To the editor: Is Hillary the kind of person you want to run our nation? What do you remember of her and what took place in the White House and her life? An example of what the booklet Liberty Guard offers is a New York Times report on how the Clintons arranged the transfer of 20 percent of U.S. uranium assets to Russia. Millions were donated to the Clinton Foundation.
To the editor: In a recent letter to the editor, Mike Woodside said, “I want nothing more than to see our community grow and prosper.” I, too, would like to see our community grow and prosper!
To the editor: I would like to thank the Oregon Veterans’ Home for the outstanding care given to me after a knee replacement surgery. While in my three-week stay there, the physical and occupational team, along with the nursing and certified nurse assistance group on Charlie wing, hastened my recovery and discharge.
To the editor: As one of the seven directors for the North Wasco County School District, I believe all our directors serve for our kids.
To the editor: I would like to thank The Dalles Chronicle for its prompt and prominently displayed announcement of the change of venue of the blood drive held on Jan. 27. Your work helped get the word out to our donors, and to alert others to the drive. We not only met our goal, we exceeded it!
To the editor: City Council — LET US VOTE! At the town hall meeting three weeks ago, a lone Hispanic woman stood up and testified to the mayor and city council that many in her Spanish-speaking community were confused and afraid of the marijuana situation happening in The Dalles.
To the editor: Recent letters in these pages have presented passionate back-and-forth regarding climate change. Passionate debate is healthy for our democracy. Climate change is not. Oregonians have the opportunity to support reasoned action in HB 1574, the Healthy Climate Bill. This sensible legislation is before the Oregon legislature in this short legislative session, and creates a practical and doable path to achieving the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions goals established by the State in 2007.
To the editor: I would like to thank the local Moose members for the Santa Breakfast they provide for the Big Brother, Big Sister organization. The Littles get to make a wish list, the Moose members select a list and then go shopping.
To the editor: This past weekend my family had the great pleasure of going to Dufur for a basketball game for my sons’ basketball team. I say great pleasure because I as well as another gentlemen from my community had a rather inspiring experience.
To the editor: I may not support the standoff at the Malheur Reserve but Mr. Bundy made it very clear why the Hammonds are being prosecuted by our government.
To the editor: I would like to take a moment to write regarding the risks of drug use verses alcohol. Alcohol like drugs affects the pleasure center of the brain. Since we are all different people it affects us differently per individual. Some become addicted to it and lives are ruined. Families are broken and some incarceration is needed along with rehabilitation.
To the editor: On 1-12-16, the front page of The Chronicle featured a picture of many community members, local government officials and even youngsters, who attended the opening of the tasting room of Freebridge Brewing.
To the editor: I would like to thank Lisa Farquharson, Tiffany Hardin and the rest of The Dalles Chamber of Commerce for the wonderful “Unsung Heroes” award banquet that was recently held.
To the editor: I recently retired from my job at Mid-Columbia Medical Center as a physical therapist on the M-Power Rehabilitation Unit.
To the editor: Having lived in Wasco County all my life, I want nothing more than to see our community grow and prosper. As a business person I want it to be easy to start a new business and easy to expand an existing business.