Youth of Heart of Hospice clubs visit the Oregon Veterans Home in The Dalles
Dufur scores game-winning touchdown in final minute
History Mystery and Looking Back, Nov. 22
What's happening from Nov. 22, 2015
Fall fundraisers are underway for the Distinguished Young Women scholarship program in The Dalles. Eighteen young women will be participating. Program participants are partnering with JD Smith Jewelers for the seventh year. There are hundreds of gorgeous pieces to choose from in many price ranges. Sales will raise funds for the program.
The Salvation Army is in need of individuals and groups to adopt families for Christmas. Participants purchase gifts, or gifts and food, for the family’s Christmas celebration.
Celilo woman reaches out to Native Americans living on the Columbia River
Grassroots effort seeks to boost D21 scores
‘Olaf’ kicks off annual Shop Local contest
TD girls’ cross country seniors leave winning legacy
Public, nonprofit activities
CDC recommends everyone aged 6 months and older should receive annual flu vaccination
Learning Express Library offers a range of skill development and job-seeking resources
Sherman County residents encouraged to bring donations
For just $1, Jack in the Box customers can help Big Brothers Big Sisters
Rangers take on unbeaten Perrydale in a semifinal tilt Saturday
To the editor: After 20 years of endless gridlock in our federal forests, it's time to address the underlying crisis threatening the health of our rural communities and millions of acres of forests each year lost to wildfire by restoring active, sustainable management to these public lands.
To the editor: For many years it has been the desire of everyone who cares about children and teenagers in the Mid-Columbia to see a youth center built to help them reach their greatest potential. A positive affordable and safe place for youngsters to go and be mentored by encouraging adults while doing fun activities. A place where young people can take part in music, art, sports, computers and drama, just to name a few, while also learning valuable life skills.
Havanese named ‘Mocha’ has been visiting MCMC for almost nine years
The father of the five children who lived in a shed for a time has requested a modification of his parenting plan in order to give him custody.