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.

Letters to the Editor, Aug. 16 edition

Condemn hatred; Wants to help; more

City of Hood River: Mayor asks Rep. Walden to ‘join our collective call’ on energy

The Hood River City Council would like to bring you up to speed related to the Hood River Energy Plan, currently being developed as a collaboration of seven local partners including the City of Hood River, the County of Hood River, the City of Cascade Locks, the Port of Cascade Locks, the Port of Hood River, Energy Trust of Oregon, and the Ford Family Foundation.

Letters to the Editor, Aug. 12 edition

‘Trumpian’ letter, Columnist apology, PERS change needed, more

Letters to the Editor for Aug. 9 edition

Is Westside Plan safe?, Coal train assault, more

Eclipse Planning: Careful planning is well-advised

Eclipse Begins: 9:04 a.m. on Aug. 21.

Tips for saving money on ‘back to school’ needs

Back-to-school spending is cutting more deeply into family budgets than ever before. In fact, the National Retail Foundation expects parents to shell out $83.6 billion this year to send their children and college students back to school, an increase of 10 percent over last year.

Letters to the Editor for Aug. 5

Addicted Americas; Helpful letter; more

Another Voice: The Oregon PERS debt time bomb

Taxpayer-funded pension systems are combustible by nature, but Oregon’s ticking time bomb known as PERS is on the brink of exploding.

Letters to the Editor for Aug. 2

Don’t rush bad bill; We the people; more

Another Voice: Americans need to stop treating each other like the enemy

As we venture deeper into the new realities of a Donald Trump presidency, many people across this great country are still feeling anger and resentment toward one another in the wake of a very messy and tumultuous 2016 election. Rather than seeing past their political differences, a growing number of Americans have chosen to stop speaking with friends and even family members, all because of whom they voted for.

Letters to the Editor for July 29

Thoughtful Plea, No excuse, Voyeur drones, more



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