Former TD player excelling at next level
Lady Hawks now ready for final five league matches
No. 4 The Dalles stands tall once again in four-game victory
Bridge: Find anyway to make it
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Dr. K: If you eat red meat make it lean and small in portion
In response to the shooting at the Umpqua Community College campus in Roseburg, local law enforcement agencies in The Dalles will provide an increased police presence outside and around District 21 schools today, according to Cindy Miller, executive assistant at North Wasco County School District 21.
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Northern Wasco County Parks and Recreation District will host a party Friday
Free event Sunday, Oct. 18 at 2 p.m.
Queen to be crowned at halftime of Friday's football game
It’s way too early to tell for sure, but a look at how the 2016 general election ballot is shaping up in Oregon suggests that the compelling races will not be at the top of the ballot.
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Help for homeless
ROSEBURG, Ore. (AP) — The latest on the deadly shooting Thursday at a community college in Oregon (all times local): 1:05 p.m. The former president of an Oregon community college where a gunman opened fire, killing at least seven people, says the school has only one security officer on duty at a time, and that person isn't armed. Joe Olson retired in June from his position as president of Umpqua (UMP'-kwah) Community College in Roseburg. He says last year, one of the biggest debates on campus was whether the school should have armed security officers. He says the college had three training exercises with local law agencies in the past two years, "but you can never be prepared for something like this." Olson says he suspects Thursday's shooting will start a discussion across the country about how community colleges prepare for something like this. Authorities say the gunman killed at least seven people and injured at least 20 others.
Finance chief expects funds to be deposited next week
The Dalles High School students Alex McCall (Peter Pan), from left, Julissa Marquez (Russell from “Up”), Timarra Roth (Jessie from “Toy Story”) and Desiray Almaraz (Snow White) dressed up as their favorite Walt Disney characters Wednesday as part of Homecoming week.