Letters to the Editor for Sept. 12

Thankful for CAT; Ready to run?; more

Give blood: Three chances next week

Flags lowered: Remembering Sept. 11

The American Red Cross encourages eligible donors to help their communities prepare for emergencies by giving blood during National Preparedness Month this September.

Letters to the Editor for Sept. 9

Independent Party deadline; ‘Uncontrolled Experiment’; New jewel in the Gorge

Pull Together: Cranmer clean-up day is a time to remember, and to act

We all know which way the wind blows.

With learning, anyone can help reduce suicide

An op-ed piece written by Lissa Voorhees and Sandy Moses of Lane County was published, Sept. 11, 2012 by the Eugene Register Guard for Suicide Prevention Week, and was submitted by Susan Gabay of Mosier, a suicide prevention advocate. Her daughter, Susanna, took her own life in 2009 at age 19.

Letters to the Editor for Sept. 5

Se necesitan piscadores; Clothing needed; more

Labor Day: Drive with care, and take a moment to honor workers who can’t take a break

The good news for Labor Day 2015: according to AAA, gas prices nation-wide will be the lowest in the past 11 Labor Day weekends. More on the holiday in a moment.

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Big Art: This ‘Swan Song’ serves as a start, not a finish

Sometimes art contradicts its own truth, or at least the art work’s title does.

Letters to the Editor for Sept. 2

Well, not everybody …; Save plants; more

Soccer Assist: Kudos for thoughtful behind-scenes work

Talk about tending to the goal.

Letters to the Editor for Aug. 29

‘Great event;' Know your dog; ‘Families’ fun

Editor's Notebook: Roanoke tragedy asks, ‘are we slaves to our technology?’

How does one respond to the murders on camera of Allison Parker and Alan Ward Wednesday in Roanoke, Va.?

Letters to the Editor for Aug. 26

Letters to the Editor for Aug. 26