TD girl’s golf team nets a 383 to claim second place at Prineville Country Club
TD seniors hope to end the season on a high note
Harrison wins, as track team posts 12 top-5 finishes
Police, fire, medical and lottery reports from April 24, 2014.
To the editor: We have just gone through the celebration of Easter. We will never be able to thank Jesus enough for dying once, so we won’t have to die twice. So nobody should get me wrong. Greater love has no man than He lay down His life for His friends.
To the editor: I would like to recommend Nora Ferguson for County Commissioner.
To the editor: Your Butt Patrol is on duty. Is it my imagination or are there fewer butts? Thank you to the Butt Pickers of America.
Editorial cartoons from April 24, 2014.
Medicine is science, training and art performed by humans. Mistakes happen. Oregon’s laws and rules don’t do enough to ensure there are fewer mistakes. Reporting medical errors should not be voluntary.
Arts and entertainment calendar, April 24, 2014.
A substantial part of Biggs Junction is up for sale at auction May 17 and potential bidders have a chance to see the property this Friday.
Local author explores culture of aircraft art work
Main Street hopes to create new public gathering place
You have what it takes to move forward positively, but you are inclined to let self-doubt and insecurity stand between you and victory. Trust your intuition to help you discover trends that will be beneficial to attracting interest to your ideas.
Dear Mary: We are one month behind on our mortgage payments and plan to catch up this month. We have told our credit union we will pay half on the 1st and the second half on the 13th. This will bring us current. They call all day, every hour. When we answer they say they have to call us constantly until the amount due is paid. That is their policy. I say this can’t be true or allowed by law. It seems like harassment. — Cindy, Maryland
DEAR DOCTOR K: I think I might be having panic attacks, but I’m not sure. What does a panic attack feel like?
WASHINGTON — The Justice Department is encouraging nonviolent federal inmates who have behaved in prison, have no significant criminal history and have already served more than 10 years behind bars to apply for clemency, officials announced Wednesday.
Dennis Linthicum decided to take on 16-year incumbent Greg Walden out of the belief that “establishment Republicans” are steering the party – and nation — in the wrong direction.
Greg Walden is seeking his ninth term in the U.S. House of Representatives, representing eastern Oregon in the 2nd Congressional District.
Chenowith Elementary School Reading Buddies hunt for trash along Chenowith Loop Road on Earth Day, April 22. The Reading Buddies program pairs kindergarten and third graders for reading.