Thursday, July 22, 2021
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Letters to the Editor

A vote for Williams

While Susan Wahlke voted to waste over $200,000 of our tax dollars on false ethics charges against mayor Williams and a private investigator to snoop into the lives of citizens whose only crimes were having publicly met with the mayor to discuss their concerns, Don kept working for us.

Susan Wahlke for Mayor

I am writing to heartily endorse Susan Wahlke to be the next mayor of Lincoln City.

Why Democrats Endorsed Susan Wahlke for Mayor

There are some good candidates running for the Lincoln City mayor's office, but Susan Wahlke stands out as a candidate with the necessary experience, a strong work ethic and the institutional knowledge necessary to foster good governance.

An easy solution for a tough choice

I've been reading and hearing from several well-respected citizens of Lincoln City about why they prefer one of the four remaining candidates for Mayor to be decided in our May 18 special election.

Vote for Fernando Garza

This city needs to have a new voice for Mayor.

I support Riley Hoagland for mayor

I am writing to express my support for Councilor Riley Hoagland, who will bring a fresh perspective and new energy at a crucial time for our community.

Paid Mayor?

A writer has said he and others have not been satisfied with the last two Mayors and if we, perhaps, would pay a Mayor we might have a better result.

Why not offer our next Mayor a salary?

Many Lincoln City residents, including me, feel that we haven’t had much luck with our past two Mayors. Maybe if we offered some sort of salary, we could do better?

Open letter to Kurt Schrader

Why do large, profitable corporations pay such low wages that their employees are eligible for and must rely on federal anti-poverty programs just to make ends meet?

Oregon is different

Oregon, is going to tax your EIP COVID-19 payments from 2020. Now, you say, what about the money I received in 2021?

Teachers shove “at risk” out of vaccine line

My mom is 92 and has bouts with bronchitis, so I figured when Gov. Brown announced seniors would soon be getting the COVID-19 vaccine, mom would be at the head of the line.

November 3rd looms closer at last

Whatever your political affiliation and views, the election craze is going to be over in what's now a matter of hours.

Enough with the COVID doom and gloom

I just this minute have had enough of the doom and gloom COVID narrative.

The best thing that has happened to Lincoln County

County Commissioner Claire Hall is the best thing that has happened to Lincoln County.

Former Ethics Commission Chair Backs Thatcher for SOS

Although I am a registered Libertarian, I am crossing party lines and will vote for Kim Thatcher enthusiastically.

Legal holidays

I have learned today, that Lincoln City does not recognize Columbus Day -- a federal holiday our parents and grandparents have recognized for decades.

Vote Anne Marie Skinner

Anne Marie has no allegiance to any people other than those she represents.

Anderson has earned our vote

Like many of my friends, I have long been concerned about the Republicans' repeated abandonment of their responsibilities by fleeing the capitol to hide from votes they are afraid of losing.

Will Anderson show up?

As voters in Oregon’s 5th Senate District, we are being asked to make a choice between Democratic candidate Melissa Cribbins and Republican candidate Dick Anderson.

I support Claire Hall for Lincoln County Commissioner

Lincoln County Commissioner Claire Hall has dedicated her life to the public – first as a newspaper and radio journalist, and currently as a four-term county commissioner.

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