Generally speaking, I am not easily riled, but after seeing the Oregon Health Authority's recent propaganda, I am extremely disturbed. Initially, the campaign appears to be a worthy attempt to inform the public of choices in disease prevention, promoting safe sex and ending HIV in Oregon. Un…
It could be another crack in the wall of Oregon's longstanding refusal to pump its own gas.
The 2016 campaigns drive home the need to reform how Supreme Court vacancies are filled. Both parties argued it would be disastrous to allow the other party’s candidate to appoint justices.
New movies and notable releases in mid-valley theaters as of Friday, (For complete Movie Scene listings, go online to democratherald.com and gazettetimes.com)
In a recent editorial in the Gazette-Times, titled “Tourism trends in the region offer promise,” Editor Mike McInally made some great observations about the growth of bicycle tourism in the area. However, we feel he missed the mark on the efforts being made to tap into this growing market.
My brother, Seth, and I have always enjoyed hearing stories about our great-grandfather, Col. Harry Shoup (also known as Great Pop Pops) who was a career fighter pilot in the Air Force.
Nine years ago, I was living in a little apartment in downtown Riverside, California. I was in a very dark place; sorting through my broken self after a horrific divorce, and barely scraping by as a single mom. It seemed like my life was a series of miserable, unfortunate events.
Kudos to Debbie Woody’s letter to the editor of Dec. 16, regarding COVID-19 (“The bottom line is deaths, not cases”).
So... the southern flowers have arrived.
A heart-warming story appeared on the GT front page on June 27 about a local citizen who dreamed up a plan to provide hand-washing stations around the city (“Inventor runs into trouble”).
Whoa, Donald J. Trump. Let’s back up a little. When the virus took off, most countries, except the U.S., bought testing kits from the World Health Organization.
Trump’s attempts to solidify his base during the current pandemic have proven to be nothing more than a reckless gamble with the lives of voters.
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