Opinion

Letters to the Editor for July 28, 2015

Parade participant was offensive My family loves Camas.

Summer’s not quite over yet

It’s July 28, and it already feels like the downward roll away from the joys of summer and toward the start of a new school year is fast approaching.

Washougal seeks public input on transportation priorities

The Washougal City Council and Transportation Benefit District Board have been debating some of our transportation needs and how to fund them for several months now.

Take a deep breath and enjoy the fun

Get ready Camas and Washougal, it’s going to be one busy week.

Mental illness haunts countless Americans

On July 9, Rep. Tim Murphy (R-PA) appealed to congress, “Let’s no longer turn a blind eye and instead help those who need it the most.”

New law with more teeth will help protect pets

It is the rare pet owner who purposefully sets out to harm his or her animal.

Letters to the Editor for July 7, 2015

Lac-Megantic oil train disaster remembered This week marks the anniversary of the tragic oil train disaster in Lac-Megantic, Quebec that killed 47 people on July 6, 2013.

Fun in the summer sun

Thanks to the record-breaking stretch of unseasonably warm weather, it seems like summer has been underway in the Pacific Northwest for quite some time.

Letters to the Editor for June 30, 2015

GMA justifies politicians’ self-seeking agendas In case you didn’t stay for the vote on the Green Mountain PRD, the Camas Planning Commissioners could care less about what their public had to say.

Fireworks debate continues

Over time, debate about when and if personal-use fireworks should be legal has become a polarizing issue.