Day: April 13, 2012

Pencils, no brushes

People who love art, people who like art and people who are indifferent to art, will all find something to marvel at when they visit 21st Colored Pencil Exhbit at the Enid Joy Mount Gallery at the Keizer Heritage Center. Colored...

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No way to run a government

A Box of Soap By DON VOWELL Mitt Romney lost the 1994 Massachusetts Senate election to Ted Kennedy, in part because Sen. Kennedy successfully painted Romney as a heartless businessman more interested in profit than in the...

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Dressing up? How embarrassing

When I was in high school, there was a good-looking senior named Juan who was friends, it seemed, with everybody.  Juan unfailingly used every Friday of the school year as an excuse to dress up.  He looked snappy on Mondays...

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Credit Prothero for expanded library

To the Editor: Thanks for the information and recognition provided in your editorial (They made a library, April 6) about the Keizer Community Library. I would remind you that much of the planning and actions taken related...

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What is wrong with high gas prices?

To the Editor: High gas prices are not a singular issue. Even if it was, that in itself would severely hurt family budgets. The government and media speak about gas prices as if it is unrelated to anything else. The problem is...

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