Down two starters now with Hagen Pence and Connor Uhalde on the injury shelf, Dufur’s Travis Lucas amped up his offensive efforts with a season-high 18 points to lead the Dufur Rangers to a 53-47 win over Condon-Wheeler Friday in Dufur.
South Wasco senior Travis Hayes hit a half-court 3-pointer at the first-half buzzer and that shot fueled the No. 7 Redsides to a 25-12 third-quarter run enroute to a 68-50 win over the Ione Cardinals Friday in a Big Sky Conference boys’ basketball matchup played in Ione.
HOOD RIVER – In recent years, The Dalles girls’ basketball team has been able to handle Hood River Valley with a high-level of success.
To the editor: The worse enemies of our country since the fall of Nazi Germany have been Communism and radical Islam, and our president is a strong sympathizer and supporter of both of them. The minister of the “church” Obama attended in Chicago for 20 years was a curser of America, and a close political confidant of his was William Ayers, an anti-American terrorist.
To the editor: Each morning I’m saddened as I come down Fremont Street, looking across Hwy 97 to the hill and ravine that sits below Columbia View Drive. When I drive home, and back down the drive, I am angry and questions flood my mind.
To the editor: Is Hillary the kind of person you want to run our nation? What do you remember of her and what took place in the White House and her life? An example of what the booklet Liberty Guard offers is a New York Times report on how the Clintons arranged the transfer of 20 percent of U.S. uranium assets to Russia. Millions were donated to the Clinton Foundation.
The truth behind Cupid. Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock, it is impossible to ignore the added commercial hype that has come to surround Valentine’s Day.
The key to making Valentine’s Day a celebration of love year-round is both simple and complex, according to Shayna Dahl, Colleen Worrell and Julie Mellow of the Strong Tree Counseling Center in The Dalles.
They met when he was hospitalized for a hand injury and she was the nurse who bawled him out for his complaining attitude and coarse language.
The Dalles High School will offer a new elective next year, thanks to a $30,909 grant from the Nike School Innovation Fund.
A property owner near downtown told The Dalles City Council Monday that transient problems have spiked in recent years and his land has become “a prime transient homeless camp.”
When the Burns Chamber of Commerce contacted Meadows Outdoor Advertising in The Dalles about purchasing a billboard thanking the many law enforcement officers who worked with Harney County during the occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, it got more than it asked for.
Fire, police, lottery reports
Canada’s Double Portion, an award winning gospel band, is playing a free concert Tuesday, Feb. 16, at 7 p.m. at Maupin Community Church.
When Fr. Joseph Levine became the priest of St. Peter Catholic Church in The Dalles more than three years ago, he realized there were many families in the parish who couldn’t afford to send their kids to the Catholic school across the street.
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Dick Yecny strolls between monuments at the Veterans Memorial at Sorosis Park in The Dalles.
Sophomore averages 27.5 points in two conference wins
TD skier has had top-10 finishes in each of his last three races
More than 230 help raise $3,000 in 5th annual event