Heidt arbitration appeal ill-advised and unworthy

We cannot understandy why the McMinnville police union decided to appeal Tim Heidt’s dismissal from the force

Oregon moves forward with new marijuana law

The bill does not attempt to find solutions to the weak oversight of who gets a card

Good time to acknowledge a few downtown blemishes

It’s good to step back and look through the eyes of someone seeing the area for the first time

Others Say 7/26/13

Selected editorials from other Oregon newspapers

Marcus Larson/News-RegisterLily Murray enjoys watching kitten play with dangling wine corks in the Willamette Valley Wines window last weekend. Homeward Bound Pets displayed adoptable pets during Turkey Rajma.

Turkey Rama's transitions move into rear view mirror

Stronger working partnerships continue to improve McMinnville’s hometown celebration

Others Say 7/19

Selected editorials from other Oregon newspapers

Let's have another go at 'grand bargain' on PERS

Oregon’s 2013 regular session is going to be widely viewed as an abject failure, and appropriately so

Not enough confidence in Columbia River Crossing

The Columbia River Crossing bridge project could have used some lessons from the campaign for the Newberg-Dundee Bypas

An ode to what's right in today's America

Really, it's not that bad, folks. 

Others Say 7/5/13

Selected editorials from other Oregon newspapers

Wallace Bridge project needs support from political leaders

Oregon’s top political leaders need to climb aboard in strong support of the vision for a world-class equestrian resort.

Justice served at MPD; now it's time to move on

Admiration for McMinnville police officers was jarred this year bythe story about an officer’s violent, unprovoked, 2010 attack

Lamenting the loss of a daily home newspaper

The Oregonian, the state’s oldest and largest newspaper, rocked the journalism world last week

Anniversary of and use law good time for improvements

Despite the law's shortcomings, the numbers speak for themselves

Spate of drownings reminds Oregonians about water risks

 Flotation devices would have saved most of those who die in such accidents

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