I was saddened to read that most students see no harm in smoking marijuana; however, I was not surprised. They also think, generally speaking, that they are immune to risky behavior.
Regarding Charles Krauthammer's column, "Ukraine: The wages of weakness": Shame on Putin for trying to emulate President Bush, but even though my brain is convoluted I can't follow Republican logic...
Jackson County: Do you want Southern Minnesota Beet Sugar Cooperative, sugar companies based in Montana and others based outside of Oregon, dictating growing conditions to our local farmers?
What? A billion dollars to the Ukraine for "energy subsidies?" To which Ukrainian government? The one that just left town or the one yet to be developed that is in the midst of a civil war? And, to...
Americans of all political persuasions should be aware of the implications of a recent court ruling that threatens the Internet as we know it. The Jan. 14, 2014 ruling on a technicality by the U.S.
Regarding your recent Since You Asked column highlighting the plight of Oregon's-7 wolf and his meandering through Oregon and California, I am beginning to feel sorry for this lone wolf.
I've relied on my public library all my life, finding there the books I want to read and reread.
I am one of many job seekers and I am dismayed by the wages being offered by employers. Frankly, it's obscene.
Correspondent Carl Worden's free thinking must be commended, but thinking alone does not arrive at truth.
So after two weeks of school stoppage and resulting dissension, the teachers' strike is over. The strike was abundantly avoidable weeks, if not months, ago. So what have we learned from all this?
Doesn't it seem just a little bit stupid that after signing several absurd gun-control bills, the governor of California is releasing murderers and child molesters who were sentenced to life in...
The letter from Sheila Whitesett on Feb. 23 about Sweet Cakes was disappointing. She opines that Sweet Cakes declined to sell to homosexuals, and that is incorrect.
I saw it happen in Magnolia, Iowa. In the '30s, food was organic and milk was raw, fat and healthful. Health care was cheap and seldom needed.
Common core is another control issue. Dumb-down our children and this will make them easy to control.
After reading Suzanne Fretwell's Sunday, Feb. 16, letter, "Guns were not OK," I partially, but not totally, agree.
I read your article on Presidents Day, and googled a few articles... but this is what I remember. My schooling was in Newark, N.J., and Los Angeles, Calif. from 1943-1956.
Thanks to Ms. Shawkat (Feb. 13) for climate denier tips, but can alarmists evaluate data objectively?
In the Feb. 13 MT, you observed that Fox News deserved jeers for a commentator's criticism of (government) ban of tobacco in this CVS chain.
Medford's unemployment rate sits at 2 percent higher than our state average (November 2013, Oregon Employment Department).
Would Sen. Ron Wyden intentionally introduce legislation that could impair the future discovery of new medicines to fight human disease and suffering? I think not.
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