To the editor: Just a reminder to all our caring donors and friends: We at Bread and Blessings want to say thank you for all your food, clothing, miscellaneous and financial donations for the past 21 years. We rely 100 percent on your kind generosity, helping us remain an independent, not-for-profit charitable organization here in The Dalles.
To the editor: Neighbors, thank you for your response and help with the fire on my place.
To the editor: There was a question asked in your last publication of letters to the editor stating, “why do we need another Walmart when there’s one in Hood River?”
To the editor: Regarding the article on ghost hunters here (June 9, “Ghosts of The Dalles”). Whether or not one believes in ghosts, just going on a tour and getting some of the local history would be great. The Dalles has a wild west past.
To the editor: To the editor: Northern Wasco County Parks & Rec. Dept. deserves applause for operating the Kayak Shack in Riverfront Park, which provides kayaks, bicycles and “surf bikes” for rental, and also sells snacks. What a creative use for an existing structure and a fabulous way to help the community enjoy our river!
To the editor: So the city of The Dalles is going to increase the gas tax from 3 cents to 6 cents per galon to fix our streets. The fact that higher taxes and increasing rates have often brought less revenue than before is simply ignored. If you want to decrease consumption or use of products or services, tax them.
To the editor: This letter is to The Dalles Chamber of Commerce and its ilk to say that I am tired of hearing about objections to the big Walmart store going into The Dalles.
To the editor: Please, treat yourself to a great evening of song, dance, drama and lots of laughs! Get tickets (at Klindt’s) and attend the Theatre Company’s current offering, “Sing Out, Sweet Land.” The last two performances of this marvelous show will be on stage at the Civic Auditorium’s theater Thursday, June 13, and Friday, June 14. It is a pure delight.
Unknowing risk To the editor: I read with interest the featured article, “Ghosts Of The Dalles,” in Sunday’s issue. When people dabble in spiritism, they can become easy prey to a supernatural/preternatural they do not understand and might not escape by themselves.
To the editor: In response to Mark Ulrich’s letter of June 4 (Stop the Appeals), I would strongly recommend that all citizens of The Dalles read the congressional report that came out last month regarding WalMart and their business practices
To the editor: As we approach the end of Little League season, we have been approached by players asking “Where can I continue playing baseball this summer?” There are not many options available to continue playing baseball during the summer.
My wife Marion Repp came up with an idea of putting solar lights around Pine Hollow Reservoir.
The Dalles-Wasco County Library Foundation would like to publicly thank the following people and entities for their help in making our recent library expansion project fundraiser a success: Dan and Crystal Ross of Silver Wire Productions, Tim Schechtel of the Mint, Rebecca Street Physical Therapy, Bob and Mary Hill, Cal Scott and Kathryn Claire.
Webster’s Dictionary defines trust as the firm belief of honesty, reliability of another. Faith.
I was happy to see the state recognition that Coach Thouvenel received in Sunday's paper. I ran cross country and track for him from 2006 to 2009 and thanks, in part, to his encouragement have been running ever since.
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