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In such a volatile political climate, with fracturing parties and the emergence of anarchist factions, this year's local elections are as important as ever. In... [Read More]
The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) has released the admit cards of officers Scale I main examination 2017 for recruitment in participating regional rural... [Read More]
We're in the final stages of our erotic exploration, and this month we turn to the letter R. Can we get through an entire post... [Read More]
At-large City Council candidate Bree LaCasse's claim that she led the effort that saved Congress Square Park is false. She did not lead and did... [Read More]
Regarding the rededication of the beautiful Lincoln Park fountain (Oct. 10): It is important to note that the Portland Public Art Committee contributed over $30,000... [Read More]
Most notable is a lack of analysis of the cost of universal or single-payer health care. [Read More]
I've lived in this amazing city of Portland for 17 years and have witnessed lots of changes. One that has me feeling such gratitude is... [Read More]
Re: "Schools probing alleged racial incident during soccer game in Topsham" (Oct. 11): As a player on and captain of the Mt. Ararat boys' varsity... [Read More]
I live in York County and just opened up a hard-sell packet designed to get me to sign on and vote for Question 1. At... [Read More]
Those seeking a name to replace Columbus Day might consider Immigrants Day, to recall when Europeans started coming to stay. Of course, there would then... [Read More]
Girls in Boy Scouts will only add value... [Read More]
The City Council approved signing a letter of commitment for funding from the state's drinking water revolving loan fund. [Read More]
I'm a Twin Falls native who has pretty much stayed out of local politics. However, Twin Falls and times are changing. The growth we have... [Read More]
Welcome back comics! [Read More]
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A top Russian diplomat slams the Trump administration for breaching both the letter and spirit of the JCPOA, while Tehran has remained fully compliant. [Read More]
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Reader (Bob) Ybarra sent in a letter about the airport rents being too low and he wants them raised. So let's look at some facts... [Read More]
As reported in this paper (Oct. 5, Page 6A), Linda Pall would like to impose a minimum wage on Moscow so "every person in the... [Read More]
Late Friday afternoon (Oct. 6) a vehicle was hit from behind while waiting for left turning traffic on South Reisenauer Hill. If the four-lane Thorncreek... [Read More]
I always considered myself an "equal opportunity" newspaper editor, so I should be the same as a letter writer…... [Read More]
East Bay Times letters for Oct. 18... [Read More]
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