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Letters to the editor for Dec. 10

Keep kids off drugs; Farm Film Fest

Standing Rock decision: ‘We will have no choice but to fight even harder’

Yesterday, the Department of the Army announced its decision withholding the easement required to allow the Dakota Access Pipeline to cross under the Missouri River.

On Letters: 350 words or fewer, but keep them coming

In every issue of the Hood River News, the “Our Readers Write” column is a vital part of the community forum.

Letters to the Editor for Dec. 7

Makes sense!, Farewell, Nutcracker, more

Another Voice: Three myths about immigration and the sanctuary city proposal

I would like to address three myths about immigration that I have heard repeated in the past few months.

Letters to the Editor for Dec. 3

No dogs; Not ‘fine’; more

Pear-fection; Hardy Myers

Today is World Pear Day — certainly an event to celebrate in Hood River County.

Letters to the Editor for Nov. 30

‘Path to wrath’, On Trump’s election, more

Another Voice: DACA database could more easily become a weapon than a shield

On June 15, 2012, President Obama announced a new policy that allowed certain undocumented youth who were brought to the United States by their parents as young children to be considered for relief from removal from United States or from entering into removal proceedings.

From students at HRVHS: ‘We stand by the rights of all people’

Hood River Valley High School Students, Faculty, Alumni, and Community, At Hood River Valley High School, we are proud to represent a wide range of political opinions and a diverse population of students.

Letters to the Editor for Nov. 26

Where’s coverage?, Why, Rep. Walden?, more

Letters to Santa: ‘Add to the excitement of the season’

NORTH POLE – Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus — and the U.S. Postal Service can help you prove it when Santa replies to your child’s letter, complete with a North Pole postmark.

Letters to the Editor for Nov. 23

Equal Voice; Overcome fears; more

Letters to the Editor for Nov. 19

Time for Trump; Deplorable; more

The power of manners: A Southern recipe for coping with conflict

It was my mother who saw to it that my education regarding things “Southern” began by comparing and contrasting everything with the single word: Yankee.

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