To the editor: Re-elect a really creative and dedicated Wasco County commissioner. With eyes focused on the future, Rod Runyon has made memorandums more easily available through the county website.
To the editor: There is something wrong within our city government. Rather than progress and improvement, we seem to be steadily falling apart. What little construction growth there may be is consistently thwarted by excessive fees and inconsistent demands, which cause citizens to put projects on hold until something more sensible makes progress possible. Water and sewer rates are completely out of hand. Residential rates for water and sewer in Hermiston is $39.13. Ours is nearly triple at $104.72 per month.
To the editor: It astounds me that people will write letters to criticize others when it is obvious they have not checked the facts! Mr. George Clark did this!
To the editor: My wife and I moved to The Dalles just over a year ago from a small town in Washington where we had lived for over 25 years.
To the editor: I would like to urge people to vote to retain Karen Ostrye as Circuit Court Judge in the upcoming election.
To the editor: During the 10 years I served on the Wasco County Court/Board of Commissioners I did not meet with my fellow commissioners outside regularly scheduled meetings nor did I travel throughout the county with either of them.
To the editor: Rod Runyon was a supporter of veterans long before it was “popular.”
To the editor: Picture the following scenario: District Attorney, Eric Nisley, a state employee, prepares an annual budget for his county department and county employees.
Candidate forum Community members are invited to mark their calendar for Tuesday, Oct. 21 and attend a candidate’s forum sponsored by The Dalles Chamber of Commerce and Wasco County Farm Bureau. The forum begins with a meet-and-greet at 5:30 p.m., political discussion from 6 to 9 p.m. Location is the third floor of Building 2, Columbia Gorge Community College campus. Participants will include candidates from city and county races and information on state ballot issues.
Police, fire, medical and lottery reports from Oct. 16, 2014
The Gorge Fruit and Craft Fair arrives Saturday, Oct. 18, and continues through Sunday, Oct.19, at the Hood River County Fairgrounds, 3020 Wy’east Rd., near the community of Odell. The fruit and craft fair runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Are you a pixie or a troll? Possibly a faun? Or even Sasquatch? Join all kinds of mythological creatures of the woodland realm on Saturday, Oct. 25, at Spring House Cellar, First and Cascade streets, in Hood River for the first annual SECRETS After-Dark Costume Ball.
City extends abatement for local manufacturing firm
A wanted man crashed through multiple yards and fences Thursday night eluding police, who found him more than three hours later and arrested him on multiple charges – including the original warrant.
Details to be worked out with Wasco County