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Letters to the Editor for May 2, 2012


Vote for Duman

To the editor:

I’m supporting Gail Duman in her race for Justice of the Peace. I’ve known Gail to be a successful Baker City businesswoman more than a dozen years.

Gail has confirmed her moral ethics to be a credit to her success in business.

 

Letters to the Editor for April 30, 2012

Support our schools

To the editor:

Take a free test-drive and Ford Motor Company will donate up to $6,000 to the Baker High School.

Get behind the wheel of any Ford vehicle at a local Drive One 4 UR School event and you’ll be entered for a chance to win an all-new 2013 Ford Escape!

Mark your calendars:

Where: Baker High School - Back Parking Lot

When: Saturday, May 5  9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

 

 

Letters to the Editor for April 27, 2012


Knight should be ‘uncensured’

To the editor:

Our local politics are becoming more like the federal politics, which disregards the opinions of the voters. This is very disappointing.

My wife and I had the privilege of working with Lynne Burroughs in a play she directed. She is an excellent director of plays and no doubt was a very good teacher. Lynne has proved that she is a public-minded citizen and is willing to put herself out for our community; this I appreciate.

 

Letters to the Editor for April 25, 2012


Duman for Justice of the Peace

To the editor:

I am writing to encourage you to vote for Gail Duman for Justice of the Peace, Baker County. Gail has helped to lead our community as a City Councilor, as a Baker City Budget Committee member, and as the Historic District Design Review Commission Chair. In addition, she has given countless hours of volunteer time and resources to Historic Baker City, to our public schools, and to raising money for the Billie Ruth Bootsma Foundation. Gail is capable of making tough decisions. I know her to be careful, efficient, and fair. Please vote for Gail Duman for Justice of the Peace.

Kata Bulinski

Baker City

 

Letters to the Editor for April 23, 2012


Williams best choice for JP job

To the editor:

We are endorsing Don Williams for Justice of the Peace.

Over a span of 20-odd years we’ve had occasion to visit with Don. Our conversations have hit on a vast spectrum of topics, discovering we have many common interests and values.

 

Letters to the Editor for April 20, 2012


Closing roads can save money

To the editor:

Much has been written about the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest Travel Management Plan. Most writers see this proposal to close 3,800 miles of road as a terrible thing. But maybe looking at the situation from another perspective would be worthwhile. The proposal would keep open approximately 4,300 miles of road.  This is a lot of road!

 

Letters to the Editor for April 18, 2012


Locking us out of our land

To the editor:

Of the people, by the people and for the people?

What is it about that statement that the Forest Service doesn’t understand?

Years ago, the F.S. made many, many acres of wilderness ground in the forest. Wilderness is used by less than 1 percent of the population of our country. Now they are determining that over half of the roads in the forest should be closed. Approximately 15 percent of the population utilize the Wallowa Whitman National Forest, and 14 percent of those that use the forest live within twenty miles of the forest.

 

Letters to the Editor for April 16, 2012


The high cost of cap-and-trade

To the editor:

Those defending the Democratic Energy Policy like to trot out that shabby old scarecrow Catastrophic Climate Change. The theory is somewhat shopworn since released emails showed more politics than science in its product, but let’s carry that scenario out and see where takes us.

The Democratic Energy Policy has two prongs: increasing the use of renewable energy sources and decreasing the use of fossil fuels. The latter goal is met through a program called cap-and-trade.

 

Letters to the Editor for April 13, 2012


Knight’s light on the school board

To the editor:

In recent months Kyle Knight has burst upon news of our school board like a shining light.   

Unfortunately, this week some dim bulbs have inserted themselves in the field and darkened the school board story.

Carl Kostol

Baker City

 

Letters to the Editor for April 11, 2012


Catholic position is crystal clear

To the editor:

The letter by Barbara Tylka in the March 30 edition highlights the profound differences between Roman Catholics and Catholics. The former believe what the Catholic Church officially teaches and the later mistakenly presume that the Church is a democracy and that the “church is a community of believers” and, presumedly, that said community can substitute their own views on matters of faith and morals. Dr. Tylka is absolutely wrong when she states that a position regarding contraception is not a part of Church dogma. The encyclical (document) of Pope Paul VI (“Humanae Vitae”) makes the Church’s position crystal clear.

 
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