Editorial: Richardson would put money to good use

Secretary of State Dennis Richardson will ask the 2019 Legislature to finance a much-needed boost … Read more

Guest column: Don’t forget those missing in action

Of the 42 million American veterans who have served our nation during war and peace … Read more

Commentary: Why Bert and Ernie’s sexuality matters to LGBTQ people

On Sunday, the gay online publication Queerty released an interview with longtime “Sesame Street” writer … Read more

Voters: Support Crooked River Ranch’s fire levy

It’s up to the Crooked River Ranch Rural Fire Protection District to provide fire and … Read more

Editorial: Release the payment plan for Gorge fire

The Oregonian newspaper made a records request recently to find out details of the $36.6 … Read more

Columnist: How should we help the poor?

In an advanced industrial democracy like the United States, who should bear primary responsibility for … Read more

Commentary: The amputee who showed everyone

When he was 4 years old, his mother found him in the kitchen with a … Read more

Editorial: Democrats won’t be saved by La Bell

Party notables endorsed candidate who fabricated credential in Voters Pamphlet

Working Families Party candidate Amanda La Bell filed to run for the Oregon House of … Read more

Editorial: Doctors should make opioid prescription decisions for their patients

Some Oregon Medicaid patients with chronic pain could be forced by the state to be … Read more

Commentary: ‘Trump derangement syndrome’ is a myth

Conventional wisdom says the middle is disappearing from American politics. The Republicans have moved far … Read more

Letters: Establishment fears Adair; Walden is not listening; Don’t confirm Kavanaugh

Establishment fears Adair This is a response to your Sept. 13 article entitled: “Adair lacking … Read more

Editorial: Find a way to pay for dredging Mirror Pond

More than a century ago, Bend’s Mirror Pond was formed by a dam in the … Read more

Editorial: COCC board must be open, thorough

Directors of Central Oregon Community College soon will begin searching for a replacement for Shirley … Read more

Letters: Why no debate here?; The Walden of 2008 is gone; Vote McLeod-Skinner; Be kinder and gentler

Why no debate here? Dear Governor Kate Brown, As I sit in my Central Oregon … Read more

Commentary: China is not America’s next great enemy

If the lack of an external enemy since the end of the Cold War has … Read more

Editorial: Brown gets down and dirty

Monday, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown, the Democrat who is running to hold on to her … Read more

Editorial: Teen sex not always abuse

Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum issued an official opinion this week saying sexual activity between … Read more

Guest column: Walden is doing a lot to help veterans

A letter to the editor written by Don Kunz and published in The Bulletin on … Read more

Commentary: Once again, Putin gives us a lesson on the usefulness of the blatant lie

They were, they declared, just tourists. Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov — identified by British … Read more

Commentary: Regime change or stalemate?

Last week the Sweden Democrats, a right-wing party with roots in fascism, scored their highest … Read more

Commentary: Rethinking Lehman 10 years later

In the spring of 2006, I sat in a New York cafe with a banker … Read more

Commentary: Tucker Carlson’s take on diversity betrays America’s motto

Pierre Eugene du Simitiere, a name largely forgotten by history, was one of the seemingly … Read more

Commentary: Nostalgia for boring presidents

Gail Collins: Bret, we’ve had such a wild week, and soon I’ll ask you about … Read more

Editorial: Gov. Brown has a disappointing record on openness

Gov. Kate Brown swept into office in 2015, declaring: We “must strengthen laws to ensure … Read more

Editorial: Don’t delay scheduling a Congressional debate

Voters should be able to see a debate between Republican incumbent Greg Walden and Democratic … Read more

Guest column: Strong connection between high-quality child care and healthy communities

As children in Central Oregon and across the country embark upon the start of a … Read more

Commentary: We’ve so overscheduled our kids that doctors are now prescribing playtime

Last month, I picked up my children from their first day back in American elementary … Read more

Editorial: Fill hole on Culver ballot

As things now stand, at least one seat on a local city council will remain … Read more

Editorial: Wyden needs to do more for Crooked River Ranch

Rep. Greg Walden, R-Hood River, has a bill to help reduce fire danger to Crooked … Read more

Guest column: Trump has helped turn the world upside-down

Welcome to “Upside-Down Trump-World,” a land where our government does exactly the opposite of what’s … Read more

Editorial: To thwart Iran, save Idlib

The Trump administration has made clear that its top priority in the Middle East is … Read more

Editorial: Brown comes to the aid of imprisoned veterans

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown took on her own Department of Corrections recently, and veterans won. … Read more

Editorial: Don’t set up Bend transportation plan to fail

The city of Bend should be clear that its understanding of what the public wants … Read more

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