A 12-year-old boy was found deceased in his home Friday morning in The Dalles, city police said. Devin Johnson was a student at The Dalles Middle School, said The Dalles Police Chief Jay Waterbury. He lived in the 2100 block of East 12th Street.
Local shop fabricates tanks for wine, beer
A second trial against Mid-Columbia Medical Center stemming from a former anesthesiologist’s sexual assault of sedated female patients and hospital employees is underway in The Dalles.
TILLAMOOK — One of the fun parts in having children is discovering the ways they reflect you, not just in eye color or the shape of their nose, but in the ways they interact with the world. My daughter, Lucy, is a tiny ball of lunatic energy. At just a few months, she was rolling around our living room. At 5 months, she’s crawling all over the house, seeking out brave new corners of our dwelling like a miniature Starship Enterprise.
About 183 million years ago most of the Four Corners area was a vast desert covered with sand dunes that were up to 2,500 feet high. Through the ages, the loose sand became sedimentary sandstone carved by both wind and water. And the water carried minerals which gave the sandstone a wide variety of colors. This is the Colorado Plateau which has the greatest number of National Parks in the nation. The plateau basically starts at Bryce Canyon, Utah, and then stair steps down to the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River.
Nearly 400 racers of all levels are expected to attend
Baseball team is using all elements for 4-0 record
Coach announces retirement as The Dalles swim team coach after nine seasons
Police, fire, medical and lottery reports from March 26, 2015.
Krause disputes firm’s findings
Editorial cartoons from March 28, 2015.
Dufur loses 7-0 in final tournament game versus Stanfield
No. 4-ranked The Dalles totals 14 hits in an 18-2 mercy-rule win over South Albany
An injury accident was reported at Mount Hood and 9th streets Saturday, March 28, 2015. A vehicle appeared to have been stuck in reverse.
The following editorial appeared in the Coos Bay World on March 19 regarding Obamacare benefits: We wonder if opponents to the Affordable Care Act — Obamacare — saw this one coming.
Police, fire, medical and lottery reports from March 27, 2015
Last Supper scene returns to TDHS Auditorium this year
News director tackles new research project
Opponents say achievement is tied to funding
A card game, a moment of clarity could be turning point to ‘15