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Letters to the Editor for Feb. 10

‘Wagging the dog’; Do research; more

School Bond: District crafts a solid plan to put before voters this spring

The Hood River County School District Board of Directors is poised to make a major decision for children tonight.

Flags Lowered: Seaside Police Sgt. Jason Goodding

Gov. Kate Brown has ordered all flags at public institutions to be flown at half-staff from sunrise to sunset on Feb. 12, in honor of Seaside Police Sgt. Jason Goodding.

Letters to the Editor for Feb. 6

Cost of business; ‘Good Karma’; What if?; more

MAILS and Marijuana: Legislators right to work to stamp out a bad, old regulation

Great acronym, great move: the Marijuana Advertising in Legal States (MAILS) Act has made its legislative debut, courtesy of Oregon Senators Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley and their state counterparts, Reps. Earl Blumenauer and Suzanne Bonamici.

Letters to the Editor for Feb. 3

ADA question; ‘Local’ sticker; Homeless concerns; more

Staying Alive: ‘AED’ is the latest example of many ways firefighters serve the county

Local firefighters found a fitting alternate meaning of the acronym AED — which officially means automatic external defibrillator, but now also stands for “Amazing Ellen Dittebrandt” for the firefighter (and artist, and athlete) who was a cornerstone of Hood River Fire & EMS and lead CPR instructor who tragically died in August 2014.

Letters to the Editor for Jan. 30

Choices; Get a shovel; more

Flags Lowered: LCpl. Ty L. Hart

Governor Kate Brown has ordered all flags at public institutions to be flown at half-staff from sunrise to sunset in honor of Lance Corporal Ty L. Hart on Saturday, Jan. 30,the date of his memorial service.

Another Voice: Rep. Mark Johnson looks to February session

On Feb. 1, the 2016 February session will officially begin. You may recall that annual sessions were approved by the voters in 2010 and the even-year sessions were limited to 35 days and intended to give the legislature an opportunity to make needed budget adjustments and to consider “minor” policy needs. Each legislator is limited to introducing just two bills, with just a little more than one week to pass your bills out of committee.

Letters to the Editor for Jan. 27

‘Act of war’; Deadline near; Register to vote; more

Letters to the Editor for Jan. 23

Lessons; Running for office; more

Staying Power: Yes, let us ‘keep good people here’

Like two halves of a clamshell, the issues more and more form a whole: Tourism and affordable housing.

Letters to the Editor for Jan. 20

‘Necessary step’; Adds voice; more

Tourism costs: ‘Studio’ is a welcome program, but keep in mind overall impacts

News comes this week that Hood River receives “most romantic” honors from OregonLive.

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