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Today's Opinions

  • Our Readers Write

    Thanks for weed-control efforts
    Editor:

  • Let’s look at senior property-tax break

  • Farewell on a high note: Nelson says goodbye

    By Sterling Nelson

  • Our Readers Write

    Band leader has praise for Jazz Fest
    Editor:
    I’ve been to the Evergreen Jazz Festival with my trio many times, and the friendly and appreciative audiences that attend this event make it a pleasure to perform there. We are always thrilled to get the invite to return.
    The folks who make the festival run have become my good friends, and I always look forward to seeing Jeannie and Ted Mann, Jim Reiners, Sterling Nelson and all the gang.

  • With Ryan, Romney kicks off real debate

    With the selection of Paul Ryan as his running mate, presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney has decided to make this election about ideas.

    Unlike John McCain’s VP selection four years ago, Ryan is a thought leader in the Republican Party, a proven fiscal conservative who promises to force a generational debate on fiscal responsibility come November.

  • Our Readers Write

    All points of view deserve space at library
    Editor:
    Regarding Dave Bagenski’s July 11 letter objecting to the Gay Pride display in the library:
    In other words, if he does not agree with an idea, he doesn’t want the public to have access to the information? I thought a library was supposed to be a source for all kinds of information, not just what one agrees with.

  • Really? These are our choices?

    Did you hear about Romney Hood?  He steals from the poor and gives to the rich. The response: That’s “Obamaloney.” And this is how we choose the leader of the free world?

  • Our Readers Write

    All points of view deserve space at library
    Editor:
    Regarding Dave Bagenski’s July 11 letter objecting to the Gay Pride display in the library:
    In other words, if he does not agree with an idea, he doesn’t want the public to have access to the information? I thought a library was supposed to be a source for all kinds of information, not just what one agrees with.