At 6:05 p.m. on July 7 the 2015 Oregon Legislative Session came to an end. The final days and hours of a session are filled with the consideration of a huge amount of policy and budget bills that must be passed before the final gavel falls.
Late Tuesday evening. Or maybe it’s Wednesday now, because it’s 1:45 a.m. It’s hot. Well, of course it’s hot. We’ve got the windows open in our bedroom, and I’m awake because something as of yet unidentified has woken me up.
Vacation homes boost economy; Parade thanks
Early summer has been a tragic time on local highways.
A real good time in real time.
The kids are our bounty; A truck and water solution; We need the Antiquities Act
You don’t need Hood River County’s recent drought declaration to recognize that we’re facing an unusually dry year. With the Hood River running at 39 percent of normal, a nearly non-existent snow pack, and temperatures over 100 degrees in June, everyone has water on their minds.
On July 6, 2013, a train carrying highly flammable oil from the Bakken region derailed and burned in the town of Lac-Megantic, Quebec, resulting in explosions so violent that several city blocks were flattened and 47 victims were incinerated, 5 of whom were never found.
Not all CL wants Nestlé; Commit to climate justice
“Beautiful Bounty” is a parade theme that well-describes the event itself.
I urge you to reconsider Cascade Locks’ plan to enter into a contract with a private corporation to provide hundreds of millions of gallons of water annually to be bottled and sold.
Reality; Yes to Nestlé;Make a change
Do you think Sunday’s thunder storm was loud?
What to ask Sen. Wyden; Thank you, John Duckwall; more