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Letters, April 19

Could have been a feel-good story This could have been a plot for a children’s book. A good, kindly fireman is told about a roaming one-year-old bear who a...

Letters, April 14

Anti-vaccine? Check Grandma’s arm Your parents and your grandparents bear a small scar on their shoulder that they might survive, and your mere survival is...

Letters, April 1

Who slept through civics? On Sunday, Jim Tribbey’s letter criticized State Sen. Jeff Golden, contending that majority rule is “running roughshod over every...

Letters, March 31

Consider sewage treatment options I’m trying to find out why there has been no cost-benefit analysis of abandoning the Ashland wastewater treatment plant ...

Online letters

Racial definitions lack rigor. When I was a teen growing up near Los Angeles, I used to watch weekly The Pabst Blue Ribbon boxing matches. One match that stood ...

Letters, March 23

Racist incident in Talent. One of our daughters lives in Talent. On Saturday she and our 5-year-old granddaughter, both Asian American, were in their front yard...

Letters, March 16

Painted boxes add character. Thank you for the article on the painted utility boxes in Ashland. It is my dream that all the utility boxes in town will be painte...

Online letters

Wolf killing is not hunting. Concerning the recent article about reinstating the "hunting" of wolves by Republicans and hunters: Shooting wolves from motorized ...

Letters, March 11

Marsh is effective. Researching Oregon's rent/eviction moratorium recently, I was able to speak with lobbyists in Salem for both tenants and landlords. Both sid...

Letters, March 9

Alert systems open to all. On Sunday, March 7, on page 2A, Iris M. Crawford wrote that communities of color and other marginalized groups are disproportionately...

Letters, March 6

North Mountain Park. Faced with tough decisions on funding city operations during pandemic recovery, let us not forget North Mountain Park. Park programs have b...

Letters, March 5

Meeting offers reassurance. In times of crisis, many people turn to their faith tradition and faith leaders for direction and reassurance. At South Mountain Fri...

Letters, March 4

Shocked by changes. Mr. Saslow: We have subscribed to the Ashland Tidings paper for 31 years, through thick and thin, and were shocked to read your piece last S...

Letters, March 3

Bentz has failed his district. Eight weeks into his first Congress, Rep. Cliff Bentz has failed this district. Rep. Bentz voted with every other House Republica...

Letters, March 2

Fortunate to live here. We are so fortunate here in Southern Oregon to have uniquely skilled and accomplished nonprofit organizations working for the future of ...

Letters, March 1

Preserve Lincoln Park. I'm concerned about the future of Lincoln Park, located on the corner of Beach and Henry streets near SOU in Ashland. My daughters learne...

Letters, Feb. 27

Grateful for vaccines. The people I work with daily depend on reliable health care. In addition to the pandemic posing serious health risks for most of them, th...

Letters, Feb. 26

Support outdoor tourism. I applaud Travel Ashland Director Catherine Cato for promoting outdoor recreation as the future driver of Ashland's diversified tourism...

Letters, Feb. 25

Almeda fire. Our family, friends and property were impacted by this tragic event. As we move forward with rebuilding, there have been some frustrations with the...

Letters, Feb. 16

Senators violate their oath. On Saturday, Senate Republicans violated their oath to defend the Constitution against all enemies, and undermined its framework cr...