Letters to the Editor for Nov. 24

Smarter than that; Hanford mess; Irony; more

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Hearts form leaves and handwritten messages form a cornucopia of expression taking the shape of a long-branched tree.

Be thankful for these safe cooking recommendations from the state Fire Marshal

With Thanksgiving upon us, State Fire Marshal Jim Walker is reminding Oregonians to keep fire safety front and center when cooking and preparing holiday meals.

Letters to the Editor for Nov. 21

Fellowship time; West side park needed; more

Pitch and Pool: Kudos for fall success, and a look ahead

The winter sports season dawns on Saturday, following Thanksgiving break for local students. As noted in This Week at HRVHS, the Blue and Gold Night will be held Nov. 28, and it’s a great opportunity to see the nascent skills of our Eagle teams in action, and give the youngsters the support they deserve.

Letters to the Editor for Nov. 18

Don’t deny homeowner rights; Fun at Andrew’s; Happy for review; more

Shop Locally: Support your neighbors, and find the pleasures of hometown spending

Santa and his elves have their workshop. Gorge residents have their local shops.

Letters to the Editor for Nov. 14

Signature drive ongoing in CL; Curious on Nestlé; more

Veterans Day: Notes on observing Nov. 11, and help for veterans all year round

To say it out loud is uplifting: “Thank you for your service.”

Letters to the Editor for Nov. 11

America’s Veterans; Legacy; Not a park; more

Letters to the Editor for Nov. 7

Take action; Welcome Nestlé; See cracks

The Christmas Project: Help make the season merry and bright

The Hood River County Christmas Project began registering families in need on Friday — the 91st year community members have stepped up to provide assistance during the holiday season — and with this start comes the call for volunteers.

Another Voice: Land use planning can reduce wildfire threat and costs

The 2015 fire season was worse than any on record and summertime temperatures are steadily escalating. Increasing the average summer temperature by just one degree Fahrenheit results in an increase of 420 wildfires in the State annually, according to estimates by the Oregon Department of Forestry.

Letters to the Editor for Nov. 4

‘CAVE’ people; CL needs Nestlé; Railroad roulette; more