‘The time of my life’; False advertising?; Pet scam alert; more
Danger Zone: Slow down on Fairview Drive
Labor Day is more than a day for barbecues and the last day of school vacation. Coming on the first Monday in September, it is a creation of the labor movement and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers. It constitutes a yearly national tribute to the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of our country.
Ellen created, and served; Nystrom for House; Retain Johnson; more
Friday’s Blue-Gold night started the school year off well.
‘Little store that could’; ‘Refreshing’ comment; Can I get a refund?; Keep Town Hall in mind
Election Filing: Monday’s the final day
What if all your hard-earned garage sale proceeds went to paying off a city fine for those signs you illegally stuck on power poles?
Lot benefits only Meadows; Johnson supports education; Questionable claims; more
'Novel idea'; Who gets noticed?; Leave dogs at home
This is the season of the bittersweet. Minds are on the return to school, a fact favored by parents and regretted by most kids. This is the time of year when wind sports enthusiasts are still looking for a good ride, but typically see glassy water. The lack of moving air aggravates the already warm temperatures.
Helis, not dogs; Heads up, Dems; Respect earned; more
Overheard, father to son, at the 2014 Hood River County Fair: “In this case, the carnival is part of the fair, but there doesn’t need to be a carnival on for there to be a fair.”
Musicians are known for breaking things. The other week, I helped out my friends in the Liberty Bond Jug Band, a band, by the way, that technically shouldn’t even need electricity to play music — and by the end of the gig, we had one questionably-functioning pre-amp and another guitar with only five strings left.
Health centers serve; MH lot an ill fit; Lot fills ‘dire’ need
Flags Lowered: Firefighter Matthew Goodnature
Gentle reminder, for anyone who’s ever considered a run for local public office.
The United States consumes 83 percent of the world’s oxycodone and 99 percent of its hydrocodone, according to a 2010 International Narcotics Control Board report. These are all generally classified as potent painkillers and sedatives and used for a wide variety of medical needs such as pain control, anxiety and depression.