Police, fire, medical and lottery reports from July 28, 2015.
Editorial cartoons from July 28, 2015.
To the editor: As I hear about national cop abuse of power the more proud I am our Police Department. Over the 4th of July weekend they and the Sheriff's Office handled 78 calls, most involving excessive drinking. Angry drunks are so unpredictable and prone to excessive violence that I cannot imagine stepping in to stop it. They didn't choke hold anyone, shoot a minority, use excessive force or haul people in on trumped up charges.
Crosstalk: Are fetal tissue ‘sales’ right or wrong? Two views:
Amber Tilton enjoys role as park ranger
Wasco County courthouse evacuated but scare turned out to be false alarm
Public can comment on new proposal Aug. 3
15U Babe Ruth baseball team set for regional tournament at Quinton Street Ballpark
Public to be given a chance to comment on agreement
Google is purchasing 23 acres from Port of The Dalles for another data center
Looking back on July 26, from the archives of The Dalles Chronicle, and History Mystery.
12U Cherry City Crush caps memorable 2015 campaign with 12th place at Nationals
To the editor: I would like to thank The Chronicle for the awesome article about Travis Fritz. He is a wonderful young man who, in his young life, has overcome many obstacles. It is great to know that he has finally gotten the recognition that he so richly deserves.
Public meetings from July 26, 2015
Police, fire, medical and lottery reports from July 26, 2015.
The Friends of the Library and Klindt’s Booksellers are joining forces to raise funds for a “One book, one community” reading program during September. It will be the first such program in the area.
Sherman County Journal exhibit on display in Sherman County Museum in Moro
Fire, police and lottery for Friday, July 24
Residents in The Dalles have an extra hour to pick up school backpacks in a giveaway campaign by Verizon wireless
OUTDOOR ADVENTURES with Military Heroes Vice President Hal Woods receives a $6,600 check from Cristie Amaral, director of the Maupin Chamber of Commerce.
Wasco County first responders want every family to have a Go-Kit