Have a grievance with your government?

Have a grievance with your government?

Sometimes it costs money to redress it
T his week, we've been witness to numerous discussions around public process.

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Letters to the Editor: Mirror Pond, AirBnb and OSU-Casacades

Readers Weigh In
In Response to, "Did OSU-Cascades Get the Shaft?"

The Mailbox

Why did Local Oregon Legislators Oppose New Distracted Driving Laws?

We dissect why Knute Buehler voted no.
Nearly every week, an alert like this comes into our newsroom from a local law enforcement agency:

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Letters to the Editor: Religion vs Public Schools, Gun Laws and More

Local Principal's Vision for a "Kingdom On Earth" Education Structure in New Public Schools.

The Mailbox

State of Emergency: The prospect of a failed real estate transaction, #inBend

D uring the Sept. 20 Bend City Council meeting, councilors sent a clear message to the community about one thing: When a real estate transaction hangs in the balance, our City Council will step up to declare an emergency to right the wrong—no matter what that might look like to those struggling to keep a roof over their heads.

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Letters to the Editor: Sept 25 - Oct 2

In Response to, "A House Divided, Does Short Term Rentals Help Solve the Housing Crisis" (10/1)

The Mailbox

Some people have transportation options. Others don't have "options" at all

A mong the things that can be said about the foibles of humanity, one thing seems to be true: We don't always choose the things that are good for us.

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Letters to the Editor: Sept 18-25

What Bend Really Needs

The Mailbox

Letters to the Editor: Sept 11-18

In Response to, "Bend Bypass Needs Major Surgery, Rapid Growth Has $120 million Parkway Clogged."

The Mailbox

Homelessness is not a crime. But good luck ticketing them for it!

O n Sept. 6, the Bend City Council unanimously approved a motion, that at first glance, might seem rather innocuous.

The Mailbox

Music is a business, too. Don't treat it different from other businesses.

Our opinion on the noise ordinance
Ah, the gentle sound of commerce.

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