Commentary, editorial cartoons and letter to the editor from July 20, 2019.
D-Day Anniversary is a time to remember the value of freedom and liberty.
On Wednesday, June 6, world leaders commemorated the 75 Anniversary of D-Day, the largest cross-water invasion in history, a momentary pause in the day’s news of tariffs and threats of tariffs, war and rumors of war, and the never-ending modern mix of political insults and name calling.
To the editor:
I am writing to show my support for Jose Aparicio for The Dalles School Board, Position 6. As the chair of The Hood River County School Board I have had the pleasure of working with Jose for the past few years.
To the editor:
Our political system is a broken embarrassing mess.
Can it be fixed? No. Why not? The participant’s minds are trained and conditioned to accept lies, fraud and deception.
“What do I do? “How can I help?” These tough questions arise when community members encounter a person who appears to be experiencing a serious mental health crisis. In recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month, Greater Oregon Behavioral Health, Inc. (GOBHI) is spreading the word about services that can help in these situations, including Mental Health First Aid (MHFA), an evidence-based program through the National Council for Behavioral Health.
Over the years I often have had people ask me what it is I actually do, and what Columbia River Inter-Tribal Police Department (CRITPD) is. Not just friends, family or members of the public but other police agencies as well.
Rep. Greg Walden (R-Hood River) stressed the need to improve the progress of nuclear waste cleanup at the Hanford Site during a hearing before the Energy and Commerce Committee May 1.
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