Editorial: Things to do in Bend by 2050

Since Wednesday night, we at the editorial board have been raring to plan for Bend’s … Read more

Editorial: Change how vacancies are filled on the Bend City Council

When the Bend City Council was working on changing the city charter last year, it … Read more

Editorial: Possible topics for the Walden town hall

Rep. Greg Walden, R-Hood River, will be in Bend Saturday for a town hall meeting. … Read more

Editorial: Single district best for all

Jefferson County residents get their emergency services, fire and ambulance, in a way that most … Read more

Editorial: Legislature’s mixed messages on marijuana

Oregonians and those who work for them in the Legislature continue to have mixed feelings … Read more

Janet Stevens column: Neglect brings out the best in house plant

I learned something new — at least to me — the other day. Jade plants, … Read more

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Editorial: Class size an expensive, unproven ‘fix’

In 2018 state Reps. Margaret Doherty, D-Portland, and Brian Clem, D-Salem, introduced legislation requiring the … Read more

Editorial: Legislature shouldn’t force state to underwrite unions

When the U.S. Supreme Court ruled it was wrong to force people to support causes … Read more

Editorial: Improve Oregon’s public records law

People seeking public records in Oregon get all kinds of abuse. Public agencies ignore them. … Read more

Editorial: County should add rural housing option

Fixing Oregon’s affordable housing problem is going to come in pieces. The Legislature passed a … Read more

Editorial: Proceed with caution

Sometime this spring the city of Bend will begin work on a major new sewer … Read more

Editorial: Audit’s timing on target

On Jan. 8 the Oregon Secretary of State’s Office released an audit of Portland Public … Read more

Hedge fund called ‘destroyer of newspapers’ bids for USA Today owner Gannett

A New York hedge fund known for gutting newsrooms is backing a hostile takeover bid … Read more

Editorial: Bend climate proposals are not voluntary

The city of Bend and its Climate Action Steering Committee are “inviting Bend residents to … Read more

Editorial: A salute to the creativity in the Bend schools and state fire marshal’s office

We have learned again never to underestimate the power of human imagination. The Bend schools … Read more

Editorial: Let voters choose council member

When Ashton Eaton goes fast, he can bring home the gold. When Bend firefighters go … Read more

Editorial: Keep Oregon off the team

In 2003 major league baseball fans persuaded Oregon lawmakers to help finance a stadium worthy … Read more

Editorial: Let’s hear it for Oatmeal High School

If Bend-La Pine officials want bland names and no public input, why not go all the way?

Trigger warning: The following editorial commits microaggressions against a popular grain, bland school names and … Read more

Editorial: Walden recognizes shutdown’s damage

U.S. Rep. Greg Walden, R-Hood River, broke ranks with his party on Jan. 3. He … Read more

Editorial: Money shouldn’t be an issue

The Deschutes County clerk’s office recently charged The Bulletin $20 to share public records. The … Read more

Editorial: A misguided push to tax hospital property

Oregon lawmakers will have a doozy of a proposal on their plates when they open … Read more

Editorial: Satire may be too much for PSU

We’re guessing, but we imagine most of you are not regular readers of “Gender Place … Read more

Editorial: Keep student transfer law alive

Oregon students who wish to attend school outside their home districts may have trouble doing … Read more

Editorial: Bend school district misleads own staff about fire safety

The Bend-La Pine school district’s attempt to suppress its fire safety problems continued last week … Read more

Editorial: Sally Russell should resist push to make Bend ‘Portland Lite’

Bend’s first elected mayor in nearly a century was sworn in Wednesday night. Sally Russell, … Read more

Editorial: Get federal workers back on the job

Federal employees in Central Oregon, at least some of them, have been out of work … Read more

Editorial: Tumalo project a winner

It won’t happen this year or next, but the Tumalo Irrigation District is well on … Read more

Editorial: Hoyle’s work cut out for her

Val Hoyle, the Lane County Democrat and former legislator who takes over leadership of the … Read more

Editorial: Marijuana export proposal has merit

Oregon farmers have grown so much legal marijuana in the last couple of years that … Read more

Editorial: Law turns history into ruins

There’s an old, empty hotel in Corbett that the owners want to revitalize and reopen. … Read more

Editorial: How low should Oregon go?

Oregon Senate President Peter Courtney, D-Salem, hopes to persuade lawmakers to lower the bar for … Read more

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