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Letters to the Editor - Week of July 9

Letters to the Editor - Week of July 9

Editor's note: When we set out to do this week's cover story on the effects of a slower tourism season on Central Oregon's economy, we started with the assumption that there would be fewer tourists here for the summer than we've seen in other years.

Letters to the Editor 7/2/20

"Some Want You to Believe Protesters are Outsiders. Don't Believe Them."
Editor's note: This week in the life of a weekly newspaper editor: Co-hosting our latest Love Your Neighbor forum, with a panel of Black Central Oregonians.

Letters to the Editor 6/25/20

GUEST OPINIONS: An Open Letter to the Black Community from the Asian Community & Proud to Fight for Bodily Autonomy
Editor's note: This week's calendar—long a popular portion of our newspaper—is starting to look more like its "old self," filled with events, meetups and happenings from around the region.

Letters to the Editor 6/17/20

GUEST OPINION: To our elected officials and government leaders
Editor's note: Scratching the surface of police activity, policies and responses to local protests reveals that under the tranquil veneer of picturesque Central Oregon, a complicated, and sometimes dark underbelly remains.

Letters to the Editor 6/10/20

GUEST OPINION: Include More Diverse Voices In City Government With Paid Childcare
Editor's note: Black Lives Matter.

Letters to the Editor 6/3/20

GUEST OPINIONS: Let's Talk Optics & No Hero
Editor's note: Minnesota is my place of birth.

Letters to the Editor 5/27/20

Public support for the downtown open streets concept as well as the Core Area Project (CAP) report!
Editor's note: As is always the case in times of upheaval, some things that once felt like strongholds are now teetering on collapse.

Letters to the Editor 5/10/20

A call for wearing masks from an essential worker, ideas for the meat industry and more in this week's letters
Respect 5/4 I had to take my son to the emergency room twice in April.

Letters to the Editor 5/3/20

A call for more "pedestrianized" streets; support for a Congressional candidate
Revitalize downtown - 5/1 While there has been an ongoing effort to improve bike and pedestrian experiences throughout Bend, COVID-19 presents an even stronger case for devoting more space to bikes and people, and less to cars.

Guest Opinion: Strokes and COVID-19

Viral infections and their connection with strokes
Recent newscasts and information from various medical facilities are saying there is an indication that strokes may occur in people with COVID-19. Certainly this is a concern as we move through the pandemic.

Letters to the Editor 4/26

Thanking city councilors who supported a vacation rental ban, a reminder about suicide and support for a local candidate in this week's letters
RE: City Council Votes Against Enforcing Vacation Rental Ban 4/16 Dear Barb and Gena,


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