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

Guest column: Steelhead in crisis, time for a management change?

Last year was one of the poorest on record for steelhead in the Deschutes. After … Read more

Letters: Dear Bend parks and rec; Presidential economics; Your voter matters, register!; Remembering John McCain and voting

Dear Bend parks and rec The covered bridge in Shevlin Park is a reflection of … Read more

Editorial: Gov. Openness should release records

For all the talk from Gov. Kate Brown of supporting government openness and transparency, she … Read more

Editorial: Honor Plants and don’t stop there

The Bend-La Pine School Board is scheduled to discuss honoring retired Mountain View High School … Read more

Guest column: Charge a mandatory fee for plastic bags

I would like to respond to the recent guest column by Mary Ellen Coulter. I … Read more

Letters: Cost of a life; Free candidate forums; Celibacy is unnatural

Cost of a life A recent column by James Broughel discussed the federal government’s proposed … Read more

Editorial: No special treatment for neighborhood associations

Bend’s neighborhood associations are still a relatively new commodity, less than 20 years old. They … Read more

Editorial: Health-care taxes for the poor should be broadly based

When Oregon had a $900 million budget hole to fill for medical care for the … Read more

Guest column: Vote no on Measure 105

Oregon’s anti-racial-profiling law was passed in 1987 with near unanimous support from both Republicans and … Read more

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