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Letters, Nov. 24

Bentz town hall: another view During his November town hall, Rep. Cliff Bentz made his conservatism clear, reiterating repeatedly his support for President...

Letters, Nov. 23

Supporting GPHS students My name is David English and I am a GPHS 1989 alumni living overseas in South Korea. I am writing today to state how proud I am of...

Letters, Nov. 21

An attitude of gratitude ’Tis the season of thankfulness. It touches everyone around us. It holds only a consciousness of embracing the moment; a glimpse o...

Letters, Nov. 17

Mail non-service We live in an area that for the past 25 years has had great mail service. Suddenly mail is delivered after 7:30 p.m. instead of 11 a.m.-2 ...

Letters, Nov. 16

Wastewater and Bear Creek Thank you for your thoughtful article about Bear Creek and the possibility of conveying wastewater from Ashland to Medford. Lower...

Letters, Nov.15

Nick on Nick Nicholas Goldberg, in the Nov. 11 Tribune, gave an interesting — and disparaging — history of the fate of writers who have run for public offi...

Letters, Nov. 14

Picking on pickleball I attended a meeting of the Jacksonville Parks and Recreation Committee Tuesday evening at the Jacksonville City Hall. The main agend...

Letters, Nov. 10

Ditch your gas leaf blower Noisy leaf blowers can really spoil the tranquility of an autumn day. And it turns out they are better at blowing out pollution ...

Letters, Nov. 9

Columbus congestion Why would the city of Medford change Columbus Avenue from two lanes on each side to one? I’m guessing to slow traffic down and make it ...

Letters, Nov. 7

You, too, will be canceled Let’s imagine that you’ve lived a noble life — by early 21st century standards — and become a person of historical note. But ear...

Letters, Nov. 3

Renaming John Muir school I was surprised to see students at John Muir Outdoor School virtually unanimous in supporting the canceling of Muir’s name. As a ...

Letters, Nov. 1

Freedom to choose Ted Vogel’s letter Sunday, Oct. 24 trumpets his desire to “have a choice of what we put in our bodies.” I couldn’t agree more. But that ...

Letters, Oct. 31

Vaccines Tod Vogel writes that anti-vaxxers protesting in Ashland were there to ”stand for medical freedom, body autonomy, and choice” (Sunday, Oct. 24). L...

Letters, Oct. 29

Time for change As cofounders of the John Muir School in Ashland, we support the School Board committee’s consideration to change the school’s name. John M...

Letters, Oct. 22

Quiet racism In a quiet signing ceremony in July, Gov. Kate Brown signed a bill about which OregonLive asserted, “For the next five years, an Oregon high s...

Letters, Oct. 28

Muir I might be ready to reconsider the renaming of the John Muir school but only after the Jackson County commissioners propose renaming the county. Andre...

Letters, Oct. 27

A mistaken vote I want to publicly admit a mistake I made on voting for the 2021-23 Ashland city budget. At the April Budget Committee meeting, I supported...

Letters, Oct. 26

Seniors and tax hikes While we don’t want to look a gift horse in the mouth, the government increase of 5.9% for Social Security, especially if one partner...

Letters, Oct. 25

Vote no on ballot measure Spend a great deal to get folks to vote to make the county assessor’s office an appointed one forever filled in future by county ...

Letters, Oct. 24

Article didn’t capture spirit I attended the Oct. 18 gathering in Ashland that your publication reported on, with the headline, “Vaccine mandate deadline d...