Commentary: If Trump wants to work with Russia on cybersecurity, here’s what he should do

Last week, the president tweeted about forming a joint cyber unit with the country that … Read more

Editorial: Forest Service needs to explain tanker decision

As the U.S. Forest Service fights dozens of wildfires across several states, it isn’t using … Read more

Editorial: Bend is making progress on accessibility

In a perfect world, all of Bend’s streets would include ramped curbs that meet the … Read more

Guest column: Irrigators don’t own the water, we do

Whenever I am traveling around Central Oregon in summer, I get to see the Deschutes … Read more

Commentary: For Supreme Court justices, 18 years is plenty

Rumors are swirling that U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy, the Republican-appointed judge whose swing … Read more

Editorial: Stop deny and delay approach to PERS

Oregon needs to face reality when the state board that runs the state’s public pension … Read more

Editorial: Reinstate Madras JROTC program

If Jefferson County School District officials have learned one thing in the past month, it’s … Read more

Letters to the Editor

Site forced on community Recent coverage of Oregon State University-Cascades compels me to remind the … Read more

Commentary: Both parties responsible for health-care mess

For months, I’ve been watching in a sort of wonder as Republicans crafted the most … Read more

Editorial: Satiate the anti-car overlords

The urgent work of do-gooders to improve your life includes your relationship with your car. … Read more

Editorial: Congress should be part of national monument selection

Just over a week before Donald Trump became president in January, then-President Barack Obama roughly … Read more

Guest column: Strengthen Oregon’s cyberbullying law

In response to The Bulletin’s editorial on July 5, “Keep Free Speech Strong,” I feel … Read more

Commentary: A solution when a nation’s schools fail

BUCHANAN, Liberia — Imagine an elementary school where students show up, but teachers don’t. Where … Read more

Commentary: Private funding meets conservation needs and eases burdens on governments

Editor’s note: The writer is addressing the question, “Should landowners get federal tax breaks for … Read more

Commentary: Environmental land trusts are not always a good deal

Editor’s note: The writer is addressing the question, “Should landowners get federal tax breaks for … Read more

Commentary: Drive toward electric-car future picking up speed

Let’s talk about one of our favorite things: cars. And more specifically, how the internal … Read more

Commentary: Conservatives sour on colleges, understandably

Despite decades of talk radio hosts complaining about pointy-headed liberal academics, Republicans in 2010 were … Read more

Editorial: Sign the petition to put taxes on the ballot

Among the budget-balancing efforts approved by the 2017 Oregon Legislature and signed by the governor … Read more

Erik Lukens column: Limiting access to Central Oregon wilderness should be a last resort

Forest Service should focus first on enforcement, education and promotion of alternatives

When it approved the Wilderness Act in 1964, a high-minded Congress compelled federal land managers … Read more

Editorial: A perplexing court ruling

U.S. District Court Judge Ann Aiken granted leniency to a 44-year-old La Pine man guilty … Read more

Guest column: Bend’s parking report missed some things

The public needs to be aware of the Bend downtown parking report’s numerous critical omissions. … Read more

Commentary: Bungled collusion is still collusion

WASHINGTON — The Russia scandal has entered a new phase, and there’s no going back. … Read more

Commentary: What a London cabbie taught me about Uber

Much has been said about Uber’s multiple self-inflicted wounds during a period of very rapid … Read more

Commentary: Israel to U.S. Jews: You just don’t matter

To the casual observer, Israel never has looked more secure and prosperous. Its Arab neighbors … Read more

Commentary: Doctors shouldn’t decide if Charlie Gard’s life is worth living

By now, many of us are familiar with the case of Charlie Gard, a 10-month-old … Read more

Editorial: Dennis Richardson makes good change to petitions

Oregon Secretary of State Dennis Richardson announced Thursday he will make a change in the … Read more

Guest column: Expanding OSU-Cascades is ‘irrational’

Several recent articles about state bonding for Oregon State University-Cascades missed critical elements of the … Read more

Commentary: In China’s megacities, an unparalleled chance to observe and appreciate diversity

As a Chinese friend of mine was helping me buy a plane ticket from Kunming … Read more

Editorial: Suicide prevention bill is too broad and vague

Oregon’s newest gun control effort came from the best of intentions, nourished by lawmakers’ affection … Read more

Editorial: Raising the minimum wage and raising germs

Much of the debate over the minimum wage comes down to this question: Is there … Read more

Editorial: Cutting trail access may cut support for Forest Service

One striking thing about the public comments on the Forest Service’s proposal to restrict access … Read more

Janet Stevens column: In giving, volunteers ‘receive so much more in return’

Special Olympics Oregon (SOOR) held its 2017 statewide summer games Saturday and Sunday in Corvallis, … Read more

Guest column: Obama era’s failures created Trump support

Carlos Wysling’s July 9 Bulletin article lamented the end of the Obama era by stating: … Read more

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