Register: Few candidates, numerous voters?

The sparse slate on the May 20 Primary Election for Hood River County is either a confirmation of the work of the incumbents or a suggestion that more attention should have been paid to the fact that the elected positions are up to a vote.

Young Voices: Hawks strengthen bonds despite State hoops disappointment

The Horizon Christian Varsity basketball team went to state for the fourth time in a row this year. I was luckily enough to be part of the amazing experience.

On letters: Keep them coming

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

Letters to the Editor for March 15

We are all humans; Core credibility; Be kind to Marty; more

Letters to the Editor for March 12

Must-see; Great production; Locals only; more

Dusty but open: As projects reach peak, keep businesses in mind

The commanding voice called “Keep moving!” to a motorist who was rounding a corner on the Heights Monday.

ANOTHER VOICE: OSU ranks seventh worldwide in agriculture and forestry

CORVALLIS – Oregon State University has been recognized as a world-class center in agriculture and forestry, ranking seventh in a new international survey of more than 200 schools.

Letters to the Editor for March 8

Honorable character; Caring economics; OBOB is spectator sport; more

May Primary: The season is upon us

Seasons change, or keep cycling around, and so it is with the next season.

Doonesbury at 44: Don’t put a gate around Walden Pond, Garry

How will the sands of time treat Doonesbury?

Letters to the Editor for March 5

Amazing production; See winter play at HRV; Oppose coal transport; more

Heights detours: The reader boards were there and gone, but the project is a go ...

The city waterline replacement project’s long creep toward town reaches a critical point starting as early as Monday: Look for excavation and closure of Belmont at 12th and 13th, the only junction directly connecting downtown and the north area of the Heights with the commercial and residential areas of the south Heights.

Another Voice: District can brag, yet schools must also lift

When my superintendent peers across the state ask me, “So, how’s it going so far in Hood River County?” I can’t help but smile as I explain what most folks around here already know — we have an amazingly committed community and an amazingly committed school staff. Honestly, with a combination like that, the future looks bright for the Hood River County School District.

On to State: Recognizing all winter efforts

Athletes and scholars from Hood River Valley High School and Horizon Christian School are on their way, or fresh back from, state competition in a variety of pursuits. It has been a productive winter for swimmers, wrestlers, skiers, snowboarders, hoopsters, robotics competitors and recitors.

Letters to the Editor for March 1

Social Security; Intimidation; Not a sales kid; more