Guest column: Richardson is unfit to represent us

Secretary of State Dennis Richardson has come under fire for remarks calling LGBTQ Oregonians “immoral.” … Read more

Guest column: Stop the bleeding

As my wife and I woke up last week to the news of yet another … Read more

Guest column: Stop using educators as scapegoats

Recently, there have been several misleading claims published around educator compensation. Some members of the … Read more

Guest column: In fragmented time, look to the Constitution

While discussing the state of our community with some neighbors, the recent NFL fiasco came … Read more

Letters to the Editor: BLM secrecy, union membership, flood insurance

BLM’s failure to do its job requires explanation Kudos to The Bulletin reporters and editorial … Read more

Guest column: More to the story of minimum-wage, part-time workers

In her column on minimum-wage, part-time workers, Janet Stevens only tells half of the story. … Read more

Guest column: Maintain the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument

Thank you for your Sept. 20 editorial “Cascade-Siskiyou should be shrunk,” which concludes with these … Read more

Guest column: National forests need active management

As Oregon’s wildfires near containment, there are discussions in Salem and Washington, D.C., about the … Read more

Letters to the Editor

Fires caused by incompetence I am one of the thousands of Central Oregonians who suffered … Read more

Guest column: Get involved in neighborhood association to advance livability

Bend Mayor Casey Roats, City Manager Eric King and Neighborhood Association representative Joshua Romero coalesced … Read more

Guest column: Anniversary of the rivers law is cause to celebrate

In the 1960s, the era of building massive dams in America was in full swing. … Read more

Letters to the Editor

The biking mess Bulletin editor Erik Lukens is correct in his assessment about cars and … Read more

Letters to the Editor

Collective bargaining works I am responding to the recent editorial published in The Bulletin entitled … Read more

Guest column: Redmond should not put a fee on utilities for police

On Tuesday evening, Sept. 19, the Redmond City Council proposed tacking on a “public safety … Read more

Letters to the Editor

New leadership needed It is easy to fall prey to political rhetoric. Ideas and ideologues … Read more

Guest column: Lukens sounds like Chicken Little

Erik Lukens used his Sept. 24 column to sound more like Chicken Little than editor … Read more

Guest column: Consider Tim White to replace Walden

I’m writing in support of a different sort of candidate for Oregon’s 2nd Congressional District. … Read more

Guest column: Common sense protection for Crooked River Ranch

Another fire season, and another summer in Central Oregon choked with smoke, and homes threatened … Read more

Guest column: St. Charles has been adapting to financial challenges

The costs of health care are front-of-mind for all of us. And St. Charles Health … Read more

Guest column: Streams pay a price for forest roads

On Aug. 26 The Bulletin editorialized about a recent research publication under the header “Forest … Read more

Guest column: Bend must implement its carbon reduction resolution

When the Trump administration turned away from the Paris climate accord, American businesses, local governments, … Read more

Guest column: The truth matters on Tumalo Creek

A recent bombastic opinion column by Victor Chudowsky muddies the water on Tumalo Creek and … Read more

Letters to the Editor

Mental health services need improvement As a recent transplant to Central Oregon and the parent … Read more

Guest column: Off-road playground planned for the Ochocos is wrong

Believe it or not, it’s hunting season. For many people, the fall hunt is about … Read more

Guest column: Park district shouldn’t block off the river

Can you imagine walking in Drake Park and it’s almost impossible to see Mirror Pond? … Read more

Guest column: Leadership needed to take advantage of technology

Please note The Bulletin’s Science Section on Sept. 13, illustrating the accommodations we need to … Read more

Guest column: Bend councilors should be transparent

The other day The Bulletin published an article titled, “Bend councilors at odds over rules … Read more

Letters to the Editor

Fix the climate Once again, The Bulletin’s editorial criticizing the City Council’s climate plan demonstrates … Read more

Guest column: Bend needs ADA improvements

The city of Bend has just completed a two-year, $3.7 million S. Third Street Safety … Read more

Letters to the Editor

Birth control should be available without co-pay It’s unbelievable that in 2017 there’s still a … Read more

Guest column: Some homes should have to pay new wildfire premiums

A recent editorial, “Wilderness doesn’t mix with civilization” (The Bulletin, Aug. 25), says the Deschutes … Read more

Guest column: Bring common sense back to our forests

Forest policy, in the public sphere, is often filled with proposals demanding the establishment of … Read more

Letters to the Editor

Bend needs action on noise Trying to say that only a few people have complained … Read more

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