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Meeting was very useful

Thanks to all the people who attended the program, “Social Security: Today and Tomorrow”. Shane Banbeater, manager of The Dalles Social Security Office and Tim Burns, representing Puget Sound... Full story


Brave and other Republicans

This letter is in response to Steve Kenny’s letter published last week. Hats off to Steve, the Republican brave enough to approach the Democratic booth at Huckleberry Festival and actually speak wit...


Let's keep Inslee

To the Editor: As we saw earlier this year with the oil train derailment and fire in Mosier, oil trains traveling through the state, especially the Gorge are a real danger. Gov. Inslee has been...


Change the 'Arrrhg' to 'Hurray'

To the Editor: The Klickitat County Democratic Central Committee (KCDCC) held its reorganization/holiday party Dec. 13. Compared to the account of the Republican meeting in the Dec. 10 editorial in...


Climate changes

To the Editor: There have been hundreds of climate change rallies all over the country recently. Here is why it is one of the major issues of our time. Washington State Dept of Ecology: “Washington... Full story

 By Rosemary Hoyt    Opinion    July 9, 2014

Our best hope for Congress

To the Editor: Bob Dingethal is our best hope for a positive change in Congress. One area of agreement between Bob and his opponent, Michael Delavar, is a need to return to open town hall meetings....


Income disparity favors one party

To the Editor: The American Sociological Association (ASA) is a non-profit dedicated to advancing sociology as a scientific discipline and profession serving the public good. A recent study by the...


We can do better

To the Editor: While touring Israel in July, Mitt Romney praised the Israeli healthcare system, a national system that covers everyone in the country. Romney spoke highly of the system’s low costs...


Health care insurance has been hijacked

To the Editor: What a tragedy that the health insurance industry has hijacked our health care. I’ve found the two corporations who won the bid for state health coverage are giant corporations....

 By Rosemary Hoyt    Opinion    July 4, 2012

Don’t forget to register for primary

To the Editor: The last day to register for the primary election is just around the corner! If you have not yet registered, now is the time. August 7th primary election: Last day to register to vote...


Candidate claim is out of her control

To the Editor: At the Sept. 27 Lyle Candidates’ Night, a candidate for County Assessor betrayed serious ignorance of how property assessment and taxation work. According to Darlene Johnson, the job...


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