Letters to the Editor for April 16

Helping students succeed; Well-deserved; Common sense fix

‘Grey Lady’ gets a little lost in its 36-hour Hood River tour

The New York Times has once again found favor with the Gorge, in an article they call “Hood River in 36 hours,” published April 3 in the newspaper’s online edition.

A Blossom Welcome

This is simply a glorious time of year to be in the Hood River valley.

Letters to the Editor for April 12

Great theater coverage; No moratorium; Help needed

School Budget

Cuts and reductions increase the importance of public involvement

We are looking at a fairly bleak funding picture for Hood River County School District in 2014-15.

ANOTHER VOICE: Are those tests really necessary?

I recently attended the Safe Patient Project Summit in Yonkers, N.Y., at the headquarters of Consumer Reports, the world’s largest independent product-testing organization. I was there with other patient safety advocates, and we were introduced to the new Choosing Wisely campaign.

Letters to the Editor for April 9

Do your part; Beyond debate; True teamwork; more

Bravo, Follies: See it for a night of fun for a good cause

Lions Follies is not the same old song and dance.

ANOTHER VOICE: Helping kids grow up healthy and safe

Throughout the year, Child Abuse Intervention Centers in Oregon play a critical role in making our state a place that prioritizes the health and safety of children. There are close to 70,000 reports of abuse and neglect each year in Oregon, and almost half of all victims of abuse are under the age of 6.

Letters to the Editor for April 5

Not 100 percent; Shining examples; Money talks; Officials oppose coal transport

Learning list: Community Ed catalog opens many doors

One of the community’s best resources for planning spring and summer events is the new catalog, hot off the press, from Hood River Community Education.

Letters to the Editor for April 2

Change is inevitable; Not fair; Why wait?

On Letters: Keep them coming

Readers often ask, “How do you decide which letters to print?”

ANOTHER VOICE: Mistrust, discrimination influence Latino health care satisfaction

Mistrust of the medical community and perceived discrimination by health care providers can affect how satisfied young adult Latinos in rural Oregon are with their health care, new research from Oregon State University shows.

Letters to the Editor for March 29

Rumor rumor; True locals; 'Restoration;' more