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Letters, Sept. 19

Noise ordinance needed I live in Nauvoo Mobile Home Park, across Bear Creek from Eagle Mill Farm at Exit 19 on I-5. Periodically, loud parties are held at ...

Letters, Sept. 14

Remembering Sept. 8 Although I’ve matured and moved on from much religious fantasy and pessimism, there are a few, albeit depressing, shades of wisdom in t...

Letters, Sept. 10

Defectors vs. cooperators Upon arriving at a party, “defectors,” thinking the host has provided too little pizza to last the evening, take three slices. Wh...

Letters, Sept. 13

Stop cougar, bear hunting Recent wildfires have devastated Oregon’s forests and destroyed habitat for countless species, including cougars and black bears....

Letters, Sept. 12

It’s time to push back Hospitals across the country and in our county are in danger of collapse. Cancer and stroke patients are without beds and are being ...

Letters, Sept. 9

Vaccine mandates Alan DeBoer opposes vaccine mandates (letter, Sept. 5). His second argument implies a freedom to die. I agree. There ought to be a right t...

Letters, Sept. 8

God’s call for vaccination To my Christian friends and neighbors who are looking for guidance on COVID-19 vaccinations, look no further than the Old and Ne...

Letters, Sept. 7

City betrays community The city of Ashland has betrayed the community once again by catering to a small but loud minority. Parks and Recreation has convert...

Letters, Sept. 6

Wyden’s support appreciated As an owner of a business that depends on clear water and rivers, I applaud Sen. Ron Wyden for advancing the River Democracy Ac...

Letters, Sept. 5

Writer didn’t live to see letter I am Ron Constable’s wife. Two days after his letter of Sept. 1 was emailed to the Mail Tribune, Ron was taken to Asante ...

Letters, Sept. 3 Mail Tribune readers

Commissioners Our county commissioners tell us about the good job they’ve done fighting COVID-19. They told us they did a good job with last year’s fire em...

Letters, Sept. 2

Think of greater good I am so grateful to the health care professionals who are doing the incredibly hard job caring for the acutely and critically ill pat...

Letters, Sept. 1

Please I’m finding it harder and harder to get out of bed in the morning. After the second summer in a row of smoky air and pandemic restrictions, I don’t ...

Letters, Aug. 31

American growing pains We’re a proud nation of laws. Over time, we’ve moved to settle soundly many perennial debates. We’ve done so regarding the instituti...

Online letters

National security People are saying we can’t trust our National Security to the Taliban; I say we shouldn’t trust our National Security to Taliban Joe any ...

Letters, Aug. 30

Deeply disappointed Jackson County is now in the center of a major COVID-19 outbreak, an overwhelming rate of hospitalizations and a steadily increasing nu...

Letters, Aug. 28

Protest was despicable As nurses and providers who risk their lives every day looked on, hundreds, perhaps thousands, protested in front of Rogue Valley Me...

Letters, Aug. 27

Water for animals I live in a rural area just outside Talent where we share the land with deer, coyotes, squirrels, raccoons, barn owls and hawks. It didn’...

Letters, Aug. 26

Commissioners fail us again Sunday’s editorial on COVID contains a typically non-committal message from Commissioner Rick Dyer, who limply suggests that “n...