Student academic assessment results are better than last school year yet remain well below pre-pandemic levels for English Language Arts and Mathematics. This is true… Read More »Local Schools’ Test Results Down but Per-Student Cost Up
From a tax perspective, non-profit organizations are “tax exempt” because they don’t pay federal or state corporate income taxes. They must make a “profit” through… Read More »Think Outside the Box: Should Non-Profits Pay for Local Law Enforcement?
In September, the Josephine County Board of Commissioners selected Scott King and Caspian Heohne of Merit Commercial Real Estate to exclusively market The Flying Lark,… Read More »The Flying Lark Now for Sale and Ready for Hotel Expansion
Two petition drives are now underway locally, with volunteers gathering signatures to revise the Josephine County Charter. This follows a year-long study effort by the… Read More »2 Groups Proposing County Charter Revisions Now Gathering Signatures
In 2017, I attended our Chamber of Commerce’s annual awards banquet. I sat next to the leader of the FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America)… Read More »Should Students Launch a Business While in High School?
Let’s look at truth and how it is being taught to many children. In Sunday School, children learn that God created the Earth out of… Read More »More Excellent Way: Monday School or Sunday School?
On May 30, Attorney John DiLorenzo Jr. of the Davis Wright Tremaine law firm sent a letter to Acting Secretary of State Cheryl Myers to… Read More »Does Measure 113 Wording Give Senators 4 More Years?
Josephine County property owners, you’ve just received a tax cut. On June 7, two Josephine County commissioners voted to defund 4-H and other OSU Extension… Read More »Josephine County Defunds 4-H OSU Extension for 2023-24