Although the Dufur Rangers had Kayla Bailey return to the lineup, starting post presence Emily DePriest could not dress down due to an ankle injury, and the Ione Cardinals took advantage.
TD boys stage rally in a 59-53 win over Hermiston
TD crews will help with repair
‘First day’ postmark and stamp draws collector up Columbia
To the editor: Recent letters in these pages have presented passionate back-and-forth regarding climate change. Passionate debate is healthy for our democracy. Climate change is not. Oregonians have the opportunity to support reasoned action in HB 1574, the Healthy Climate Bill. This sensible legislation is before the Oregon legislature in this short legislative session, and creates a practical and doable path to achieving the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions goals established by the State in 2007.
To the editor: I would like to thank the local Moose members for the Santa Breakfast they provide for the Big Brother, Big Sister organization. The Littles get to make a wish list, the Moose members select a list and then go shopping.
To the editor: This past weekend my family had the great pleasure of going to Dufur for a basketball game for my sons’ basketball team. I say great pleasure because I as well as another gentlemen from my community had a rather inspiring experience.
To the editor: I may not support the standoff at the Malheur Reserve but Mr. Bundy made it very clear why the Hammonds are being prosecuted by our government.
This week the Wasco County Commission and Rep. John Huffman, R-The Dalles, rightfully voiced protests about the Oregon Legislature using the 35-day session in 2016 to push through major policy issues that have not been fully vetted.
City officials are reviewing three proposals for revitalization of the Granada block; one for a hotel conference center, another for a cultural/performing art facility and the third establishing an archeological dig site for tourism and education.
Fire, police and lottery reports for Feb. 5
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Columbia Gorge CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) has introduced their newest volunteers: Rob Brostoff, Cascade Locks; Amanda Cummings, Sherilyn Hutchinson and Barbara Pizzola, The Dalles; Feliza Greenwald, Giulia Good Stefani, Mosier; and Steve White, Hood River.
Almost four years ago, Colton Walker dealt with the news that his older brother Dakota had been diagnosed with Burkitt’s Leukemia.
Helyer turns a dream into reality
Police, fire, medical and lottery reports from Feb. 4, 2016.
It is a FACT wolves are predators and brutal ones at that. Are they “terrorists?” Do they terrorize? We can argue the adjective, noun or the verb, but there is no denying that wolves are vicious killers. Do wolves just follow their instincts preying on whatever target is easy and handy…like a bunch of cattle? Yep, they sure do.
To the editor: I would like to take a moment to write regarding the risks of drug use verses alcohol. Alcohol like drugs affects the pleasure center of the brain. Since we are all different people it affects us differently per individual. Some become addicted to it and lives are ruined. Families are broken and some incarceration is needed along with rehabilitation.
Make no mistake. When they suspend a campaign, as Rand Paul did Wednesday and Mike Huckabee and Martin O'Malley did right after the Iowa caucuses, it's not to take a break for household chores or a reflective week at the beach. It's game over.
Wasco County Commission Chair Rod Runyon went to Salem Monday to testify during the first day of the Legislature short session and was not happy with what he saw.