Letters to the Editor for Oct. 22

‘Makes sense’; Free speech stolen; Shameful; more

Another Voice: Community of caring, and the public issue of homelessness

For the past six years, hundreds of local volunteers have provided services to our neighbors who are homeless through the Hood River Warming Shelter.

Letters to the Editor for Oct. 19

No on 97, For Reynolds, ‘Eye-opener’, more

Another Voice: Why I’m voting yes on Ballot Measure 97

I’m voting yes on Measure 97 because:

Fruit A to Z: You can spell bounty many ways

Serious rain and wind in the area calls for the need for emergency preparation and travel caution — see page A11 for help with that.

Letters to the Editor for Oct. 15

Preserve the park; Trusts Johnson; more

Letters to the Editor for Oct. 12

For Reynolds; Disavow Trump; Gary Johnson; more

The text of City of Hood River Indigenous Peoples’ Day resolution

Declare the second Monday in October as Indigenous Peoples’ Day in the City of Hood River and encourage other institutions to recognize the Day

Letters to the Editor for Oct. 8

‘Deplorables’ due; ‘Christians beware’; Time to combine; more

Letters to the Editor for Oct. 5

Keep park; Vote Johnson; Confused; Thoughts

Another Voice: Look ‘behind the curtain’ at the high cost of Measure 97

We’re in the home stretch of this year’s election cycle, and, probably like many of you, I’m looking forward to it being over as soon as possible. This has been one of the most polarizing and divisive elections I’ve ever witnessed — and, according to polls, many of you feel the same way I do. I make my voting decisions based on my personal beliefs and principles and in some races this year, it’s very hard to find a choice

Letters to the Editor for Sept. 30

Housing needed; Support Johnson; Vote Reynolds; more

Vital Content: The Web would be sparse landscape without newspapers

Several years ago cyberspace was frenzied over many popular websites going dark for 24 hours to protest a federal bill meant to crack down on video piracy.

Road safety: New focus on a county-city challenge

Speed and stop sign scofflaws are a chronic problem at the Markham-Barrett Road intersection, where a local woman and regular walker lost her life last week when she was struck by a vehicle.

Letters to the Editor for Sept. 28

No future; Failure; Funds help students; more