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Letter to the Editor

Letters, Sept. 30

Vote Sparacino, Abercrombie No praise or re-election should be due Sen. Jeff Golden and Rep. Pam Marsh. Senate Bill 762, which they supported, is a disaste...

Letters, Sept. 28

Pronouns are important I agree with the Mail Tribune editorial opinion that teaching matters, that first-graders can (and should) understand the nuances of...

Letters, Sept. 26

87,000 new revenue agents If 87,000 new revenue agents feels a little unnecessary to you, like it does to me, I have a solution! Since the U.S. is in a wor...

Letters, Sept. 25

Betsy Johnson ads I am watching the political ads for the governor’s race intently. I have noticed that despite Betsy Johnson’s assertions that she will br...

Letters, Sept. 23

Election issues As we ponder the many issues facing the nation in the fall election, there are two that dominate our thinking, largely because of concern f...

Letters, Sept. 22

Diversity I am writing in response to parents and community members who object to a nonbinary person teaching first grade. Mr Furnish stated, “exposure to ...

Letters, Sept. 20

Ask Bentz to support gun laws Congressman Cliff Bentz voted against the bill that would have banned the sale of semiautomatic rifles like the AR-15, used i...

Letters, Sept. 20

Vote for Rick Dyer My son has played basketball with Rick Dyer’s son since they were kids all the way through high school. Rick has always been a strong su...

Letters, Sept. 18

Reelect Golden Sen. Jeff Golden has qualities that every leader needs. He listens to everyone, he is open to input, he keeps us well informed and he gets t...

Letters, Sept. 15

9/11 On 9/11/2001, I was a deputy sheriff for a major department in Washington state. I was on duty listening to my AM radio as the events of 9/11 unfolded...

Letters, Sept. 14

Help restore Bear Creek Bear Creek Restoration Initiative is a working group that provides leadership on how stewardship along the Bear Creek corridor can...

Letters, Sept. 11

Assessor isn’t doing the job During the Sept. 8 Jackson County Board of Commissioners meeting, a report of the review by the Oregon Department of Revenue o...

Letters, Sept. 7

Sprawl Brent Thompson is absolutely correct. We are experiencing continued sprawl here in Medford. City planners could do better. All these single-story of...

Online letters

Oppose changes to Title IX I am writing to sound the alarm about the Biden administration’s proposed regulations to Title IX. The U.S. Department of Educat...

Letters, Sept. 4

Resource waste thru sprawl Although the smarmy, nauseating title of Oregon’s recent anti-sprawl act, Climate Friendly and Equitable Communities, would offe...

Letters, Aug. 31

Editor’s note: This letter has been corrected from the version that appeared in the print edition Krause is the right person We currently have three b...

Letters, Aug. 28

A thoughtful suggestion Instead of building potentially catastrophic LNG and oil pipelines for the benefit of big business, foreign entities and politician...

Letters, Aug. 24

Why was McComas fired? Chad McComas was fired as executive director of Rogue Retreat on Aug. 17. Siskiyou Rising Tide and Siskiyou Abolition Project accuse...

Letters, Aug. 21

Wildfire risk bill necessary Kathy Lambie’s letter on repealing SB 762 is an unfortunate example of the sort of overheated rhetoric that too often substitu...

Letters, Aug. 19

Public defender agency Your Aug. 16-17 issues described the efforts of the chief justice of the Oregon Supreme Court’ to generate legislative action to pro...