Opinion

Letters to the Editor: Remembering Harley, Reaching out, Helping Hands

Letters to the Editor for June 24, 2017... more

Want to be a better father? Get a bigger grill

Father's Day is when we fathers are revered for our wisdom, patience and, in a few rare instances, our neckwear.... more

Bill 494 is wrong, balance the coin, Trump is no genius

Letters to the Editor for June 17, 2017... more

Heart of community, bringing light to situation, Let president do his job

Letters to the Editor — June 14, 2017... more

American Flag stands for freedom's infinite notion

Ultimately, our flag stands for more than the past or even the moment we live in; it’s a reminder of the infinite notion of freedom.... more

Old battlefields of racism run deeper than the Deep South

As we polarize ourselves and choose sides to be aligned with, we can’t risk forgetting the thing that defines us as Americans.... more

Avoid labeling, come together, no more bullying — Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor — June 7, 2017... more

My commencement speech (should I ever give one)

Truth be told, it’s human nature to want to know all the answers. At the same time, culture discourages us from admitting when we don’t have them.... more

Electoral College, Wyden and democracy — Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor — June 3, 2017... more

Letters — Safe biking, make the world better, reasons for the sign

Letters to the Editor — May 31, 2017... more

United in the meaning of those many little flags

As adults, we tend to complicate things and ideals. It’s days like Memorial Day that I am reminded that a child’s pure, unbiased perspective is sometimes our best source of wisdom.... more

Letters to the Editor - April 1, 2017

Letters to the Editor - April 1, 2017... more

Letters to the Editor -March 29, 2017

Letters to the Editor -March 29, 2017... more

Autism awareness can lower a few raised eyebrows

April is National Autism Awareness Month... more

Biggest problem with ‘sanctuary’ is its lack of clarity

As a kid playing hide and seek, the concept of “sanctuary” was easy to understand; make it back to a designated spot before being seen and you were safe. Your biggest fear was another neighborhood kid giving up your hiding spot. ... more