Cardosi pins personal best; Hinatsu hunts for title spot
TD boys’ tennis team poised to move forward after 7-1 home loss to Hermiston
Arts and entertainment calendar from April 23
Police, fire, medical and lottery reports from April 23, 2015
Several fundraisers planned
Hands-on expo at Wahtonka
Jones said new form will make process more efficient
Dufur baseball keeps winning
Riverhawks place fourth
The Dalles wins varsity and junior varsity split match
Team nets a 372 at Tetherow in Bend
The Dalles girls’ tennis team comes close against Hermiston in a 4-3 league loss
Editorial cartoons from April 21
To the editor: Flagstone Senior Living would like to thank MCMC’s Spiritual Health Center for their recent support as we grieved the passing of a number of cherished residents in our Memory Care Unit.
To the editor: Most people believe in Jesus. Some believe he was an influential person in history. Some believe he was a prophet, but second to another, later, wiser, voice. Some are very religious about their belief and put up Christmas lights and Nativity scenes.
To the editor: Being a dog enthusiast, and avid watcher of the annual Westminster Dog Show, it was a real thrill to watch and see a local win the most coveted award given at the show this year!
To the editor: Google is good for our town. I think most would agree with that statement, but there are many who have concerns about how the tax abatements work and whether our city/county/state is receiving a fair tax revenue stream from the new data storage center.
It has been bewildering to watch The Dalles Mayor Steve Lawrence attempt to wring measurable tourism outcomes from the work plan presented the last two years by The Dalles Area Chamber of Commerce.
Volunteer Kathy Schwartz, asked by Wasco County to help study public health delivery options, believes a public health district is the best way to go and hopes to convince the county of it.
Grammy nominee here July 3