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Opinion
Last Update Sunday, September 24th, 2017

Raechel Sims remembers her first exposure to white supremacy all too well.

When she was an eighth-grader at South Middle School in 1995, Sims read a story in the Daily Courier about the Aryan Nations, neo-Nazis who at that time were more commonly associated with North Idaho. But they had designs on an expansion into Oregon, and their statewide recruiting drive was to be based in Josephine County. Read More »

Complacency slows America's engine
By George Will, Syndicated columnist Read More »

State lawmakers shouldn't lose ability to hire relatives
Oregon allows state lawmakers to hire their relatives, a practice called nepotism. The word itself has come to imply something shady is afoot, although that's clearly not always the case. Read More »

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