All-Stars fall to Bend South, Hood River
Schacher and Armstrong both hit home runs in 10-0 rout of John Day River Saturday
The Dalles 9-10 year olds come up short against Bend, now in must-win mode
Editorial cartoons from June 30, 2015.
To the editor: I was amazed and grateful for a recent effort to stop a wildfire near Heritage Landing at Deschutes State Park on Thursday, June 25. A small car fire lit off the tinder dry grasses along highway 30 just west of the bridge crossing the Deschutes river. It occurred at about 8:30 p.m.
To the editor: The frivolous audacity of The Dalles “turkey vultures” picking from your property taxes and mine.
Should the Confederate flag be flown?
Police, fire, medical and lottery reports from June 30, 2015.
A sheriff says a St. Helens man has shot and seriously wounded himself after a police pursuit on Interstate 84 in the Columbia River Gorge.
Starting July 16, farmers will be allowed to graze cattle on lands normally off-limits to it, due to severe drought conditions and the shortage of hay.
Drought spurs sooner start
UPDATED 12:45 p.m. A 12 to 15 acre fire that threatened Pinewood Mobile Manor by the Discovery Center this morning is contained and no structures were lost, according to Mid-Columbia Fire & Rescue.
Fort Dalles Fourth will kick off the Fourth of July weekend with a James Otto concert. The Grammy-nominated country artist will be performing his newest hit “Somewhere Tonight.” VIP tickets cost ($25), General Admission ($15) are sold at FortDallesFourth.com. The Gates will open at 5:00 p.m. on Friday July 3 at Lewis and Clark Festival Park.
Kevin Hart, Blake Evans earn MVP awards in leading East
Kaseberg, Martin, Winslow and Justesen on first team; Winslow also on all-state squad
To the editor: An investment in Rural Oregon for nearly 60 years, Outdoor School has provided high-quality, place-based science education to generations of Oregon students. Launched in 1957 in southern Oregon, Outdoor School is a tradition that has enriched and inspired over one million Oregonians.
Editorial cartoons from June 28, 2015.
As the “oohs” and “aahs” of the crowd waft over the Lewis and Clark Festival Park during the local July 4 fireworks show, a small group of exhausted people will be smiling with satisfaction.
The one thing that I don’t deal very well with is heat and it looks like thermometers in The Dalles will be in the triple digits through July 4. And that makes me cranky. I don’t like hot weather, but after living in the gorge for several decades I have found three sure fire ways to stay cool even when you can fry an egg on the sidewalk:
Looking back on June 28, from the archives to The Dalles Chronicle.