To the editor: I write this letter in support of Rod Runyon for county commissioner. His dedication to Wasco County and its tax payers, in my opinion, is fundamentally strong. However, just as important is his strong community involvement.
To the editor: In response to Mr. Van Valkenburgh’s letter. His opinion on Measure 91 is the same closed-minded nonsense I’ve been hearing for 40 years, and it is been wrong for 40 years.
To the editor: We are writing as life-long residents of this community with many concerns for the actions taken in the past few years by some of our current city councilors.
To the editor: Elections are coming up soon – do you know the candidates? Who do you think should be our governor? Do you want the big spender?
To the editor: Taner Elliott is a champion for the taxpayer. He’s an ambitious, go get ‘em kind of guy and is someone you can count on to stick up for us and fight the fights with city hall.
To the editor: I grew up in The Dalles. I watched Bridget Bailey grow up, taught her in the sixth grade, and bid her farewell when she went to college.
To the editor: Well the end of the Farmers’ Market season is close at hand.
To the editor: As a council person I take the position very seriously. The primary responsibility of The Dalles City Council is to provide for the health and safety of the residents by providing a trained police force and maintaining the utility infrastructure and streets.
To the editor: This is a very important year to make sure you are registered to vote and to find out more about our candidates. Will we continue to support those in office who love to spend money that we don’t have? We have a governor who wanted to go along with our president on health care. Do we have the figures of this financial failure? It is time for a change.
To the editor: In the recent bar poll, a survey of the preference for judicial candidates by attorneys in the 7th Judicial District, the overwhelming response was in favor of Judge Karen Ostrey.
To the editor: NFL football player Adrian Peterson, who recently hit his 4-year-old with a stick, justified it by saying that his father raised him the same way. He claims that corporal punishment helped him turn out to be a successful football player. I believe Adrian has been successful because he was taught to work hard, not to give up, practice a lot, and play as a team.
To the editor: In response to the many who watched the PBS series "The Roosevelts," I wanted to discuss why FDR ended up rallying around progressive causes such as the minimum wage, union rights, Social Security and progressive taxation.
To the editor: I would like to give a BIG thank you to Jean at the Rowena Wildlife Clinic. I found an injured animal outside my house and had nowhere to take it. I couldn’t just leave it on the street. I have a sick pet in my house and no money to pay for veterinary care for any other animals. When I called Jean she just said “yes, I will help you.”
To the editor: As you study the issues and ponder the candidates running for office in this November election, I invite you to seriously consider casting your vote for State Representative Dennis Richardson as our next governor of Oregon. A Vietnam veteran and graduate of the J. Reuben Clark School of Law at Brigham Young University, Dennis Richardson settled in southern Oregon.
To the editor: The recent termination of Northern Wasco County Parks & Recreation Director Scott Green leaves many questions.
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