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  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

  • So, 450 or more bicyclists come to Rogue River to "Ride The Rogue" last Saturday, pedal either 35, 68, or 100 miles, supported by over 200 volunteers, and you do not deem it worthy enough to come and find out what is going on. Never mind the proceeds from it are going to help connect a bike path from Grants Pass to Central Point and link to the Bear Creek Greenway, which runs from there to Ashland.
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  • So, 450 or more bicyclists come to Rogue River to "Ride The Rogue" last Saturday, pedal either 35, 68, or 100 miles, supported by over 200 volunteers, and you do not deem it worthy enough to come and find out what is going on. Never mind the proceeds from it are going to help connect a bike path from Grants Pass to Central Point and link to the Bear Creek Greenway, which runs from there to Ashland.
    You dedicate pages, huge photos, and columns to other "more worthy" activities in the Rogue Valley, but people whose ages run from the teens into the 80s and are out there pedaling in 90-degree weather do not warrant a single word. You missed out on a great event, but that is not unusual.
    Maybe, "Next year in Jerusalem." — Donald W. Lockridge, Rogue River
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