Category Archives: Editorial

UNCERTAINTY By Jackie Deal

Uncertainty. Is “uncertainty” a basic human emotion? Well, if it isn’t (and it isn’t) maybe it should be. Check out “basic human emotions” on the internet and you get this: love, joy, surprise, fear, sadness, disgust, shame and pride. H’mm. … Continue reading

Posted in Editorial, General Interest | 6 Comments

Summer Comes Early

It’s Dry Out There! The dryness of Oregon summers has started early this year. Not only is this looking like another high fire risk year, but also another high water use year as irrigation systems are being turned on early. … Continue reading

Posted in Editorial, General Interest | Tagged | Comments Off on Summer Comes Early

Please… Please… The Office Needs Your Help

The office staff is asking, no, pleading,no begging, NO, IMPLORING all members to help with the mail situation. Last week was Summer it seemed and tomorrow is Christmas it seems. The mail room is inundated with seasonal catalogs, cards and … Continue reading

Posted in Editorial, General Interest | Comments Off on Please… Please… The Office Needs Your Help

Emergency preparedness: “Be ready for 14 days on your own”

According to a recent article on Wired.com, the new message in home emergency preparedness is: “Be ready for 14 days on your own. Two weeks.” Science writer Adam Rogers reports in “The Science Behind Home Disaster Preparedness Kits Is a … Continue reading

Posted in Editorial, Life at Timber Valley, News | Tagged | Comments Off on Emergency preparedness: “Be ready for 14 days on your own”

Junky Dumpty Set on a Wall? Com’on People…

Editorial by Dar Hoch…. Subject:   Ongoing incidents of household items that were improperly disposed of. A number of items that someone thought might still be of use to someone else were arranged by the wall of the potable water fill … Continue reading

Posted in Editorial, General Interest | Comments Off on Junky Dumpty Set on a Wall? Com’on People…