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The sight was inspiring — a large American flag draped from the ladder of a fire truck outside of Enterprise City Hall on Friday, Sept. 11.

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Normally, I don’t waste my precious spare time responding to liberal narratives, without attribution (unsubstantiated). The exception this time is to educate a respected fellow entrepreneur. K…

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In 1950, when the North Korean Army invaded South Korea with Russian-built T-34-85 tanks crushing American soldiers and South Korean citizens, President and Commander-in-Chief Harry Truman ord…

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Trump is old and angry and he's picked up on some of our differences and exploited them. If you narrow our few differences in this county it boils down to guns and abortion, and, of course, COVID-19.

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In answer to Ken Hohmann's first question in his tirade against President Trump ("Many questions should linger for Trump supporters," Wednesday, Aug. 26), "What has (President Trump) done to m…

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Leaders of Oregon’s rural counties are right to be worried by the state’s emerging Western Oregon State Forests Habitat Conservation Plan. It has the potential to further shrink the amount of …

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The 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, which gave women the right to vote across the country and enfranchised nearly 50% of the U.S. population, was celebrated on Tuesday, Aug. 18. A cen…

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Hats off to state officials who announced last week new metrics for some rural schools to reopen, effectively injecting a high degree of common sense to a situation that was rapidly becoming y…

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This has been a week of bad news, worse news and occasional good news in Oregon government. But instead of recounting all those downs, ups and sideways, let’s check in on a continuing issue: u…

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Racism is learned unconsciously beginning at an early age. The “doll test,” developed by Kenneth and Mamie Clark in the 1940s, showed that most children, including colored, from the ages of 3 …

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According to the Salem Statesman Journal, “In the quest to escape COVID-19, people are flooding Oregon’s beaches, forests and mountains in unprecedented numbers.”