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We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. That to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just …

What do you think of the sentence “There’s multiple opportunities for youngsters?” How about “There’s many people who wish to travel?” How about “There’s a lot of students who wish to travel?”

Recent COVID death rates make me wonder if Governor Brown’s lockdowns are a vanity project, an attempt to imitate the draconian lockdown policies of New York and California, that have far more COVID deaths.

America has become a trashy nation. We are embroiled in trashy politics. We have trashy law enforcement and trashy criminal justice, where the rich and the white get better treatment.

I want to say thank you to all the truckers and the people who helped put this beautiful parade together. I’ve seen parades, but this one really put the tears in our eyes. It was beautiful. What a tribute to Gator. Love you cous.

Please, citizens be aware. Federal Government Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar announced directions for states to now vaccinate anyone over 65 years of age and older plus anyone with health related problems.

Conspiracies are ruining the lives of innocent people world-wide, that much is nothing new; it's when you "know it from inside their delusions" and see them not ever change after 18 years since first meeting, seeing others that one Conspiracy Theorist has so negatively affected, I have grave…

Call it an occupational hazard: People who edit and proofread for a living see typos everywhere. Day in and day out, editors get paid to zero in on mistakes. Those antennae aren’t retractable. The work follows you home, interrupts your news reading, pulls you out of stories in your fiction r…

With the “year of Covid” barely behind us, we look forward to the New Year and the customary resolutions: reduce personal weight, reduce time on social media, and reduce consumption of animal foods.

Reality can be a ‘hard pill to swallow’ as is speaking the unspoken truth of it. If 2020 taught us anything it is that desperate times call for desperate measures.

Girl Scouts of Oregon and Southwest Washington Service Unit 62 would like to thank those community members who generously gave to our 37th annual Tree of Joy at Pony Village Mall. We would like to acknowledge the Pony Village Mall Management, Maintenance, Custodial and Security, Gloria Dei L…

Back in November I spent a few hours getting my monthly dose of left-leaning news by watching CNN. If I heard Mr. Biden state that he had no plans to raise anyone’s taxes that made less than $400,000 once, I heard it a dozen times. Now we find out there are exceptions to this promise, like i…

In the January 2, 2021 edition of The World, Letters to the Editor, Christy Ashcroft condemns a red faced “jacked up Trump truck” for expressing his opinion.

As a current stakeholder of the Rogue/South Coast Conservation Plan, I’d like to let anglers know that we will soon have a new set of angling regulations regarding winter steelhead.

Joe Biden won’t become president of the United States for a few weeks yet, but it’s fair to say he’s already feeling the pressures of the office. I think being president-elect may be the second hardest job in the world.

If you entered this month concerned about yourself or someone you know losing their housing, I hope the Legislature’s action last week to extend the statewide eviction moratorium through June 30, 2021, eased some of the stress that so many are feeling as the pandemic continues.

In many ways, 2020 will be viewed as one of the most challenging years in U.S. history. I know from a personal perspective, it has been more of a challenge than I could have ever dreamed of 12 months ago when we rang in the new year.

I found myself agreeing with most of Stan Avery’s reasonings for an election fraud investigation (World letters 12-19-20). However, I would place the number of Americans who would benefit from not only a thorough investigation into the 2020 results, but a better way of vote-tallying methodol…

Perspective is a powerful tool. It allows human beings to see things more objectively and helps us to understand other points of view. In today’s polarized climate of I’m right you’re wrong, perspective is needed now more than ever. Let’s then use the power of perspective with the current ve…

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