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Doubles team of Wilson and Miller, and singles player Cianci advance to state final
Police, fire, medical and lottery reports from May 19, 2015
COMMUNITY RESIDENTS joined members of the Mid-Columbia Veterans Memorial Committee on Saturday to replace fencing near the Veterans’ Memorial at Kelly Viewpoint in preparation for Monday’s Memorial Day observance at noon.
Parking available at Fifth Street entrance of courthouse
A HOMEMADE RV pulled by Lawrence Scible, who is better known by his spiritual name, Ras Ible, passed through The Dalles Monday headed toward Hood River.
Dee Hill in critical condition
PORTLAND (AP) — An Oregon woman was hospitalized in serious condition after she was shot by her husband, a former sheriff who has dementia.
Police, fire, medical and lottery reports from May 15
A number of people recognized the photo above as The Dalles Soda Works, 900 E. Second St., The Dalles, including Shari McConnell, Russ Brown, Mike Kilkenny, Susan Ortega, Bill Johnson, Lee Langston, Sheri Estivias, Gary Connley, Glenda Rosa, George Bradly, Jake Grossmiller, Petie Biddle and Mary Davis.
The Dalles Area Chamber of Commerce was closing in on its goal to have 1,000 people participate in the May 16 Color Dash as of Friday afternoon. How’s that for a measurable outcome?
THE DALLES (AP) — The Pacific Northwest Seismic Network says two small earthquakes have been recorded in the Northwest, one in northern Oregon and the other in north-central Washington. No damage was reported from either.
From dusty to dazzling, pianos are repurposed by art students
The Dalles softball team tops Hood River
Sherman travels to Heppner or Irrigon on Tuesday
Riverhawks lose season finale 5-3 to Hood River Valley
TD’s Conklin, Strassheim and girls’ 4x100 relay team chalk up state berths Friday
Dance Club hosting year-end fundraiser
Group of 56 harriers take part in Twin Tunnels event
10U Crush prepared for weekend tournament in The Dalles