Mayor candidates Greg Colt and Paul Blackburn were mailed nine questions from the Hood River News. Their answers are below.
The final day to register as a new voter in Hood River County is Tuesday, Oct. 14.
Judge Karen Ostrye received overwhelming support in a poll of local attorneys asked to choose between incumbent Ostrye and opponent Timothy B. Ferrell.
Mayoral debate on Oct. 22, ‘Office Hours’ events start Oct. 16
Voters in the City of Hood River will be able to hear directly from mayor and council candidates in two public events.
After it failed due to a subpar voter turnout in May, a measure that would charge Cascade Locks electric customers a fee to support the city’s fire and EMS department is heading back to the ballot this November.
Democratic Legislative candidates Robert Bruce and Stephanie Nystrom will be in Hood River Sunday for a 6 p.m. gathering hosted by the Hood River Democratic Committee. The location is 4420 Riordan Hill Drive (corner of Country Club and Riordan– first house on the right).
Greg Colt will run for mayor in November.
On ObamaCare, the GOP leader claims president has even ‘spun up’ some Democrats
U.S. Rep. Greg Walden told ranchers from Wasco and Sherman counties July 3 that Oregon had once been offered more wolves from Idaho.
One of the best kept secrets in the Gorge was Republican Speaker of the House John Boehner’s visit July 2 to several locations including Hood River and Timberline.
A wildfire that began sometime early Wednesday morning on the site of an active timber sale on Hood River County Forestry Department timberland has been brought under control by fire crews.
The open position of Hood River mayor has its first announced contestant.
Nichols Basin: Walden, Merkley support Water Resources bill
New language inserted into a federal water resources bill that’s awaiting legislative approval could help the Port of Hood River speed the development of a waterfront pedestrian trail planned for the west bank of the Nichols Boat Basin.
The Columbia Gorge Consortium invited lawmakers from Olympia and Salem who represent districts in the Columbia River Gorge to attend a bi-state legislative summit Friday, May 16 in White Salmon. Five legislators were on hand for the occasion.
Time to vote: Friday is the last day to mail in your ballot for the May 20 election; after that, plan to deliver it yourself
The votes will be counted on May 20.
The May 3 edition carried profiles of Republican contenders for the U.S. House District 2 position: incumbent Greg Walden of Hood River and Dennis Linthicum of Beatty, in Klamath County. The vote May 20 will determine who runs in the November General election.
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