Letters: Tariffs threaten jobs; Bend should sponsor movie nights; Don’t hurt pain victims; Wyden and New York

Tariffs threaten jobs President Trump continues his trade wars with China. The latest tariff on … Read more

Editorial: Removing Shevlin Park bridge may be right, but it feels so wrong

Affection for covered bridge may be deeper than park district believes

The Bend Park & Recreation District can, and has, made a completely reasonable case to … Read more

Editorial: State, feds must walk fine line

American health officials are, with good reason, working to get the nation’s opioid addiction problems … Read more

Editorial: Darkness not a win for all

The Bend City Council is poised to discuss the idea of making city skies darker … Read more

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Editorial: Judge deals blow to enviro group in local dam lawsuit

U.S. District Court Judge Michael Simon recently dismissed the case filed by the Deschutes River … Read more

Editorial: Redmond council makes a sound decision on taxes

The Redmond School Board decided Wednesday to put a $69.7 million bond on the November … Read more

Editorial: Public kept in the dark

Deschutes County planning commissioners meet Thursday to work on proposed changes to the county’s rules … Read more

Editorial: Forest Service skipped public input when limiting parking pass

The U.S. Forest Service pulled a switcheroo on the Northwest Forest Pass without asking the … Read more

Editorial: County finally kicks off audit of radio system

Starting about 8 months ago, The Bulletin began reporting on the problems of Deschutes County’s … Read more

Editorial: No magic bullet for PERS

You’d think, with the state Public Employees Retirement System’s pension funds showing a whopping 15.4 … Read more

Editorial: Don’t make housing more costly in Sisters

It’s a pipe dream that the proposed Sisters affordable housing tax is going to accomplish … Read more

Editorial: Farmers need USDA help

It’s bad enough farmers in Wasco and Sherman counties have watched their wheat crops go … Read more

Editorial: The county comes to Bend’s rescue

Bend is soon going to need to expand its boundaries, again. The city arguably already … Read more

Editorial: State is behind on regulating pot

A new report from the Oregon High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area reaffirms that the state’s … Read more

Editorial: Liquor commission accidentally makes the case for tax-limiting ballot measure

Booze panel shows what happens when it’s easy for officials to squeeze the public

On July 5, an initiative petition that would make it more difficult for lawmakers to … Read more

Editorial: Public deserves to hear of teachers’ missteps

Oregon’s Teacher Standards and Practices Commission is the official watchdog over the state’s educators, disciplining … Read more

Editorial: Correcting the 911 radio system flop

Deschutes County commissioners have been on a mission to get the county’s new $5 million … Read more

Editorial: Atkins shoots from the hip

It’s official. Knute Buehler is a legal resident of Bend, according to Deschutes County Clerk … Read more

Editorial: Mark Roberts provides an excellent reason not to vote for him

You may never have heard of Mark Roberts. The White City man is running as … Read more

Editorial: Some union employees may be owed a refund

Public employee unions in Oregon represent a lot of good people who do good things … Read more

Editorial: Bend should not sponsor movie nights

A quick question: Should the city of Bend sponsor movie nights? The quick answer: No … Read more

Editorial: Work to make Smarter Balanced work

The Bend-La-Pine School Board has it backwards. Rather than working to persuade lawmakers to dump … Read more

Editorial: An inconvenient cost for going green

We’d love to hear the plan that Bend’s Climate Action Steering Committee is coming up … Read more

Editorial: Sewer proposal seems fair

Nearly 3,000 homes inside the city limits of Bend are not hooked to the city’s … Read more

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Editorial: County should keep being open about radio problems

By now you’ve probably read about the problems experienced by users of Deschutes County’s new … Read more

Editorial: Oregon’s war on cars aims to make drivers miserable

Get ready for more congestion, fewer parking spaces

In a recent editorial, we mentioned the “war on cars” being waged in Bend, which … Read more

Editorial: Residents, tourists both must pay for roads

A city committee looking for ways to bring Bend’s roads up to snuff is aiming … Read more

Editorial: Oregon should track record requests

Oregon’s public records law could be getting some changes in the next legislative session. Ginger … Read more

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Editorial: The Oregon Democratic Party’s geographic snobbery

Party faults Central Oregon gubernatorial candidate for doing what state’s size, development patterns require

Recent polling suggests that Republican challenger Knute Buehler is in a dead heat with Gov. … Read more

Editorial: A good deal for all

Bend city councilors are likely to be asked later this year to approve an agreement … Read more

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