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Editorial: Time to listen, vote, and, yes, write

Ballots go out Friday, meaning decision time is near for the Oregon General Election. Vote by Nov. 4, and have the confidence you have fulfilled a true act of volunteerism.

Letters to the Editor for Oct. 18

Soil not oil; Vote Democratic Nov. 4; Support Mosier chief; more

Letters to the Editor for Oct. 15

Colt is committed; Blackburn for Mayor; Field fellows?; more

ANOTHER VOICE: Support Measure 88 for a healthy, safe community

Yard signs dot our landscape, appealing for us to vote for the kind of policies and leadership we most want for our community. Every campaign and every vote matters. But no choice offered to us on Nov. 6 is more important to families in our community than Measure 88.

Letters to the Editor for Oct. 11

Blackburn will lead well; ‘Bi-partisanship’; Peers respect Judge Ostrye; more

Letters to the Editor for Oct. 8

Blackburn for mayor; Small changes are big; Keep Thomsen; more

Fire Prevention: This is the week to focus on home readiness in case of disaster

From the National Fire Prevention Association (NFPA) comes one of the simplest tips for safety in the home.

On letters: Keep them coming

A word of encouragement, a word of caution.

Letters to the Editor for Oct. 4

Nystrom for Dist. 52; Vote for Ostrye; Globe still warms; Time for solutions

Landing at university: A parent’s rite of passage

We delivered Delaney to school last week, in a ritual numerous parents of college students can appreciate.

Helping Hands: Revived pie contest helps put spotlight on the problem of domestic violence

The organizer of “Eat Dessert First,” Brian Shortt, likes to say, “There is no such thing as a bad pie.”

Letters to the Editor for Oct.1

Vote sustainable; Climate change is real; more

Letters to the Editor for Sept. 27

Incumbent accountability; Vote Ostrye; more

ANOTHER VOICE: Members of the law enforcement community across Oregon oppose Ballot Measure 88

On August 1 the Oregon Secretary of State’s Elections office assigned a title to the Protect Oregon Driver Licenses citizen’s veto referendum #301, Ballot Measure 88, to put before the state’s voters Senate Bill 833.

Felicitations, United Way

The Sept. 18 French-themed fundraiser, Midnight in Paris, yielded about $100,000 (it will probably go higher — the money’s still being counted) in what would likely be the largest amount raised at a single event in Hood River history.

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