Bicyclists, please remember
On the short-term rentals debate, there’s good faith to be found on both sides of the question of what regulations, if any, should be added to the city’s existing licensing requirements for temporary rentals including vacation homes and short term rentals.
Support orchardists: buy local
This is pear time.
Two weekend community events deserve highlighting for their local and regional significance.
What we saw hanging in the air around us Friday puts a twist on the old saying: “There’s smoke, where’s the fire?”
It’s a great thing when you see the connection between two apparently unconnected news items you read in the newspaper. (That kind of serendipity just doesn’t happen as well when you read online, can’t explain why.)
Estate sales are always bittersweet things, and in its own unique way that is certainly the case with the one at landmark Rasmussen Farms.
Church League softball ended another season last week.
At the request of President Obama, Governor Kate Brown, on July 21, ordered flags lowered to half-staff at all public institutions until sunset on Saturday, July 25 in honor of the victims of the Chattanooga shootings.
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You can count on the Fair for a blue ribbon experience.
Sometimes the lowest points need our highest vision.
Early summer has been a tragic time on local highways.
A real good time in real time.
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