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Read Letter: No sense blaming Obama for logging levels from East Oregonian... [Read More]
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A tense situation involving a San Jose State University professor accused of sexual harassment may soon get more heated. [Read More]
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We must all work on ways to counter the rise of suicide rates... [Read More]
Another construction season on Interstate 70 is coming to a close, and once again, I find myself perplexed. Off and on this summer, it was... [Read More]
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Fred Malo, you are so right — unions did do great damage to themselves through corruption and being less attentive to the rank and file... [Read More]
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This Saturday, anyone interested can join the Roaring Fork Mountain Bike Association and Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers to help sculpt the downhill section of the... [Read More]
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To the Times:We would like to address the article "Trees too tall? Fork over $1000" that occurred in the Sunday Times on Sept. 17, 2017.... [Read More]
The military, the police, emergency medical teams and firefighters were there, as they always are, in the middle of the hurricane turmoil in Houston and... [Read More]
A huge thank you to the wonderful and wonderfully honest woman driving a red Town and Country who found my iPhone in the Mine Road... [Read More]
This is in response to the letter to the editor appearing online titled "What's next, removing 9/11 memorial?" [Read More]
Fred Lesher wants an investigation into sentencing and plea bargaining procedures so he crafted a one-page letter that was distributed to attendants at Wednesday's Delaware... [Read More]
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In a letter to the Orlando Sentinel, accused killer Markeith Loyd claimed police wanted to kill him and reiterated a claim that his pregnant ex-girlfriend... [Read More]
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Equifax says 100000 Canadians affected by hacking ... [Read More]
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Congressional Democrats in a Wednesday letter called on the inspector general of the Health and Human Services (HHS) to investigate Secretary Tom Price's travel following... [Read More]
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In a letter to city council, former mayoral candidate Rachel Barnhart is warning the city about doing business with RBTL chair Arnie Rothschild... [Read More]
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On Sept. 5 the Trump Administration announced that it would end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. DACA grants work permits and temporary... [Read More]
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The Texas Tribune: The letter argues faith-based organizations have played a large role in recovery efforts following the storm. [Read More]
First Selectman Tim Herbst is sending Democrats in town a bill for $13,352. The bill is for legal costs the town has incurred fighting... [Read More]
When it comes to scary things in the Upside Down, it turns out that a Demogorgun is no match for intellectual property lawyers. [Read More]
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