Letters to the Editor Jan. 12, 2018

Hats for the homeless? I have crocheted more than 400 stocking caps and donated them to the birthing center, cancer clinic, Union Gospel Mission and family, friends and neighbors. I still have more than ...

Letters to the Editor: January 5, 2018

Not what we paid for For the past few years, Social Security recipients have watched their monthly checks get smaller. The Obama years were the worst. It was first time since cost-of-living adjustments ...

Letters to the Editor: December 29, 2017

Acts of kindness Two incidents I experienced this holiday season, while small and insignificant in themselves, convinced me that the spirit of Christmas is alive and well in our community. First, on ...

Letters to the Editor: December 22, 2017

A load of garbage: I was extremely disappointed by the McMinnville City Council’s decision to divert local trash to a Washington state landfill. Riverbend is an asset to the community, no matter ...

Letters to the Editor: December 15, 2017

Letters from Colt D. Freitas, Scott Gibson, Lynn Crowell, Susan Meredith and Margaret Cross

Letters to the Editor: December 8, 2017

Council shows wisdom The McMinnville City Council voted unanimously last week to stop sending our garbage to Riverbend Landfill. Councilor after councilor cited ending the hypocrisy of the city outwardly ...

Letters to the Editor: December 1, 2017

Letters from John Linder, Chris Pagella and Elizabeth Van Staaveren

Letters to the Editor: November 24, 2017

It only helps the rich As if the Republican tax giveaway to all things rich and corporate weren’t enough, they are now conniving to sneak in a repeal of the Obamacare individual mandate. Republicans ...

Letters to the Editor: November 17, 2017

Cartoon misses point Comics like the Einstein one you displayed in last week’s Viewpoints show the typical kind of ignorance of many people, including your newspaper for running it. The comic implies ...

Letters to the Editor: November 3, 2017

Vote yes for public safety Citizens of Lafayette, In 10 years of involvement in Lafayette city government, I have never been more committed to a project as I am with the passage of Ballot Measure 36-189, ...

Letters to the Editor: October 27, 2017

Issue misunderstood The News-Register printed a story and editorial about me and my wife’s request to the city to vacate the right-of-way claim for part of Edmunston Street and the adjacent land. ...

Letters to the Editor: October 20, 2017

You go, girls Last week, the Boy Scouts of America announced that starting next year they will allow girls to join and be able to attain the rank of Eagle Scout. The motivation for the change came from ...

Letters to the Editor: October 13, 2017

Ban airliners, too I couldn’t agree with you more about your call for more gun control laws following the recent tragic mass shooting in Las Vegas. As a matter of fact, I’ll go even further ...

Letters to the Editor: October 6, 2017

Bard position To quote Shakespeare regarding the county administrator salary and the study for workers, the lady doth protest too much. A.M. Fernandez-Madrid Carlton   Landfill poses danger OPB ...

Letters to the Editor: Sept. 29, 2017

Parking not good Dear Owen Ronchelli, A parking problem is a good thing? So take away all the parking spots, and it will be even better! Duh! The new “motel” took almost 35 parking spots ...

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