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AstroGraph for April 16, 2014

You can be of great help to benevolent or charitable groups this year. If you stand up for causes you believe in, your approach will attract others. The significant strides you make will contribute to your advancement.

Everyday Cheapskate: Tips to make cooking fun and rewarding

I remember my grandmother saying, “If we didn’t need food, we’d all be rich!” This may be true. But then, a life without food would be a little less pleasurable. Still, there are so many ways to make great food cheap, make perishable food last and the grocery budget stretch like nobody’s business.

Ask Dr. K: Drooping eyelid is rarely the result of serious problem

DEAR DOCTOR K: My right eyelid droops and interferes with my vision. What can I do about this?

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Editorial cartoons from April 15

Editorial cartoons from April 15, 2014.

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Distinguished Young Women

Photos from the talent portion of the Distinguished Young Women program April 12, 2014.

Tribe golfers get first in Seaside

With her 86, Iliana Telles just four shots from medalist

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Dufur duo hits a high at Meet of Champions

Two of the top-ranked field event athletes from Dufur High School were on full display against some stout competition this past weekend at the Meet of Champions in Salem.

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Husky hardballers coming on strong

Sherman scores 22 runs in sweep over Umatilla to run unbeaten streak to seven

Letter to the editor: Beautiful town

To the editor: I am a guest on the American Empress - docked in “The Dalles” today.

Letter to the Editor: Elect Bailey

To the editor: We who live in Wasco County benefit from our diversity of business, industry, and agriculture, and we even have the option of choosing a city or rural lifestyle. All this variety means that the projects we advance and the challenges we face are likely to be equally diverse.

Letter to the editor: Standing up

To the editor: Thanks so much, Kathy Ursprung, for your editorial regarding journalistic ethics, and especially that The Dalles Chronicle is willing to stand in the gap, when so much of our media is swayed by popular opinion and big money - and wanting us to follow without question.

Letter to the editor: Vote Runyon, Hege

To the editor: Vote for Rod Runyon and Scott Hege in the upcoming election for County Commissioner.

letter to the editor: Wolf supporter

To the editor: It seems to me that Diana Weston (letter March 18) has been reading too many “big bad wolf” fairy tales in regard to getting a good steak on her table.

Editorial: We all share common bonds

April 15 marks the beginning of Passover, the Jewish commemoration of God’s liberation of the Israelites from Egyptian slavery more than 3,300 years ago. It commemorates the story of Exodus told in the Hebrew Bible.

What's happening from April 15

Nonprofit events calendar from April 15, 2014.

Table of Friends takes on 1920s theme in fifth year

Families First, a program of The Next Door, is hosting its fifth annual Table of Friends event Friday, May 2, at The Mint. With a ritzy 1920s theme, the dinner event and dessert auction will be from 6 to 9 p.m. This popular event directly supports Families First and their vital role in helping local families and children thrive.

Lin and Hedberg face off Thursday at Poetry Slam April 17

North Wasco County School District and its D21 Libraries are hosting their eighth annual Poetry Slam Thursday, April 17, at Riverenza.

Easter Egg Scramble set for Saturday

The Griffith Motors 13th annual Easter Egg Scramble is scheduled for Saturday, April 19, at Sorosis Park in The Dalles starting at 11 a.m.

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Vet with one leg to run Boston Marathon

Diagnosis doesn’t stop Lychik from running

Senior News: There are many advantages to growing older

Over the last six years since I turned 60, I have found getting older is a series of adventures: never knowing what to expect next.

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