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Letter: Fire kudos

To the Editor:

Recent events have provided an opportunity for me to reflect on exactly the type of community in which we live. I wonder how many people receive personal calls within minutes of a reported fire from the chief law enforcement...

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Kudos to ESD

To the Editor:

We are writing to applaud Robert Waltenburg, Tim McCloskey and everyone who worked so hard to make sure the offices that lost their Internet and/or phone service because of the fire were back up and running as quickly as...

Secure your dogs
Mya Ennis urges people to secure their dogs.
Letter: Public demands a meeting with the FS
Herb Brusman writes about the firewood program "mess" on the Malheur Forest.
Letter: Speak up for roads

To the Editor:

The Forest Service states they wish the public’s involvement with the Blue Mountain Forest Plan Revision, yet why are they stonewalling the peoples request to participate?

As we have seen over the last several months,...

Letter: It’s Panther PRIDE

To the Editor:

I would like to take an opportunity to address Ms. Webb’s letter, published in the Sept. 3 issue, that talked about the lack of pride at Prairie City Schools.

As a longstanding member of the community and as a parent...

Letter: Plan Under Fire

To the Editor:

The Blue Mountain Forest Plan Revision may be under fire; it could also be said it’s under water. Fire or water, the so-called proposal needs to be aborted. Baker County Commission Chair Fred Warner, referred to the...

Letter: Pick up at school

To the Editor:

I have lived in the Grant County area for the past three years. In these years I frequently visited Prairie City, and I must say I’m concerned about some things I see at the Prairie City School.

Without fail, when I...

Letter: Stand up on road issues

To the Editor:

“One of the big misconceptions is that this is a travel management plan and we are closing roads and trails. A forest plan does not close roads and trails. It is as simple as that,” said Jodi Kramer, Wallowa-Whitman...