Here we go again, a surcharge tax headed to the general fund. All money collected would go to the Jackson County Jail. Yeah, sure. We all know what happens to money once it's in the general fund.
Sen. Alan Bates, writing in the Tribune on May 12, finally sees jobs as a top priority.
The lessons I learned from Vietnam are:
I am one step closer to becoming a vegetarian after seeing the news item about lion meat being served in restaurants in the U.S. — Marty Lewis, Eagle Point
I personally benefit from the Southern Oregon Research and Extension Center (SOREC).
Planes, trains, automobiles and guns? All can be potentially dangerous, but by themselves aren't! Mechanical failure can disrupt function.
As an organization with a focus on students and how they are performing in our education system, Stand for Children endorses Paulie Brading, Jeff Thomas and Tricia Prendergast for Medford School...
I am supporting Jeff Thomas for Position 2, Medford School Board.
The May 5 article, "The high cost of Measure 11," is a wake-up call for Oregon to steer away from the kind of runaway prison system that's swallowing up California's budget.
I would like to show my public support for Ed Lindbloom as my choice to represent our community in Central Point.
Mary Wooding is running for a seat on the Rogue Valley Transportation District board in the regular district election held May 21. Mary is challenging incumbent Rick Dyer for the Position 7 seat.
We received a mailer regarding the District 9 School Board elections.
It's election time again, which means that you'll be hearing more nonsense from the Mail Tribune's smear machine.
I applaud the Jackson County Board of Commissioners' vote to oppose a proposed American Indian casino in Medford.
A couple weeks ago the police arrested Cameron Davis, who had seven outstanding warrants for over 100 mail and credit-card thefts. He spent one day in jail.
An April 14 Mail Tribune article incorrectly stated that Asante RRMC has Medford's only cardiac catheterization lab.
I've been seeing iris opening throughout the valley and wonder where they all came from. Were they a Mother's Day gift, a sharing neighbor, or did they come from some distant land?
I urge my fellow residents in Central Point School District 6 to vote to re-elect June Brock to our School Board.
The headwaters of the Rogue offer something for everyone.
State Sen. Herman Baertschiger's and Rep. Sal Esquivel's article on GMO farming (April 28) suggests a "folksy" local approach as opposed to a ban.
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