Letters to the Editor

LTE: Bad faith laws

House Bills 3242 and 3243 are the wrong pieces of legislation at the wrong time. When too many Oregonians are struggling to afford housing, groceries, and medicine, legislators should not risk raising their insurance rates too.  The bills would seriously disrupt our insurance market, undermining protections for families and small[Read More…]

Letter to the editor: Enjoying ‘Things 2 Do,’ library activities

Dear readers: Check out  the “Things 2 Do” page in The Chronicle for Creswell. I’m so proud of our Creswell Library: caring service and activities for all ages six days a week! Thank you Creswell Library staff and volunteers for your excellence. Our community so appreciates you.  Brenda Olsen, Creswell

Creswell railroad tracks much improved

Dear Editor, To the railroad employees and ODOT, a big kudos to all of you for fixing the main railroad track in town. It is so much smoother and nicer. Also, a huge thank you for repainting those arrows, for turning left and going straight on Oregon Avenue. As it[Read More…]

Women, life, freedom

Dear Editor, On Sept. 16, a 22-year-old Iranian-Kurdish girl named Mahsa Amini was beaten to death by the morality police in Tehran, Iran. Her only crime was that she had shown a few strands of her hair from under her hijab (head covering). Her death led to widespread protests against[Read More…]

CG resident grateful for Eugene’s help with policing

Dear Editor: I want to publicly praise the City of Eugene’s elected and appointed officials. For decades, they’ve maintained a commitment to use their resources and influence to support the needs of the rural communities that surround it. Today, citizens in Cottage Grove, Creswell, Florence, and Veneta would not have[Read More…]

Alan Stout right choice for Springfield

Dear Editor, Springfield has a chance to elect an excellent state representative in Alan Stout this November for Springfield House District 7.  A business owner who understands how increasing taxes and inflation in Oregon impacts the working families of Springfield, he will fight to decrease state regulations to make it[Read More…]

Congrats to chalk artists

Dear Editor:  On Friday, Sept. 30 during the Cottage Grove Art Walk, the first annual Cottage Grove Chalk Fest filled the sidewalks with chalk art.  Thank you to the volunteers and to all the businesses who donated prizes. It was very hard to choose just one or two artists from[Read More…]



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