Today is Sunday, March 2, the 61st day of 2014. There are 304 days left in the year. Today’s Highlight in History:
Looking Back through the archives of The Dalles Chronicle, March 2.
The computer gaming industry changes at such a rapid clip that it sees in just one year the equivalent of 10 years of change in other industries.
Game maker wants to put gorge on the map
‘Costs’ promised for Ukraine
State salmon-steelhead hatchery management plans for northwest Oregon’s Sandy River basin are moving closer towards the goal of minimizing impacts on protected wild stocks and should be allowed to play out, according to legal briefs filed Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Portland.
Pacific lamprey migrating up the Columbia River will find their route past McNary Lock and Dam a bit easier to travel, thanks to a prototype lamprey-passage structure installed in the downstream end of the Oregon shore fish ladder, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers officials announced this week.
Bonneville Power Administration names new officers.
In order to gain the most from new experiences, it’s imperative to release yourself from past disappointments or negative circumstances. Positivity, dedication and intensity are necessary to perform at your optimum level. With the right attitude, nothing can hold you back.
I’m going to guess you’ve made a financial mistake or two in your life. Who hasn’t? For some of us, it was more than an occasional late fee or random urge to overspend that brought us to our financial knees. But I’m not talking about the kind of blunders that got us into trouble — we could list those in our sleep. Instead, I want to focus on the mistakes people make while they’re working their way back to financial health. Avoid these goofs to make 2014 a year you achieve financial progress!
DEAR DOCTOR K: My daughter and several of her college friends are on the “paleo” diet. What is that? Is it healthy?
THE FORT DALLES Rodeo Association will crown its 2014 rodeo queen, Katie Surritt of Brush Prairie, Wash., at its annual banquet and queen’s coronation, Saturday, March 15.
Nonprofit events from Feb. 28, 2014.
Dinner honors nominees March 6
Seniors cap careers with 10 straight wins over rivals
TDW, Dufur and Sherman put up good numbers in season-opening event
THE DALLES – With the coming spring brings warmer temperatures and the start of the cycling season. When the dust settled in 201,3 the inaugural Gorge Roubaix race in The Dalles ended up with 250 participants, so there is hope that the numbers could continue its upward climb.
SALEM (AP) — The Oregon Senate moved to delay a measure that would loosen the requirements for which drunken drivers must use ignition interlock devices.
SALEM (AP) — Oregon prison guards are one step closer to winning authority to keep guns in their cars during the workday.
Police, fire, medical and lottery reports from Feb. 28, 2014.