Six-team bracket has some talented standouts
The Dalles 11U All Stars are the wild card team of the District 5 Little League tournament. While they are going into playoff action with the intent on winning, head coach Mike Wilbur wants his athletes to enjoy the responsibility of being examples of the community.
Team wants to make its district point in Prineville
The countdown for Prineville begins. For The Dalles’ 10U Little League All Stars, many of the players expressed a high level of excitement for the opportunity to play on the big stage and be a part of something special. Most of all, this group, coached by Ken Brock, is going in with a little bit of chip on their shoulders.
The Dalles Mayor Steve Lawrence has filed for re-election and two challengers have filed for city council positions. This year, along with the mayor’s office, three of the five positions on The Dalles City Council will be on the Nov. 8 general election ballot.
The Dalles High School is working with the grassroots community group on building a mentorship program, the school board heard last Thursday.
Poker Run raises money
A motorcycle rolls through the front entrance to Route 30 Bottles and Brew downtown The Dalles Saturday, one of a handful passing through the establishment on a painted highway before exiting into the parking area in the back.
Parents can enrich their child’s life and their own by attending the “Incredible Years,” a 12-week parenting program that begins Wednesday, July 13. The series will be held at The Next Door office in The Dalles, 318 W. Second Street.
Police, fire, medical and lottery reports from June 21, 2016.
After several months of research into how The Dalles Municipal Court is working, city officials have determined the court is operating just fine as is. On June 13, the city council unanimously approved a motion to accept the recommendations of the Municipal Court Task Force.
Relay for Life participants gather for a Luminaria Ceremony Saturday night at 10 p.m. The luminary are decorated in remembrance of community members who have died of cancer. The names of all were read during the ceremony as their names, and some photographs, were projected on the wall.
The Dalles City Council will seek to define the meaning of “church” at its June 27 meeting in order to establish buffer zones around sites where recreational marijuana sales will be prohibited.
Visitors enjoying the Fly-In at the Columbia Gorge Regional/The Dalles Municipal Airport in Dallesport admire a restored Corsair with U.S. Marine Corps markings.
Team splits Friday, loses 2 to Advanced Metal Saturday
The Columbia Gorge Hustlers salvaged a split with Advanced Metals Friday, and then came up on the wrong end of a two-game sweep loss Saturday to Showtime in a pair of American legion baseball doubleheaders played at Bob Williams Field. In their opening game, the Hustlers led 5-2 and 6-3, but Advanced Metals scored four runs in the top of the sixth and held on for a 7-6 win.
Sherman goes 8-0, including final win over Triangle Lake
MORO – Last year, the Sherman Huskies won their own tournament and eventually won a 1A state championship. If you are a believer in good omens, this past weekend’s performance at the Sherman County Invitational Basketball Tournament was one. The Huskies went 8-0 with each win by double digits, including a lopsided 78-57 triumph over Triangle Lake in the championship Sunday in Moro.
What's Happening from July 19, 2016
Looking back on June 19, from the archives of The Dalles Chronicle.
Springtime... I step out the front door of my parent’s house, headed to the car. I’d already kissed my folks goodbye, but they’d stayed inside, giving me the dignity of an adult leave taking. I appreciate it, though I am already becoming a little homesick. The little Dodge Colt sits waiting in the driveway, ready to take me back to school in the valley, three hours and a world away.
The Mosier train derailment on June 3rd was a terrible accident. But from the accident, we have learned many valuable things. As the members of the Oregon House who represent the gorge region in Salem, it was especially instructive for us to be able to witness first-hand how legislation passed in the 2015 session impacted the reaction to events that occurred that weekend.
Fifth-grader Lindy Taylor decided to add two pools to her shopping list for a Memorial Day picnic, bringing the cost to feed and entertain 14 people to $405. “I was planning for a warm day,” she said about the math lesson given to her Colonel Wright Elementary class by teacher Steve Chance. “I was really nervous about it because I thought I was going to mess up on the math, but once I got going, it was a lot easier than I thought it would be.”
The Chance family has a long lineage of educators, so it was no surprise to Steve that his son, Tim, would choose that profession.
District 5 Playoffs in Prineville
Here is your The Dalles Little League 10U District 5 Playoff bracket for play next weekend in Prineville