Letters to the Editor for Sept. 9 edition

Businesses threatened; Walden must work for planet; more

Another Voice: Call on Greg Walden to support Dream Act of 2017

The thing that scared many folks in our community the most about a Trump presidency has happened.

Letters to the Editor for Sept. 6 edition

Prevent suicide; Drive safely; more

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Trail mix: a few observations on a Labor Day weekend beset by wildfire

Editor's Notebook

An ongoing event such as the Eagle Creek/Indian Creek fire will produce many stories. After two days covering the event in Cascade Locks and environs, here are a few observations, with no pretense of having personally experienced hardship or difficulty.

Letters to the Editor for Sept. 2

Out of touch; Walden and the wall; more

County Pervention: ‘Tobacco 21’ welcome, but more steps needed to protect children

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown has signed a new law that raises the required minimum age to legally buy or obtain tobacco products from 18 to 21. This event caps a year-long celebration of 20 years of tobacco prevention successes in the state.

Letters to the Editor, Aug. 30 edition

Applerama continues; Newsworthy, too; more

USPS Bill: Slow mail costs money

Most people get mail every day, Monday through Saturday. But what happens when the mail comes later than we expect?

Letters to the Editor for Aug. 26

Letters for Aug. 26.

Editorial: Watch List

Early this summer the City of Hood River took the welcome step of identifying what it called the “Big Six” intersections.

Letters to the Editor for Aug. 23

Walden lets District down; ‘Two-fer’ future?; more

ANOTHER VOICE: Call on Gorge Commission to take a stand on coal transport pollution

Despite a recent lawsuit to stop coal pollution in the Columbia Gorge, coal dust continues to blow off uncovered coal railroad cars traveling along the BNSF railroad line in Washington.

Letters to the Editor for Aug. 19

Painful history; Support immigrants; more

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EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK: Two guys, one contested parking space, two police officers: one wonders

The paper was out and an otherwise quiet Tuesday afternoon brought a scanner call I just had to go check out: two drivers refusing to relinquish one parking spot. What we heard was that one guy was preparing to back into a space when another guy squeezed in and stole it from behind. But both were stuck at angles, and blocking traffic.


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