Letters to the Editor for Oct. 3

Yes to Nestlé; Hypocrisy; Campaign kickoff; CASA needs volunteers

‘Hearts with Umpqua’: Flags lowered for victims of killings in Roseburg

A gunman murdered 10 people at Roseburg’s Umpqua Community College Thursday, the worst school shooting in Oregon since the 1999 Thurston High School shootings in which four people died.

Another Voice: Hood River Valley Residents’ Committee celebrates 38 years

At its 38th annual meeting the Hood River Valley Residents’ Committee (HRVRC), welcomed keynote speaker Gil Kelley, director of citywide planning for San Francisco and former planning director of Portland. Kelley, also a part-time resident of Mount Hood, opened his talk with a quote: “In livable cities is the preservation of the wild.”

Letters to the Editor for Sept. 30

Limit exposure; Water concerns; ‘Tales’ thanks; Blessed

Fire Watch: Thank the firefighters, but realize that fire season continues

Helicopters flying over school zones — a necessary step — is not an everyday occurrence, but it serves as a reminder that fire danger goes on.

Simple, but powerful, ways to take a stand against domestic violence

Domestic violence thrives when we are silent, but if we take a stand and work together, we can end domestic violence.

Letters to the Editor for Sept. 26

Standards squashed; Come to dinner; more

Another voice: Bracing for the worst: Making your own emergency plan

Your family may not be together if a disaster strikes, so it is important to think about the following situations and plan just in case

Letters to the Editor for Sept. 23

Thanks; Focus on ‘real pariah’

True Center: Johnisee pool honor shows the power of working for community

Some might call it a modest history.

Letters to the Editor for Sept. 19

Iran parable; ‘More purr for the fur’

Letters to the Editor for Sept. 16

Thinking and confused; Energy revolution

Celebrate Pears: As easy as A … B … C

Ah …it is au-tumn.

ANOTHER VOICE: Wyden’s statement on difficult choice of supporting Iran nuclear deal

The Senate has no weightier responsibility this fall than consideration of the nuclear agreement recently negotiated by the United States, key world powers, and Iran.