Nonprofit events calendar from Sept. 19, 2014.
Moro’s antique store Now and Then, together with the Sherman County Historical Museum, will be hosting a special book signing with two authors on Saturday, Oct. 18.
THE DALLES High School Class of 1959 held a reunion in mid-September that was attended by:
Two boys, ages 12 and 14, are slated to enter pleas Oct. 7 to charges of first-degree arson in a June fire that destroyed a partially burned historic home on West Fourth Street in The Dalles.
DA tired of familiar drug holder excuse
Event offers flu shots, information about preventing cancer with nutrition, exercise
A VEHICLE pulling an open utility trailer crossed over the guardrail noon Thursday, Sept. 19, on eastbound I-84 and rolled down an embankment between the highway and the railway, ending up on its wheels in rocks and brush. The trailer remained wedged on top of the guardrail. At least two people were transported by medical personnel but were able to walk with assistance up the embankment to the highway shoulder. A fire was reported at the time of the accident, but no fire was apparent on arrival and the visible smoke originally reported was thought by field personnel to have been from the radiator of the vehicle, which appeared to be a complete loss. Accident was photographed from behind Hank's Auto Sales. Mark B. Gibson photo
The Dalles Transfer Station was evacuated and city public works staff kept on lockdown when a powder spill at the transfer station apparently killed some birds Thursday, Sept. 18.
Choose your companions wisely. If you are seen to be radical or controversial, you will discourage the attention of those you wish to impress. With the right amount of discipline, you will make the connections that will help you move forward with ease.
Doing something about consumer debt is good for your finances — and just about every other area of your life, too.
DEAR DOCTOR K: My father was recently diagnosed with essential tremor. Is this the same thing as Parkinson’s disease? If not, what is the difference?
Local football teams use hard week of preparation for Friday night success for The Dalles, Sherman, Dufur and Maupin
A GUIDED float down the lower White Salmon River on Sunday, Sept. 21, provides participants with education about the breaching of Condit Dam in 2011 and the transformation that’s occurring after a century’s worth of silt, gravel, organic matter and water-drenched logs were unleashed through the drain hole.
Arts and entertainment calendar from Sept. 19
Klindt’s Booksellers will kick-off the holiday season Oct. 18 by bringing books, beer and brats together during the Northwest Author’s Festival.
The film “Disruption: Climate. Change,” will be shown Sunday, Sept. 21, at Riverside Community Church, Fourth and State streets, in Hood River.
Moro — Donna Birtwistle of Moro has brought South Africa to the Sherman County Historical Museum with a display sharing her travels, adventures and select hand-painted art work that she collected.
Editorial cartoons from Sept. 19, 2014
To the editor: The day is coming in November when you can reject the current administration’s plan for the City of The Dalles. I feel rejection to the point of having a new group of leaders look at current plans and give a new take on whether this is a direction we should be going.
To the editor: Another election is less than two months away and, again, I am asking residents to exercise their right to vote.