Letters to the Editor for Oct. 4 edition

Passing outrage; New tweet rules; more

Another Voice: Conjuring happiness by the bagful

From crappiness, happiness!

Another Voice: If Net Neutrality dies, the internet dies with it

Do you like paying more for less? If so, then you’re going to love President Trump’s plan to eliminate Net Neutrality.

Letters to the Editor, Sept. 30 edition

Why so little help?; Nuts in the White House; more

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Eagle Creek fire stakeholders say ‘thank you, firefighters’

As our incident management team returns home from the Eagle Creek fire, I would like to extend a sincere thank you to the residents of the Hood River Valley and Cascade Locks.

Letters to the Editor for Sept. 27 edition

Fight Walden bill; Keep CGCC Japanese classes; more

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Preparing to evacuate: ‘What Did You Pack?’

Eagle Creek fire and all its impacts have gripped the attention of everyone in the Gorge since Sept. 2. This was most true for the hundreds of residents who either had to evacuate their homes in early- and mid-September, or who lived in areas subject to evacuation alerts.

Letters to the Editor for Sept. 23 edition

Bridge toll tie-ups; Clearcut sidestep; more

Editor’s Notebook: Helping kids be better readers is a SMART move

I won an award and haven’t even bragged about it to my brothers.

Another Voice: Finding ‘Best of All Worlds’ in the area of cell tower permit requests

Who doesn’t want their cell phone to have a strong signal, with lots of bars?

Letters to the Editor for Sept. 20 edition

A fine example; Thankful; New bridge needed; more

‘Overwhelming enthusiasm’: Community comes together for firefighters

Our community responded with overwhelming enthusiasm last week after the Hood River News asked for items of need for our fire crews and emergency responders.

Letters to the Editor, Sept. 16 edition

History Lesson; 9-11-01, more

Another Voice: Eagle Creek Fire: The Gorge will recover

It’s all too easy to do Monday morning quarter backing as to what should have been done. The Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area is a complex mosaic of ownership and management responsibilities. The 292,500 acre land base includes wilderness, state parks and national forest lands and about 50 percent of the scenic area in private ownership. Management of scenic area lands is divided between the U.S. Forest Service, Columbia River Gorge Commission, counties and state and federal agencies such as State Parks and Bonneville Power Administration.

Letters to the Editor for Sept. 13

‘Illegal’ battle, Snap-ing to it, Poor notice