For the Record: October 06, 2015
Bridge: The captain can ask partner’s opinion
Horoscope October 7, 2015
Dr. K: What can I do to stop passing gas?
Cheaskate: Join a local CSA for your health and wealth
Public, nonprofit activities
A YOUNG boy heads up a climbing wall in the upper parking lot of The Dalles Wasco County Libary during a celebration of the end of the community summer reading program of “Peak” by author Roland Smith on Saturday, Oct. 3. Cotton candy, prizes and a bounce house drew a good crowd to the event.
The 73 mile long road is a National Historic Landmark
Memorial service will be held Wednesday, Oct. 7
Soccer team falls to Pendleton
Motorists challenged to use alternative methods to travel
Dave Karlson bikes 22 miles once a week
South Wasco falls to Arlington, Ione Saturday
President’s plan for Friday draws mixed reviews
After Saturday’s game, Hawks eyeing a top league finish
Even with its re-configured roster, No. 16-ranked Dufur posts a pair of home sweeps
To the editor: Here is what I have to say about former city councilor Carolyn Wood’s letter to the editor (Sept. 19) and the accompanying editorial regarding the city manager’s termination:
The following editorial was published Sept. 28 in The News Review of Roseburg regarding the vital role “whistleblowers” play in societal accountability:
Looking back on Oct. 4, from the archives of The Dalles Chronicle.
Huskies battle back with 24 unanswered points to stun Dufur by a 32-30 score