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Regarding the Sept. 4 Capital Press editorial, "Voters trying to get Brown's attention." I don't believe that is the voters' intention. Rather, they want to get rid of a bad apple.

About wheat exports and the dismissive comments by President Trump: Perhaps now his followers should do some research on candidate Trump, who has declared bankruptcy six times, before the next…

The writers of the Opinion Our View section appearing in Capital Press, Aug. 16 issue, highlight the poor prices that farmers are receiving for commodities, including milk, and are "hoping for…

A recent correspondent on this page has it wrong when he says, “Ranchers and rural communities are living with the reality of this reintroduction” concerning the presence of wolves in Washingt…

Re "Editorial: What PETA Does Best" (July 18), perhaps your editorial writers should ask themselves why the media focus endlessly on salacious stories, fashion frivolity, and The Bachelorette,…

Your story on a Western Innovator published July 19 strongly suggests that signing a United Farm Workers contract is the best way to show trust and respect for farmworkers. That would come as …

"The United States is a market-based economy. A market-based economy is an open economy in which the market's own laws and forces call the tune — not the government nor any other entity beside…

Voters, please, do not be misled by thinking the Oregon Republican senators were being arrogant. Thank goodness they had the courage to stand against this most extreme and impracticable politi…

In response to the 220-farmer June 14 letter “Climate change is here; we need bold solutions:” Climate change is not here, and no, we don’t. Sorry, AOC. Sorry, Al Gore. Sorry, UN-IPCC.

I've been subscribing to the Capital Press for several years now and the number of weeks that there hasn't been an article on wolves killing livestock is few to none.

I’m writing in regards to a suggestion l made to Editor Joe Beach and a voice mail message to George Plaven on his article and photos, front page of the May 17 Issue. I suggested then that an …

I was pleased to see Mateusz Perkowski’s article on HB 2619 to ban chlorpyrifos in Oregon. However, I was disappointed to read that Oregon legislators have called into question the clear evide…

We should applaud Sen. Boquist and his colleagues who opposed the corporation tax. They are good stewards concerned about the cares of us citizens and this state.

It was troubling to read recently that the Wolf Advisory Group (WAG) was used as a forum to essentially single out a producer for retribution for having repeated depredations. Even if he follo…

I read your “Our View” of April 5 and agree but have one complaint. When I was born the world population was a little over 2 billion. Now it’s well over 7 billion. As long as the government (a…

The “Green New Deal” appears too similar to Mao Zedong’s “Great Leap Forward,” which he initiated after he came into power in 1948. His goal was to transform industry and collectivize farms.

Why do we continue to elect attorneys to public office? They are enough of a problem when in private practice. To add insult to injury, people re-elect them again and again. In Congress, we ha…

As reported by Don Jenkins, Capital Press, Friday, March 8, Michael Stumo, head of the Coalition for a Prosperous America, spoke at the National Farmers Union convention, March 3 in Bellevue, …

I appreciate the article y'all wrote about the exemption request from the 2005 Travel Management Rule for the Wallowa Whitman & Malheur National Forests. The title of the article, however,…

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee has proposed spending $750,000 to study the removal of four dams on the Snake River to provide more salmon for the orca pods that seasonally forage off our coast.

Two articles, one in the Jan. 18 Capital Press, “A Wall Doesn’t Solve the Immigration Issue,” and the Jan. 25 issue, “The Wolves Are Coming to Town,” both show the lack of concern for the safe…

In response to the Jan. 25 edition article titled “Losing Ground,” it’s a helpless feeling to watch good farmland wash down a creek or river. We own about a mile of farm property along Cow Cre…

In reading the article "Undies demonstrate a fun way to learn science," I just had to make a comment to those pushing cap and trade/climate control. Please read paragraphs 3 and 4 of that article.

Farm Women United (FWU), a grass-roots association organized by farm women fed up with decades of being ignored and silenced by the powerful, global, corporate politico-industry “special inter…

To every one of you who attend the first set of meetings on the Blue Mountains Forest Plan Revision: Thank you. It was great to see everyone who had traveled from around the West to have their…

What’s in a name? We are all given a name at birth and that name stays with us for the rest of our lives. Though some choose to change their names, particularly if you are an artist like Madon…

How do you reconcile your apparent support for Trump trade policy as reflected in both news and editorial content in the Oct. 5 issue with reports like this: https://reut.rs/2OhQzxP

Mr. Marble’s comments contained in the column, “Surviving the drought in Western Oregon” were very well received from this subscriber.

Capital Press, Sept. 21, issue reports that because the cranberry supply of recent years, including this year’s crop, has exceeded profitable demand and prices have fallen below the cost of pr…