Letters to the Editor
Teen drug use is a large problem in the world, but it is most common in the United States. Approximately 10 percent of people under the age of 21 years use drugs.
I keep reading letters promoting the Columbia River Crossing light-rail option. Most have some reference relating to being a "fast" way to get to Portland.
Wow, an 84-year-old woman wins $590 million lottery jackpot. Now let's see, Uncle Sam gets first crack at this since she has decided to take a lump sum. He collects about $320 million in taxes.
As pictured in the political cartoon by Mike Luckovich published on The Columbian's June 6 Opinion page, this idea of painting Republicans as obstructionists is simply not true.
Coal-train threats are considerable
M&M mission is hurting the county
Immigrants are good for country
Burden will continue to rise
Gesture is hypocritical
County program helps nonprofit
Another issue for the CRC debate
A small tax can bridge the gap
Ponder health care cost increase
Our city's finest are appreciated
Leviticus explains it all