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
Elections matter even when your side loses. In November 2022, the Republicans did not gain a majority in the Oregon Senate. By the GOP gaining… Read More »Editorial: Oregon Senators Must Stay Strong and Stay Away
The May 16 Special Election resulted in significant changes to our local school boards. Here are the official election results for races in Josephine County.… Read More »Election Results Point to Future Changes
On Jan. 1, Oregon’s “Paid Leave Oregon” program went into effect. Employers and employees began contributing 1% of wages up to $132,900 into the Paid… Read More »Is ‘Paid Leave Oregon’ Too Good to be True?
In the political world it’s so much easier to simply “go along to get along.” Now and then a small group of politicians just say… Read More »Hope and change in Josephine County, Salem and Washington, D.C.
By Eagle News Staff The Oregon Health Authority conducts an annual Student Health Survey of sixth, eighth and 11th grade students in Oregon public schools.… Read More »They’re Asking 11-year-olds WHAT? Inside the Invasive ‘Student Health Survey’