This week in West Linn history

This week in West Linn history

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West Linn's Opinions

May 25, 2017

Create path to outdoor access

by Kevin Frazier
Let it be true that 'in Oregon, our accomplishments will stem - as before - from the labors of people who gave the best of themselves, of public servants who put the common good ahead of personal or party interest.'
May 25, 2017

Where are you coming from, Mr. President?

by David Hawbecker
There is something spiritual when we as human beings take the time to 'soak in' the natural world around us; the mountains, trees, streams, oceans and deserts, along with the accompanying flora and fauna
May 18, 2017

Readers' letters

by Leslie Pugmire Hole
Voices from the Past is another example of the Historical Society bringing history to the community to be experienced by all


FILE PHOTO - Mikel Kelly
May 18, 2017

OK, maybe I love my leaf blower a little too much

by Mikel Kelly
That leaf blower may be the No. 1 reason I'm utterly happy and satisfied in my golden years, able to enjoy even the darkest and rainiest days
May 18, 2017

An opportunity to support family stability

by Andy Miller
No-cause evictions are the single-most common reason provided by families coming into our family shelter
May 11, 2017

Readers' letters

by Leslie Pugmire Hole
Our schools need the leadership of Regan Sonnen Molatore, Trey Maust and Dylan Nelson
May 11, 2017

An open letter to Jim Farrell

by Rob Fernandez
You don't like a '' feel good Board'' I don't know what that means, but I can assure you that I feel good
May 11, 2017

The City's budget process is in full swing: Speak up or lose out

by Peggy Kirkendall
Currently the budget is developed by city staff and it is unclear how much input, if any, is considered coming from citizen advisory boards and task forces and City Council
May 04, 2017

Board election brings wealth of candidates

by Tidings Editorial Board
The Tidings endorses Regan Molatore, Dylan Hydes and Trey Maust for School Board
May 04, 2017

Go and live your dream

by Ginger Fitch
I ask you to join me in dreaming together and voting for Dylan Hydes and Ginger Fitch by May 16 for your West Linn Wilsonville School Board

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May 04, 2017

Readers' letters

by The Tidings
The community continues to share its thoughts on the upcoming School Board election
May 04, 2017

Dylan Hydes offers school board his experience and openness

by Dylan Hydes
While I am no longer a teacher, that experience of working directly with children, and being on the front lines of education, has given me a valuable perspective
May 04, 2017

Mike Taylor says we can be exceptional

by Mike Taylor
So much can be done when policymakers embrace a range of alternatives
May 04, 2017

Despite rumors, district has plenty to celebrate

by Angie Gibson
As a taxpayer and a citizen I am very proud that we are able to provide an exceptional education to as many children in the state as we can
Apr 27, 2017

Readers' letters

by Tidings Readers
Tidings readers share their views on a hotly contested school board election
Apr 27, 2017

What do we want our school board to look like?

by Jim Farrell
Do we really want a feel-good board who are willing to stand by the district's perceived laurels and who should have been more involved in the district's business?
Apr 27, 2017

Experience, knowledge important resource for school board

by Regan Molatore
We need candidates who have built relationships necessary to move the work of the district forward
Apr 27, 2017

Nelson has long history of dedication to kids

by Grady Nelson
You need board members who know our schools and have established themselves as being able to work with district staff
Apr 27, 2017

Accountability, transparency, capabilities

by Mike Taylor
We can be an 'exceptional' school district with an active, transparent, capable, accountable and professional Board
Apr 27, 2017

Our Opinion: Legislature should require more transparency

by Editorial board
As a DHM poll demonstrates, Oregonians want to know how their tax dollars are spent