Oregon voters can vote from the comfort of your own home with vote by mail ballots, and the Wasco County elections team is working to make sure ballots will mail out on time on April 29 (earlier for Military/Overseas and absentee voters), said County Clerk Lisa Gambee in a press release.
Two candidates have filed for Wasco County Commission, position #2, and will be on the May 19 primary ballot. Incumbent Steve Kramer will face a challenge from local attorney Marcus Swift for Wasco County Commission, position #2, in the May 19 primary election. Both candidates filed as nonpartisan.
The Wasco County Board of Commissioners unanimously passed a resolution in opposition to the passing of cap and trade bills during the Oregon legislature’s short session on Thursday, Feb. 27 at the Wasco County Courthouse.
Senior U.S. Senator of Oregon, Ron Wyden, held a town hall July 1 in Sherman County at the Grass Valley Pavilion to talk with citizens about their concerns. Topics included rural broadband, agriculture, veterans, green energy, health care, Iran, North Korea and hemp production.
SALEM—Democrats in the Oregon House moved Thursday to force Republicans back to the Capitol Thursday, issuing subpoenas to 21 state representatives that would compel them to explain their disappearing act from Salem.
SALEM — The Capitol became a place without Republicans Tuesday, an extraordinary act of defiance of the control by Democrats.Their absence is grinding to a halt votes in the House and the Senate, plugging the political pipeline meant to cure immediate needs of Oregonians.
A festive air surrounded legislators, staff and Gorge residents concerned with Salem business at last week’s annual social event, “Gorge Us Night in Salem.”
The Hood River County Public Safety five-year Local Option Tax levy will highlight the May 19 Primary Election ballot in Hood River County. The county Board of Commissioners approved the levy request last week.
The Wasco County Board of Commissioners will consider Senate Bill 1530, or cap and trade, at 3 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 27, at the county courthouse, 511 Washington St., suite 302.
The Oregon Legislature swung back into action in February. With Democrats holding the majority of the House of Representatives with 38 members, Daniel Bonham, Republican house caucus deputy leader and 59th district representative, is part of the minority with 22 members.
Oregon Sen. Ron Wyden held a town hall meeting Saturday, Feb. 15 at the Fort Dalles Readiness Center. With attendance around 75 people, questioners were chosen through a raffle system, and they asked questions or voiced concerns they had.
The OneGorge Advocacy Group’s seventh annual “Gorge-ous Night in Salem” will take place the evening of Feb. 19, beginning at 5:30 p.m. at the Mission Mill Spinning Room at the Willamette Heritage Center complex in Salem.
Oregon Sen. Ron Wyden held a town hall meeting Saturday, Feb. 15 at the Fort Dalles Readiness Center. With attendance at around 75 people, participants were chosen through a raffle system and given a chance to ask questions or voice their concerns.
Two bills being considered by Oregon lawmakers this session are expected to be the one-two punch the state needs to considerably reduce the impact of wildfire on its landscape and citizens.
Newcomers to the Hood River County political field have filed for office in the May 19 Primary Election.Paul Henke of Hood River filed for County Board of Commissioners and is the first challenger to enter into a board race. Henke has filed for Hood River Position 2, currently held by Rich M…
SALEM — Lawmakers revealed on Wednesday changes to the plan to cut back on the state’s greenhouse gas emissions that would ease the impact on rural Oregon and adopt elements proposed by Timber Unity.
- ‘Stay at Home’ beekeeping series begins April 7
- SAIF announces ‘worker safety fund’ for businesses
- Gas pumping change protects workers
- Primary election will proceed
- NWC PUD keeping lights on
- Common COVID-19 response questions answered
- The Next Door: ‘Support Small Businesses’
- D21 prepares for online learning
- Third and Fourth Confirmed Case of COVID-19 in Wasco County
- Carolyn Elizabeth Carr Choate
- Coming to grips on an emotional end to an era
- Medical help for COVID
- Anderson’s prepares for COVID-19
- Looking back on March 28-29
- Oregon Health Plan access increased
- Help available for small businesses
- Oregon restrictions should not stop family outings
- Keeping cool to make a haul
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