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Letters to the Editor for Oct. 4

Nystrom for Dist. 52; Vote for Ostrye; Globe still warms; Time for solutions

Landing at university: A parent’s rite of passage

We delivered Delaney to school last week, in a ritual numerous parents of college students can appreciate.

Helping Hands: Revived pie contest helps put spotlight on the problem of domestic violence

The organizer of “Eat Dessert First,” Brian Shortt, likes to say, “There is no such thing as a bad pie.”

Letters to the Editor for Oct.1

Vote sustainable; Climate change is real; more

Letters to the Editor for Sept. 27

Incumbent accountability; Vote Ostrye; more

ANOTHER VOICE: Members of the law enforcement community across Oregon oppose Ballot Measure 88

On August 1 the Oregon Secretary of State’s Elections office assigned a title to the Protect Oregon Driver Licenses citizen’s veto referendum #301, Ballot Measure 88, to put before the state’s voters Senate Bill 833.

Felicitations, United Way

The Sept. 18 French-themed fundraiser, Midnight in Paris, yielded about $100,000 (it will probably go higher — the money’s still being counted) in what would likely be the largest amount raised at a single event in Hood River history.

Letters to the Editor for Sept. 24

Re: Embedding Arts and Music; Global warming refuted; Johnson for Cascade Locks; more

ANOTHER VOICE: Lions won’t take them anymore, but please recycle your newspapers

For more than 30 years, the Hood River Lions Club has been collecting and recycling newspapers as a way to fund various community projects.

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Danger Zone:6th and Sherman

Not so sure, man

Steep hills, narrow streets, and prolific foliage help give Hood River its beauty and character.

Letters to the editor for Sept. 20

Why I’ll march; Support Nystrom; more

Letters to the editor for Sept. 17

Camp fire red flag; Domestic violence is here, too; Learn to be Firewise; more

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Fire Watch: Red flag reminds us to keep our guards up

The Gorge is in red flag watch status.

Jim Drake’s Entertainment Blog: A comic’s taste of opera brews Sept. 19-20

Shannon Wheeler never thought one of his comic strips could transform into an opera. But after performances in San Diego, Portland and Albuquerque, it’s probably sinking in that Too Much Coffee Man will stick around in this seemingly far-removed artistic format.

Letters to the Editor for Sept. 13

‘The right thing’; In agreement; Nystrom for House; more