Letters to the Editor for July 20

Your art center; Sexist attack; more

ANOTHER VOICE: ‘We cannot let another day go by’

Recently during a visit to New Hampshire, Gregory and Linda Drugan shared with me the painful story of the death of their son, Greg.

Flags Lowered: Victims in Nice, France, and Baton Rouge

Governor Kate Brown on Friday, July 15 ordered all flags at Oregon public institutions to be flown at half-staff in honor of the victims of the attack in Nice, France, and Baton Rouge, La.

Letters to the Editor for July 16

Listen; Mosier says thanks; Credit people

KB4C, 4U

The best events are the ones that start as acts of love, and so it is with the highly successful Kiteboarding 4 Cancer weekend that fills the Hood River waterfront July 15-17

Another Voice: Why I am voting Gov. Johnson, President

As an American citizen, I believe he represents the best in American ideals and will act in accordance with America’s best interests.

Getting Around: Take a long, hard look at congestion and pedestrian-based solutions

A pedestrian bridge serving the west end of the waterfront was just one idea mentioned Monday in City Council applicant interviews (story, page A9). Not a new idea, but one worth renewing, especially as the city embarks on a long-range transportation management plan for the west side of the city.

Letters to the Editor for July 13

Praise for Avenue Q; Just apologize; more

Another Voice: Immigration reform advocate: ‘It is time to unfreeze the status quo’

During harvest time for corn, the heavy yet melodic rhythm of “El Novillo Despuntado,” a ranchera song performed by an iconic figure for Mexican campesinos, echoes on the southern plains in Jalisco, Mexico.

Letters to the Editor for July 9

Representing volunteers

Summer Travel: Know before you go: a few road tips

The Troutdale-to-Biggs paving project is coming in one week to the Interstate 84 section at Hood River.

Letter to the Editor for July 6: 'Angels among us'

Do you know there are angels right here in Hood River and surrounding communities?

Fire Works

Thanks for the Lions pyro show; public caution remains a high need

An explosive Fourth of July celebration yielded, gratefully, no major fires in thanks to cool weather and the vigilance of fire crews, and despite the bone-headed behavior of some people using illegal fireworks.

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Editor's Notebook: Cowboy sing-along and the go-cart doctor give parade true community meaning

“Hit by penny candy, amused by a mouse, hit by a runaway stroller …”

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Editor’s Notebook: For your consideration, a few parking ideas that have come of age

The obscure sport of Parking Your Age may be on its last legs, but with my birthday a month ago I got back into it.