Community asset passes prematurely at age of 63

KLYC Radio, longtime family friend and noted community contributor, died earlier today at the age of 63. It was all too soon.

Area keeps preparing for an economic upturn

Communities in the county have been engaged in a wide variety of forward-looking development projects in recent years

Changes in law and budgets driving new look at room tax

It has become difficult for McMinnville to continue its long tradition of opposing a transient room tax

Others Say 3/15

Selected editorials from other Oregon newspapers

Others Say 3/8/13

Selected editorials from other Oregon newspapers

Next chapter on horizon for local property taxes

Local taxing districts in Oregon have felt the pinch from a depressed housing market and reduced commercial/industrial property values.

For many, gambling addiction a clear and present danger

When we speak of addiction, we typically think of substances producing physiological craving when introduced into the body.

Exciting possibilities of a park for all children

Children of all abilities — including those with physical disabilities — should be able to play side by side

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Selected editorials from other Oregon newspapers

Sometimes, patient pressure best way to remedy wrong

When should the public intervene with visual blight?

School nutrition programs focusing on local products

Oregon continues to lead by bringing more nutritional options to school meal programs

Time for city to entertain conversation about taxes

Being frugal enabled the city of McMinnville to ride out the Great Recession of 2008-12 without either gutting services or raiding wallets

Others Say 2/22

Selected editorials from other Oregon newspapers

Others Say 2/15/13

Selected editorials from other Oregon newspapers

Setting prison sentences can be a difficult balance

When it comes to putting a lawbreaker away, how long is long enough?

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