Shop class nurtures student goals, hands-on skills in mechanics
Editorial cartoons from March 1, 2015.
To the editor: In light of Darren Nichols’ resignation from his post as Executive Director of the Columbia River Gorge Commission, it’s important to recognize that Washington and Oregon can secure a healthy, sustainable future for the Columbia River Gorge as well as other areas in the Pacific Northwest, without having to sacrifice the growth to our vital transportation and trade industries. Environmental responsibility and expanding trade infrastructure can and should coexist.
To the editor: My name is Faith Lindley and I am a sixth grade teacher in South Wasco. Currently there is a lot going on in education that seems to put a negative light on schools and what teachers are preparing their students for; however, I would like to see if there is a way you could help me share the good things that some teachers like myself are doing to help keep education engaging and purposeful for our students.
President Barack Obama’s reluctance to tie the bloody actions of Islamic State terrorists to their ideology could be putting the U.S. and world in greater danger.
Nearly 150 participants take part in Jumpstart event
Sherman hoops team defeats Damascus Christian in 48-36 state sub-round battle
Looking back on March 1, from the archives of The Dalles Chronicle, and History Mystery results.
Equestrian teams from The Dalles, Sherman and Dufur compete in OHSET opener
A GRASS WIDOW flower blooms near Horsethief Butte south of Dallesport, Wash. The flowers are commonly among the first to bloom in the area, and are frequently seen in late January and early February.
St. Paul’s Chapel is the topic for the last of this year’s Regional History Forum programs at the Original Wasco County Courthouse. Rodger Nichols will present photos and stories that he and Julie Reynolds have prepared about the historic church. The program begins at 1:30 p.m. at the 1859 Original Courthouse, 410 W. 2nd Place, The Dalles.
Judy Zimmerman will be installed as the first “settled” or permanent minister of the Mid-Columbia Unitarian Universalist Fellowship on Saturday, March 7 in Hood River.
Police, fire, medical and lottery reports from Feb. 27, 2015.
Obama was interviewed by OR reporter PORTLAND (AP) — President Barack Obama said the federal government plans to strengthen regulations regarding oil train safety.
Stabilization project winds up in June
Police arrest three students
Traditional woodworking, computer based design merge at Haskins Wood 'n' Designs
Editorial cartoons from Feb. 26. 2015
Recommendations from a panel reviewing food guidelines were released last week, and it’s just as we feared: The new recommendations take into account not just the health impacts of your diet but also the environmental impacts of your food choices.
To the editor: My daughter is a student at The Dalles Middle School. She was telling me about some of the very disrespectful kids in some of her classes.