaside resident There is no question we are living in unprecedented times. Our state faces so many issues that could be rectified if our elected legislators and officials would Do the Right Thing! Our governor and her Democrat leaders have refused to protect citizens and businesses by[Read More…]
Gretchen B. Allen is a CPA and a resident of Astoria. Suzanne Weber is accused by her opponent Debbie Boothe Schmidt of wanting to reduce school funding because of her stance on the Student Success Act or Corporate Activity (CAT Tax) affecting Oregon’s small businesses. As a business consultant and tax[Read More…]
Vineeta Lower is a Seaside resident and a former Republican candidate for House District 32. In 2018, Representative Mitchell won by less than 5% and just a few short months later it was apparent that she did not represent the people of House District 32. Rather, she represented the big[Read More…]
Two letters to the editor have been submitted this week; for the duration of the electoral season, we will publish letters we receive every Wednesday in an effort to consolidate them in one post. Jan Mitchell is an Astoria resident. A consultant- created large mailer from the Republican candidate for[Read More…]
Now is the time to vote for our community of House District 32 and not for just a rubber stamp of Portland politicians. Suzanne Weber has my support and my vote because she will always STAND UP for the North Coast. I am a proud member of United Steelworkers Local 1097[Read More…]