Opinion

Letters to the Editor for Jan. 27, 2015

Unhappy with actions of C-Tran board In 2004, the C-Tran district was county-wide, every Clark County citizen had a vote, and a C-Tran sales tax rate hike measure failed.

Vote ‘yes’ to support local schools

Washougal voters have a decision to make, and it may not necessarily be an easy one.

Letters to the Editor for Jan. 20, 2015

What is going on at ECFR? As a former homeowner of east Clark County, I must ask you and my former fellow citizens what is going on in East County Fire and Rescue?

Lighting the way

A local public works project will positively impact the safety of Camas citizens, the environment, and the city budget.

Letters to the Editor for Jan. 13, 2015

Schools are crowded I am a student at Jemtegaard Middle School and I wanted to write my perspective on everything (the new school bond).

Summit shines light on sex trafficking

Human sex trafficking and violence against women.

Letters to the Editor for Jan. 6, 2015

‘Education is everything’ On Tuesday, Feb. 10, we citizens of Washougal will cast our votes on a capital improvement bond for our schools.

County begins a year of change

In November 2014, Clark County voters approved changing the form of government to a home rule charter. It was a move that came after several years of controversial decisions, opinions and actions by the jurisdiction’s elected leaders. That, coupled with a growing and changing county landscape, indicated clearly that citizens felt change was needed.

Counting our blessings

It’s that time of year when we count our blessings. In America, they are abundant, especially this year.

What were the top stories of 2014?

2014 is quickly coming to a close, and as this happens we look back at the ups and downs, the triumphs and tragedies, the accomplishments and accolades of the past 52 weeks.