Letters to the editor for Jan. 17
Gorge Ecumenical Ministries weigh in on a photo ID proposal.
Letters to the editor for Jan. 13.
Over the past 25 years; while working at The Next Door, I visited families with new babies.
What will it take?; Yes on 101; more
I’m a physician in Hood River. My business and passion is taking care of my patients — all ages, all incomes, large and small medical needs, acute and chronic, physical and mental, from preventive to end-of-life. I don’t have the chops or inclination to be a journalist, but those same patients and neighbors often need policy advocacy to ensure even basic access to medical care. So, on their behalf, let me explain why I, and the vast majority of Oregon’s medical community, want to make sure Measure 101 gets passed this month.
‘A-ha’; No on 101; more
With every New Year’s greeting, we were fooling ourselves.
Girls Up bike mission succeeds; Keep it local; more
The list of beverage containers having a 10 cent refund value is increasing, and that is a good thing for three local non-profits which use the refund money for community activities.
I hope you are all enjoying the holiday break and plan to ring in the New Year tonight with the people you love.
Note: An asterisk (*) denotes those who co-signed letters.
This was not an average year for letters to the editor.
“Hate was just a failure of imagination.”
Happy Holidays; Bridge bargains; more