In any reputable newspaper (not supermarket tabloids), there are two distinct kinds of pages: news and opinion.
Diane’s one of the good ones.
We need Dunn
Bruce Dunn moved here to buy logs and manage the timberland owned by Ron Yanke (RY Timber). I met him when he walked into my office and suggested we trade logs.
His mill was designed to cut smaller logs, and Boise Cascade’s mill was designed to cut large logs.
Vote “no” but be willing to entertain a future yes vote if the sponsors of this measure are willing to be more realistic in their requested levy.
The proposed library district is a great move.
Parenting and our school systems are responsible for both literacy and education for children.
I am voting “no” on the proposed library district.
This group had the option to ask for a levy of .25 per thousand.
There would be no financial liability to the county for this moral support.
Lou Ogden wants to take politics out of BOLI.
Libraries are a gateway to the ultimate freedom of knowledge.
Bruce is a timber guy, but he also recognizes that our forests have other values.
Diane is approachable and will listen, reflect and act.
If they are not really on the platform of the Democrat party, then why would they want to pursue them?
County Library services, which are disappearing but necessary, should be prioritized into current city library programs.
Do you have an idea for what may be a successful annual fundraiser?
I’m sure going to vote “yes.”