To the editor: I want to thank all who have supported me in the past and present on the City Council and in all the other projects we have worked on together. We can truly be proud of all the accomplishments made over the past 25 years.
To the editor: How ironic is it that the person who hit the trick-or-treaters was only driving “impaired” until the elections were over. Then it was revealed that he was actually under the influence of marijuana. Who was the one to pull that string? Not releasing the facts until the measure to legalize pot was voted on — and approved.
To the editor: Thanks for publishing Gary Fischer’s “Lies about evolution.” This convoluted mess of thought clearly illustrates what Romans 5:5 stays in God’s word The Bible.
Hiding the truth To the editor: How ironic is it that the person who hit the trick-or-treaters was only driving “impaired” until the elections were over. Then it was revealed that he was actually under the influence of marijuana.
To the editor: Now that the elections are over, our thoughts will be turning to the holidays.
To the editor: Being a business downtown, I look forward every year for the young Trick-or-Treaters. Every year I buy $100s of candy and enjoy every second. I was surprised to hear that the Chamber was gathering candy from the community to give to the businesses downtown to hand out.
To the editor: I'd like to thank the voters of this community for your support in electing me to represent you in the U.S. House of Representatives.
WASHINGTON — During political campaigns, candidates usually tell voters what they would do if elected. But Sen. Mitch McConnell had a different idea.
To the editor: We would like to extend our sincere "Thank you" to the many special friends who attended the Celebration Of Life service in honor of Malcolm 'Joe' Lafrenz that was held on Sept. 20th at Spooky's Pizza Parlor.
To the editor: Apparently, The Dalles City Councilors Carolyn Wood, Bill Dick and Tim McGlothlin either don’t care, can’t read or failed to get the message in the Chronicle’s July 20th editorial on water and sewer rates: Sharpen pencils, then we’ll talk.
To the editor: A genuine thank you to the people of The Dalles, citizen landowners, public servants and elected personnel, who have supported our collective efforts to plow through the boulder-strewn pathway laid out in the past 15 years.
To the editor: Wouldn’t it be wonderful to have a fresh, new governor in Oregon who has established himself as a leader in his district and statewide through his hard work in the Oregon legislature? Dennis Richardson has pledged to create a healthy business environment to provide jobs to get our economy moving.
To the editor: Substance prohibition hasn’t worked since Adam and Eve took a bite of the forbidden fruit. If the fear of God wasn’t enough to keep them partaking, it seems awfully arrogant of a prohibitionist to think that somehow they can do what God Almighty could not.
There has been a lot of political volleyball going on regarding Measure 91, the vote to decide whether Oregon voters will legalize the recreational use of marijuana for adults 21 and older.
To the editor: I know Greg Walden and I have known him for a long time. I know that Greg works hard on issues that are important to us all.
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