To the editor: To the voters of Wasco county: This is the time to take a few minutes and look at who is running for positions for our county commissioners.
To the editor: There have been many opinions on the wolf status in Oregon, I figure I will get mine out there also.
To the editor: Just wondering how many more local downtown businesses will have to close before the city decides to take action? With nothing new coming in, I see a ghost town in our future.
To the editor: Whereas my parents lived during and managed to survive through The Great Depression of the 1930s; my children will be (thanks be to this Great Depressing Obamacare program and its regulations to cut home health care by 14 percent over a four-year period) challenged with my survival when my body loses its functions and requires home care.
To the editor: I worked with Bridget Bailey for three seasons, while acting as systems administrator for Orchard View Farms.
To the editor: I strongly support our present county commissioners — they are doing a fabulous job of taking care of our county and beyond. I have heard from their reports and know how busy they are attending all kinds of meetings, including attending meetings of the gorge commission.
To the editor: I believe it was Plato who said, “What is honored in a country will be cultivated there.” The wisdom of those words applies particularly to the political environment of our nation and locales.
To the editor: I am a guest on the American Empress - docked in “The Dalles” today.
To the editor: We who live in Wasco County benefit from our diversity of business, industry, and agriculture, and we even have the option of choosing a city or rural lifestyle. All this variety means that the projects we advance and the challenges we face are likely to be equally diverse.
To the editor: Thanks so much, Kathy Ursprung, for your editorial regarding journalistic ethics, and especially that The Dalles Chronicle is willing to stand in the gap, when so much of our media is swayed by popular opinion and big money - and wanting us to follow without question.
To the editor: Vote for Rod Runyon and Scott Hege in the upcoming election for County Commissioner.
To the editor: It seems to me that Diana Weston (letter March 18) has been reading too many “big bad wolf” fairy tales in regard to getting a good steak on her table.
To the editor: As a mother, school employee, and longtime resident of Wasco County, I am writing to offer my endorsement for Nora Ferguson for the office of Wasco County Commissioner, Position 1. Having known Nora for a number of years, I can personally attest to her exemplary qualities. Nora has lived in Wasco County for the last 10 years, and in that time has raised a family, owned her own business, and worked for the North Wasco County School District.
To the editor: Many Oregonians may be unaware that Oregon is one of 13 states that pay for abortions with public tax funds, and that nearly half the abortions in Oregon last year were funded by taxpayers.
To the editor: In 1998, Oregon voters approved the use of medical marijuana for certain health conditions. Today, 15 years later, there are nearly 60,000 patients registered in the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program (OMMP).
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