Letters to the Editors


Letter to the Editor: Remarkable election

To the editor: This election was so remarkable since so many just knew that only Hillary could win!

Letter to the Editor: Tomb Guard support

To the editor: I wanted to take the time to personally thank Clock Tower Ales, Mid-Columbia Fire & Rescue, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Old St. Peter’s Landmark, and KODL Radio Station for supporting The Society of the Honor Guard Tomb of the Unknown Soldier (SHGTUS) Centennial Committee during the National Salute on 11 November 2016.

Letter to the Editor: Star still shines

To the editor: This holiday season marks the 25th anniversary of the 40-foot star lighting the sky on the west end of town. In the years since, many more stars have been added to the hillsides and homes of The Dalles, as well as Arlington.

Letter to the editor: Appreciate care

To the editor: The family of Wilma Bolton would like to thank Flagstone for the loving care of their mother.

Letter to the editor: A time for change

To the editor: I believe in abortion rights, gun control and climate change. I know and deeply care about people that disagree with me on these topics, including members of my family and friends.

Letter to the editor: Thankful for support

To the editor: Dear Wasco County Citizens: I wanted to take a moment to express my sincere appreciation for your support in being your next Wasco County Sheriff.

Letter to the editor: Trump election chaos

To the editor: Donald Trump did not win the majority of voters. He encouraged hate and fear. He is at war with the press.

Letter to the Editor: Popular vote

To the editor: I'm writing about this outmoded system called the Electoral College.

Letter to the Editor: Nation of laws

To the editor: The U.S. Constitution is indeed divinely inspired wisdom, as is the law of Moses. And if we don’t quite understand our laws, either national laws or laws from Moses, then we are asked to follow them anyway.

Letter to the editor: Support Jobs

Support jobs To the editor: I worked for the railroad tie treatment plant, now operated by AmeriTies West, for four years. I am writing this because my experience is nothing like what some are describing.

Letter to the editor: Trump path

Trump path To the editor: He connected directly to the fears and frustrations of a country that had been shattered by terrorism. He ignored the rules of modern politics. He spoke to Americans in plain, everyday language.

Letter to the editor: Thank You

Thank you To the editor: We would like to give a big THANK YOU to the District 21 Education Foundation for their generous contribution to our classroom!

Letter to the editor: Thanks for giving

Thanks for giving To the editor: On behalf of the Dry Hollow Student Council, we would like to thank the community for contributing so generously to our Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF drive.

Letter to the editor: Find Common Ground

Find common ground To the editor: The past few decades have seen a widening partisan divide, infecting public discourse at all levels. The escalating partisan rancor has risen to a level that undermines our democracy.

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Commentary: Age should not be a factor for service of judges

What do businessmen Warren Buffett and Bill Marriott; entertainers Paul Simon and Bob Dylan, Supreme Court Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Stephen Breyer, and Anthony Kennedy, plus 14 US Senators — including John McCain and Bernie Sanders — have in common? They are all working past the age of 75.


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