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Our View: Pamplin papers change use of 'Black'

Our View: Pamplin papers change use of 'Black'

Portland Tribune - Opinion
AP style change focuses on being inclusive and respectful in news reporting and the evolution of language.
My View: Open Oregon says make police misconduct records…

My View: Open Oregon says make police misconduct records…

Portland Tribune - Opinion
Open Oregon, a member of the National Freedom of Information Coalition, shares the frustration of those stymied in their efforts to hold police…
Post takes exception to OSHA and governor's rules on farm…

Post takes exception to OSHA and governor's rules on farm…

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
State representative questions inconsistencies between what is being required of farmers and their counterparts in other industries
Readers Letters: Who's hoarding all those garbanzo beans?

Readers Letters: Who's hoarding all those garbanzo beans?

Portland Tribune - Opinion
Letter writers from around the region take aim at COVID-19 pandemic, elections, candidate endorsements and, of course, hoarding.
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Newberg Graphic - Opinion
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Newberg Graphic letters to the editor

Newberg Graphic letters to the editor

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
Readers share their views about several candidates in the upcoming May primary election
Column: Saving Sanity, how are you surviving quarantine?

Column: Saving Sanity, how are you surviving quarantine?

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
Columnist Anne Endicott wants to hear from you about how you're spending your time at home.
March 6 letters to the editor

March 6 letters to the editor

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
Department of Motor vehicles does not create a sterile environment for its customers
Practicing grace in challenging times

Practicing grace in challenging times

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
Newberg City Manager Dan Weinheimer lauds local residents' efforts to help their neighbors
You can't take social distancing too seriously

You can't take social distancing too seriously

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
In Oregon, the number of primary care physicians and hospital beds available is small in comparison to the potential need if this epidemic gets out…
COVID-19 no excuse for overt racism

COVID-19 no excuse for overt racism

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
Teenager blamed by misguided woman at a mall for the spread of the coronavirus in America
What to expect when you move on to EFU-zoned land

What to expect when you move on to EFU-zoned land

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
Yamhill County Commissioner Casey Kulla explains the benefits and drawbacks to living near agricultural land
Oregon slow to react to COVID-19 outbreak

Oregon slow to react to COVID-19 outbreak

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
Government officials and health care providers must enter a serious phase of testing and treatment if they hope to spare the state's residents from…
March 23 letters to the editor

March 23 letters to the editor

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
Reader questions the rationale behind the effort to recall the Newberg mayor and councilor
Democratic leaders need to own their role in failed session

Democratic leaders need to own their role in failed session

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
Dems wanted their cap-and-trade bill so badly, they were willing to sacrifice everything in its wake to ensure its passage
Disruption from virus won't stop our quality journalism

Disruption from virus won't stop our quality journalism

Portland Tribune - Opinion
Mark Garber is publisher of the Portland Tribune and president of Pamplin Media Group. You can reach him at [email protected]
Truth and accuracy require access to public records

Truth and accuracy require access to public records

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
Even in this era of disinformation campaigns and viral memes, Oregonians are nearly unanimous in their desire to have true and accurate information…
Be responsible, stay safe as virus spreads

Be responsible, stay safe as virus spreads

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
It was probably inevitable that COVID-19, a new viral disease caused by a novel strain of coronavirus, would arrive in Oregon
Newberg councilors weigh in on the effort to recall their…

Newberg councilors weigh in on the effort to recall their…

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
Councilors Johnson, Bacon and Yarnell Hollamon bemoan the lack of consistent leadership in city government
March 6 letters to the editor

March 6 letters to the editor

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
Baseless effort to recall Newberg City Council members and mayor a transparent political ploy
Law protecting workers from mandatory meetings in peril

Law protecting workers from mandatory meetings in peril

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
No federal law bars private-sector employers from using corporate time or resources to push political views on employees
Election season is nigh: Get involved

Election season is nigh: Get involved

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
In roughly 10 weeks Oregon voters will be tasked with casting ballots in the May primary election
Rural areas need alternative to cap and trade

Rural areas need alternative to cap and trade

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
Unfortunately, the Oregon Legislature is back with Senate Bill 1530, to the detriment of businesses across the state
Divided state could use a third political party

Divided state could use a third political party

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
A Gallup poll in December showed that 28 percent of Americans were registered as Republicans and, yes, 28 percent were registered as Democrats. Those…

Inaction on climate change will carry a large cost…

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
Inaction on climate change will carry a large cost…
We need a hard cap on Oregon's largest polluters and adaptability to ensure these caps can be met

'Opportunity Zones' a giveaway to wealthy investors

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
'Opportunity Zones' a giveaway to wealthy investors
In the years to come, Oregonians will be on the hook for big giveaways to wealthy investors, unless we act now

Informed voters are the best defense of democracy

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
Informed voters are the best defense of democracy
Misinformation continues to be the the biggest threat to elections in the United States

Thumbs up, and down, from a week gone by

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
Thumbs up, and down, from a week gone by
Periodically, the Newberg Graphic likes to weigh in on issues and happenings that have occurred over the past week or so. Here are a few of…

Short legislative session will be big on emotional…

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
Short legislative session will be big on emotional…
The 2020 Oregon Legislature convenes Feb. 3 and is expected to gavel out the first week in March

Newberg mayor delivers 'State of the City' address

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
Newberg mayor delivers 'State of the City' address
Mayor Rick Rogers appears before the Newberg City Club on Jan. 21 to provide insight on the workings of the city

Don't let a 'tsunami' wash over the Willamette…

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
Don't let a 'tsunami' wash over the Willamette…
Ballasted boats are greatly eroding riverbank homes for people and wildlife on the Willamette River

Get informed and participate in government

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
Get informed and participate in government
With the upcoming February short session, be sure to subscribe to your local paper and stay up to date with important topics at the capitol

Jan. 23 letters to the editor

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
Jan. 23 letters to the editor
State of Oregon must enforce the laws on license plate frame and dangerous Lyft lights

Be intentional about safety when roads are slick

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
Be intentional about safety when roads are slick
With the arrival of more winter weather and slick roads and an effort by local law enforcement to reduce distracted driving over the past several…

OK Boomer, it's time for 'The Talk'

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
OK Boomer, it's time for 'The Talk'
Millennials are fluent in the current political debate over the legacy of the Boomer generation, but when it comes to the personal decisions tied to…

Tell Ron Wyden to stop holding up copyright…

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
Tell Ron Wyden to stop holding up copyright…
While there are multiple causes of the continued decline in independent creators' incomes, much is due to the widespread, unauthorized reproduction…

It definitely could happen here

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
It definitely could happen here
Fires raging across Australia remind us to be vigilant in the western United States

Be it resolved that in 2020 ...

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
Be it resolved that in 2020 ...
Every new year, columnists suggest resolutions to powerful and famous people who promptly ignore them

Hoping our 2020 visions come true

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
Hoping our 2020 visions come true
At this time of year, we traditionally outline our editorial board's wishes for the coming year

How do you measure a year?

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
How do you measure a year?
The year 2019 has come to an end and was a very eventful year in Oregon and Yamhill County

Dec. 20 letters to the editor

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
Dec. 20 letters to the editor
Readers take to task letter writer who questions whether older property owners should have to pay for schools through taxes

Spend new state funds for students wisely

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
Spend new state funds for students wisely
Funds from the recently enacted Student Success Act can make a real difference if applied properly

Newspapers will see big changes in the coming years

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
Newspapers will see big changes in the coming years
Most everyone is aware that newspapers are in the midst of a monumental transition. Digital competition has eaten around the edges of our business…

Stories of holiday traditions -- past and present

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
Stories of holiday traditions -- past and present
What's your favorite holiday tradition? A cookie exchange with friends? White elephant gifts with family on Christmas Eve? Maybe it's the arrival of…

'Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus'

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
'Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus'
In 1897, the New York Sun newspaper ran an editorial answering every youngster's one question about Christmas

We need bottom-up, not top-down tax policy

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
We need bottom-up, not top-down tax policy
Two years after Congress inacted its tax cut, rather than seeing prosperity rain down, working Americans remain trapped in a landscape of diminished…

Dec. 15 letters to the editor

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
Dec. 15 letters to the editor
Newberg-Dundee Police Department doing a good job, city staff should leave it alone

A simple way to save local journalism

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
A simple way to save local journalism
Just as public radio stations hold pledge drives to secure listener support, we now are asking our readers to step up and pay a greater share of our…

Caring for those who first cared for us

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
Caring for those who first cared for us
Many who care for aging parents face steep challenges and far too often lack access to the support they need

Dec. 5 letters to the editor

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
Dec. 5 letters to the editor
Recreational vehicles are going to have a tough time accessing Highway 99W from proposed park in Dundee

Giving thanks for A-dec employees, friends and our…

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
Giving thanks for A-dec employees, friends and our…
President of dental equipment manufacturer, Scott Parrish, weighs in on the company and its place in the community

'Give Local' and give generously to nonprofits in…

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
'Give Local' and give generously to nonprofits in…
Give Local is an effort by The Graphic and Pamplin Media Group to inspire our readers to give generously to support local nonprofit organizations…

Don't repeal Measure 11 without a Plan B

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
Don't repeal Measure 11 without a Plan B
Columnist says Measure 11, passed in 1994, created a one-size-fits-all sledge hammer that has deeply - and often unfairly - impacted our most…

Bipartisan cooperation is still possible

Newberg Graphic - Opinion
Bipartisan cooperation is still possible
In an era of extreme political polarization, how can two senators, so at odds over the impeachment process, work together?

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