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October 17, 2014

Letters

by Letters
Gallegos has served district’s constituents very well Joe Gallegos, who is running for re-election to the legislative seat for the 30th District in Washington County, is an intelligent,…
October 17, 2014

We recommend Starr, Gallegos, Allen

by Hillsboro Tribune
Editor’s note: With this issue, our three-person editorial board begins its endorsements of candidates in races within our coverage area. This week, we offer our views on the contests in Oregon…
October 17, 2014

Rape culture is real, but fear isn't the answer

by Janae Sargent
Just 826 words. That’s all it took for Camille Paglia to drive a gaping hole through the strides people across America are making to change how the world, specifically men, see sexual assault…
October 10, 2014

Our Opinion: Measure 86 makes education a priority

by Editorial Board
Measure 86, which was referred to this November’s statewide ballot by the 2013 Oregon Legislature, opens up the opportunity for Oregon to provide greater support for students who want to get a…
October 10, 2014

Classic definition of a city's 'neighborhood' bank

by Rick Roby
Gov. John Kitzhaber has proclaimed the week of Oct. 13-17 “Community Bank Week.” A community bank is not affiliated with a multibank holding company and derives deposits from, and lends to, the…
October 10, 2014

Letters

by Letters
Chuck Riley has the right background to serve I’ve had the honor and pleasure of working for Chuck Riley’s Oregon Senate campaign. He’s a real person, not a stereotypical politician, and he…
October 10, 2014

Workplace policies must change with economic realities

by Suzanne Bonamici
I remember working at my mother’s small retail store as a teenager, helping her assist customers, stock shelves and change window displays. The store kept my mother busy, and she worked…
October 03, 2014

Our Opinion: Open primary appeals to more voters

by Editorial board
Ballot Measure 90 — the open primary initiative — won’t cure all afflictions that plague the election process in Oregon and elsewhere, but it would give more people the chance to participate in…
October 03, 2014

Park user fees need to go to safety campaign

by Ken Bilderback
In the tragic aftermath of the latest drowning deaths at Henry Hagg Lake, it’s time for Washington County to take immediate steps to improve public safety at its Scoggins Valley Park, which…
October 03, 2014

A 'No' vote for governor?

by Russ Dondero
Oregon voters will have a Catch-22 choice to vote for incumbent Gov. John Kitzhaber for his fourth term or to vote for a relatively unknown Oregon legislator, Dennis Richardson. Richardson is a…

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Sep 26, 2014

Election editorials geared to shed light, offer guidance

by Mark Garber
In almost every respect, newspapers have updated their way of doing business in the time since I entered this industry 35 years ago. Reporters carry tablets and smart phones instead of pencils…
Sep 26, 2014

Weekend events make county shine

by Hillsboro Tribune
This past weekend, our newspaper staffs were privileged to cover four significant community events that reflect quite positively on Washington County: The Oregon International Air Show in…
Sep 26, 2014

Let's teach our kids how to swim in school

by Tiffaney O'Dell
Strategies to make swimming areas safer are being proposed after a recent tragedy took the lives of four members of one Hillsboro family in Hagg Lake, near Forest Grove. I would propose a…
Sep 19, 2014

Our Opinion: Don't let concussions ruin young lives

by Editorial Board
At a time when our community’s children are increasingly sedentary and prone to childhood obesity, the value of competitive sports in school has never been greater. Yet, even as parents and…
Sep 19, 2014

Child care helps provide a pathway out of poverty

by Bill MacKenzie
Holding tight to each other’s hands, the children look around, wide-eyed, at the field of tulips spread out before them. All those grinning kids learning about the natural world on their first…
Sep 19, 2014

Letters

by none
Labor advocate is wearing rose-colored glasses Ms. Callie Vandewiele (“Thank a union worker,” Hillsboro Tribune, Aug. 29 issue) looks at history through rose-colored glasses. For one thing, she…
Sep 12, 2014

County's road plan is wise approach

by Hillsboro Tribune
There’s a wise old philosophy about maintaining your automobile: “Pay now, or pay more later.” In short, it means if you try to save a few dollars by forgoing oil changes, for example, you’ll…
Sep 12, 2014

Letters

by none
Labor advocate is wearing rose-colored glasses Ms. Callie Vandewiele (“Thank a union worker,” Hillsboro Tribune, Aug. 29 issue) looks at history through rose-colored glasses. For one thing, she…
Sep 12, 2014

Intel deal made mockery of democratic process

by Russ Dondero
The Intel Strategic Investment Program deal unanimously passed in a joint session of the Washington County Board of Commissioners and the Hillsboro City Council Aug. 26 is a classic backroom…
Sep 05, 2014

Warning signs needed now at Hagg Lake

by Hillsboro Tribune
Unimaginable. Standing at the edge of Hagg Lake near Gaston, the setting is so peaceful and so calm it is all but impossible to understand how four precious members of a Hillsboro family could…



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