Letters to the Editor for Dec. 24

Adult Center clarification; Slice of local life; Bah Humbug; Teach respect for police

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Wonderful Day: Recent radio play brings a new meaning to an Old Christmas classic

Hundreds of people heard a new Christmas song this season.

Round Table: ‘I just wish Ricky Ricardo had lived to see the day’

The ridiculous met the sublime last week in international matters.

JIM DRAKE’S ENTERTAINMENT BLOG: Ben Ballinger brings ‘State I’m In’ to Gorge Jan. 2

Austin resident and Gorge native Ben Ballinger is taking a slightly different marketing approach on “The State I’m In,” his sixth album to date. Ballinger signed with Good Horse Records, and it’s called “records” for good reason — that’s what they make.

Letters to the Editor for Dec. 20

Christmas memory; Support HEALTH Media Club; more

Free parking?

It’s a reality, and a good thing for everyone this holiday season

What do you mean, free parking?

Another Voice: Look to a model of cooperation in protecting our natural treasures

It was encouraging to read about the recent story reported in the Hood River News regarding the renewed efforts to protect Mount Hood. At a time when most issues are becoming more polarized, it is great to close the year out with this good news story of people coming together to protect the mountain we all love.

Letters to the Editor for Dec. 17

Act on climate; To the Mayor, City Council — great job!; more

Letters to the Editor for Dec. 13

Can’t trust the media; Disbelief; On healthcare No confidence

Project Help: Christmas Project can use help as it reaches the home stretch

Roughly one in five children in Oregon is part of a family that is at or below the poverty line.

Letters to the Editor for Dec. 10

We need to engage; An early Christmas; more

ANOTHER VOICE: Keep access to Web content equal for all

The governing principle of the Internet to date has been net neutrality — bits are bits, and Internet service providers should not prioritize content delivery based on ability to pay.

Letters to the Editor for Dec. 6

Can’t judge by the media; Pass immigration; ABLE on its way

Neon golf?

It’s just one fun community event to enjoy in and around Hood River

Several unique opportunities for community are found this week.

ANOTHER VOICE: Toxic fish in the Columbia River? Take a second look

On Sept. 30, The Hood River News published a Columbia Riverkeeper press release summarizing a three-year study of chemical contamination in eight species (10 samples) of Columbia Basin fish.