The dismissal of the Revitalize Main Street Act (SB 565) published by the Chronicle reflects a short-sighted view of the state’s role in the economic health and safety of communities, stating that any investment in the restoration of historic infrastructure takes money from schools. A more holistic view sees that schools and local services depend on healthy local economies – the very thing SB 565 strives to address.
To the editor: On June 9, an ALS benefit was held at Burgerville and we would like to thank the many businesses who donated prizes and helped make this benefit a huge success.
To the editor: The Dalles Art Center would like to extend a big thank you to all the volunteers and supporters that helped turn the “All That Jazz” Piano Auction Event into a success. Thank you to the Education Foundation as well as Ernie Blatz and Carol Roderick for representing the D21 School Board.
Oregon officials want to claim bragging rights for being the first in the nation to enact a road mileage tax and a fee at the pump to reduce carbon emissions in the state.
Looking back on June 21, from the archives of The Dalles Chronicle.
New entries KIWANIS PROGRAMS: Kiwanis meetings are held every Thursday at noon at Spooky’s and visitors are welcome. June speakers include: Jun. 11, Carolyn Purcell, speaking about what’s new at Columbia Gorge Discovery Center and upcoming events. Jun. 25, is the monthly club business meeting. For more information go to www. thedalleskiwanis.org.
The Dalles Main Street invites businesses to apply to be vendors for The Dalles Main Street’s upcoming Summerfest, July 18, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the downtown blocks.
Blogger shares her travels
Sleeping Beauty coming to The Dalles High School
Police, fire, medical and lottery reports from June 19, 2015
Former athlete diagnosed with cancer in March
Sherman off to a quick start in opening day of home tournament pool play matchups
Children continue to receive nutritious meals during long school vacations
Event starts at 10 a.m.
Wheelchair access available
Teachers take a look back
TD grad weathers trip to Comoros
Rager scores 34 points in Redsides’ 100-84 victory
Boys’ basketball team working towards establishing a foundation of success
To the editor: The young of the year are on the ground! I have protected fish and wildlife for 50 years in the Mid-Columbia area. As a now-retired Fish and Game officer, and while I worked, I picked up hundreds of dead wildlife off our roads, from Silver Gray Squirrels to elk.