Month: August 2018

Rumor vs. news

By LYNDON ZAITZ There are friends and colleagues I know who do not watch TV news nor read any newspapers. Media has been so dominated by negative, divisive news that some people have turned a blind eye to anything resembling...

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Move Over law in spotlight

The very professionals who earn a living from highway accidents are now taking to the streets to promote highway safety and help safeguard the lives of fellow first responders. The American Towman Spirit Ride is continuing on...

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For undecided voters in Keizer

To the Editor: Imagine a friend comes to you with an opportunity to go in on an investment together. Your friend gives you the background information and makes a convincing, passionate pitch. It’s a bit risky and would require a...

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The human side of JROTC

By TED SPINK I want to talk about the AFJROTC unit at McNary High School. AFJROTC stands for Air Force Junior Officer Training Corps. Currently our JROTC unit is getting ready for the new year and this is the time to become part...

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Women can change the world

Some of the finest, most helpful and brightest people I have known are women.  As a rule, for me, women tend to be more thoughtful, generous and caring than so many of the macho-burdened guys I’ve known. This bias of mine began...

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