How former bird hunter became enraptured with feathered friends who fly with wind beneath their wings
Searches for candidates to fill public leadership positions sometimes seem to drag on too long. And when a board selects a current employee in the end, it may lead some to wonder if it’s worth investing ...
The U.S. was declared measles-free in 2000, but the disease is back with a vengeance. The resurgence is directly attributable to our nation’s Internet-fueled anti-vaccination movement, which has ...
In addition to reading, many people enjoy discussing their favorite books, authors.
This week, I was mentally transported back 27 years to a dimly lit conference room in the Oregon Secretary of State’s Office. It was the site of a vile political ambush that became the source for ...
Guest Writer Guest writer Chrissie Manion Zaerpoor is co-owner of Kookooloan Farms in Yamhill. As a farmer in Oregon, I feel the pride that growing food brings to our state on a daily ...
One reason for change is many people enter our website with smart phones and tablets
Litter, trespassing jeopardize local piece of open land and clean water
Perhaps, governor's decision not to resign cautious stems from cautious deliberation
Editorial and background check system are puzzling, misleading and inaccurate
Oregon Hunters Association and Oregon Wild proffer their views on what to look for in next director of ODFW and ideas for increasing revenue
There’s little to slow the onslaught of every imaginable tax hike proposal
Precautions include watching for tax deductibility, pressure to make donation quickly, bogus charities
In the long run, net results mean much more than immediate consequences
Let’s not act as if it’s harmless to have pot drifting openly through Americans' lives