Time for rural Oregon to make a good impact
November 11, 2020
As we near the end of a turbulent year, we’ve just experienced a critical juncture in our community, our state and our nation’s journeys: a big election.
Unless President Trump pulls a spectacular and convincing legal rabbit out of the hat, we have a new president and our first female vice president, both of whom pledge to try to get along and are asking us to do the same.
Whether or not you voted for this ticket, and many in our community did not, it’s time to reassess where we are.
It’s doubtful that many reading this would disagree that we are a divided nation. We’re certain...