Opinion

Suicide: when the news isn’t fit to print

Letters to the Editor for April 27, 2017

We recently ate at a local restaurant in downtown Camas. We noticed an additional fee automatically added to our bill along with a red card explaining the charge.

Where are the protests over nuclear war threats?

Why is there so little popular protest against today’s threats of nuclear war?

North Carolina student seeks Washington State information

North Carolina student seeks Washington State information

Need congestion relief? Build more bridges

Face-to-face is win-win for congresswoman

Sometimes a title is all you need to tell a story. Take the town hall happening at Clark College tonight — “A Town Hall With or Without Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler.”

Call 811 before you dig

Call 811 before you dig

Letters to the Editor for April 13, 2017

Reader responds to Littauer column: is ‘elated’ with Trump

Herrera Beutler health care shift notable

Last year, Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler was elected to a fourth term in Washington, D.C., with 62 percent of the vote. Despite running against an experienced, well-known candidate, she handily was chosen to represent Washington 3rd Congressional District, which includes all of Clark County.

Friends enhances community

Twenty-one years ago my wife Teresa and I bought a log home on the Washougal River in western Skamania County, Washington — a place where salmon and steelhead move up the river; deer, coyote and otters play along the banks; and heron and eagles use the river flyway to hunt and the trees to nest in. With the breathtaking beauty of the West End of the Columbia River Gorge only a few short miles from our doorstep, we truly feel we live in a rural paradise — a wild, special and sacred place.