Summer Travel: Know before you go: a few road tips

The Troutdale-to-Biggs paving project is coming in one week to the Interstate 84 section at Hood River.

Letter to the Editor for July 6: 'Angels among us'

Do you know there are angels right here in Hood River and surrounding communities?

Fire Works

Thanks for the Lions pyro show; public caution remains a high need

An explosive Fourth of July celebration yielded, gratefully, no major fires in thanks to cool weather and the vigilance of fire crews, and despite the bone-headed behavior of some people using illegal fireworks.

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Editor's Notebook: Cowboy sing-along and the go-cart doctor give parade true community meaning

“Hit by penny candy, amused by a mouse, hit by a runaway stroller …”

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Editor’s Notebook: For your consideration, a few parking ideas that have come of age

The obscure sport of Parking Your Age may be on its last legs, but with my birthday a month ago I got back into it.

Letters to the Editor for July 2, 2017

Letters for July 2, 2017

Letters to the Editor for June 29

Clarification; New tradition; Respect freedom

Fire season is here: enjoy yourself, safely and legally

Hood River County Library District invites the community to celebrate the fifth anniversary of the libraries’ reopening at its “Star Wars birthday party” on Friday, July 1 from 5-7 p.m. (details on page A5) as just one part of First Friday, which features the STEM fair postponed from a month ago, two art openings, and plenty more happening downtown.

Letter to the Editor for June 25

Market success

No to oil trains

Union Pacific’s poor stewardship of the tracks as revealed by federal findings and the ominous likelihood of another derailment, worse than the one at Mosier June 3, points simply to the need to end oil train travel through the Gorge.

Another Voice: Trains in the Columbia Gorge are going in the wrong direction

If there is any positive outcome to the Mosier oil train derailment on June 3, it is that many more people are asking the right questions about oil trains traveling along the Columbia River and through our communities. These are questions that challenge our complacency and call for us to stand up for our values as residents of the Columbia Gorge.

Another Voice: Parks District should focus efforts on a west side site, not Barrett property

For the last six months, Hood River Valley Parks and Recreation District has partnered with us, Hood River Valley Residents Committee, to explore the feasibility of creating a new 20-acre community park at the corner of Fairview and Belmont, catty corner from Westside Elementary School.

ANOTHER VOICE: Governor Brown: Respect the will of Hood River voters

Hood River County voters made history in the May 17 election.

Letters to the Editor for June 22

See history live; Need answers; more

Letters to the Editor for June 18

‘Not for sale’; Thoughts; Precautions; Protect Gorge; Be reasonable


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