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Letter to the editor: Help with co-op

To the editor: I am writing today to urge more people to become involved with the local effort to establish a food co-op — a community-owned grocery store — in The Dalles.

Letter to the editor: Egg drop lesson

To the editor: Each year at Dry Hollow we have what we like to call "The Great Dry Hollow Egg Drop.” Our fifth grade students use their engineering skills to create a container that can hold a raw egg and be dropped from three different heights without the egg breaking.

Letter to the editor: Stop coal

To the editor: The proposed Longview, WA Coal Terminal could bring eight 125 rail cars of dirty, toxic coal through the gorge every day for years. Coal dust is already polluting gorge lands and rivers, do we want more?

Letter to the editor: No mandate

To the editor: When I read Steve Kramer’s letter to the editor [5/22/16], I was reminded of part of a quote attributed to Abraham Lincoln, “You can fool all of the people some of the time, and you can fool some of the people all the time...”

Letter to the editor: Thank you voters

To the editor: Thanks to everyone who came out to vote — voting is your opportunity to be heard and critical to our democracy! I also want to thank my hard-working campaign team and generous financial supporters. Another round of thanks to the sign and letter-writing teams as well as the many supporters who displayed signs in their yards. A very special thanks to my wife for her sound advice and steady encouragement.

Letter to the editor: See play

I want to invite our community to The Dalles Middle School’s performance of The Pirates of Penzance. The play is entertaining and the kids are really enjoying themselves.

Letter to the editor: Challenge

To the editor: This is an open letter to Oregon Governor Kate Brown... I am the proprietor of a country grocery store in Dufur, built in 1905 and serving our community for over 100 years.

Letter to the editor: Sad day

To the editor: I have just learned that our federal representative, Greg Walden, is endorsing Donald Trump for president. For me, it is a sad day for honor and values in Oregon and America. How is it possible that Mr. Walden can suspend his value system in order to align with his political club over the wellbeing of our state and country? Or, has his value system shifted to such an extreme during his long tenure in Congress that he has lost perspective on what makes our country great?

Letter to the editor: Herd mentality

To the editor: To Rianda Linebarger who responded to Celeste Moss about TDHS play March 2016: Your points are valid that this is the real world and there is need for young men and women to have appropriate outlets to discuss sexual and controversial issues.

Letter to the editor: Vote wisely

To the editor: Our founding fathers gave us a plan for almost perfect liberty, providing we manage our states and counties with care and vigilance.

Letter to the editor: Venue change

To the editor: I was just reading the article about the summer concerts that the city is funding and they will be held at the Lewis and Clark Festival Park downtown. My husband and I tried to attend a few events there with poor results. I am in a wheelchair or scooter, there is no handicap parking available, it is always closed due to needing more room for the event, you have to park somewhere downtown and walk.

Letter to the editor: Support Kramer

To the editor: The Dalles Chronicle endorsement of Rodger Nichols, a former member of the Chronicle “family,” over incumbent Steve Kramer should come as no surprise to anyone who is breathing.

Letter to the editor: Rigged system?

To the editor: Am I not qualified to vote because I’m a registered Independent? Receiving my “secret voting envelope,” I find only a one-page ballot limiting my choices to county measures and candidates.

Letter to the editor: Higher wages

To the editor: This letter is for every person in the gorge who has wondered in the last year if they can ever get beyond just a minimum wage job. Yes, you can. If you have an interest in cooking, and are willing to give us 12 weeks to train you, for FREE, we can help you find that future career beyond minimum wage.

Letter to the editor: No change

To the editor: The county commissioner race was endorsed by The Chronicle Editorial Board and its decision was for Rodger Nichols. I don’t know who of the staff made the decision. There have been some new employees who haven’t been aware of our present county commissioners.

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