Huskies shut down the Cardinals in 82-30 blowout
No. 5 SWC gets home win
Allie Noland and Lindsey Hull went for double figures, and senior guard Cassie Davis tallied nine to lead the South Wasco County Redsides to a 49-35 girls’ hoops win over Arlington Friday. “We came to play,” said SWC coach Bill Mead. “We played Redside basketball on both ends of the court. We had all-around scoring from everyone. It was a great team effort.” The Redsides led 13-4 through one quarter and 18-10 at the half.
Don’t look now, but the Dufur Ranger girls’ basketball is two games out of third place in the Big Sky conference after securing their second straight win by a 51-48 score over Mitchell-Spray Friday in a league matchup played at Mitchell High School.
Boys secure fifth straight, 68-39, over Mitchell
TD uses 14-8 run in final 6:15 to score 49-39 victory
did my first alpine downhill ski run in 1949 and my wife Janet followed those tracks in 1964. That, my friends, is a combined 117 years skiing everywhere from Pocatello, Idaho’s Pebble Basin Ski Area to Heavenly Valley, in California.
Looking back on January 31, from the archives of The Dalles Chronicle.
Regional history forums have been scheduled for 2016 at the Original County Courthouse, 410 W. Second Pl., located behind The Dalles Area Chamber of Commerce visitor center. Programs begin at 1:30 p.m. in the upstairs courtroom.
For the record from Sunday, Jan. 31, 2016.
A medical doctor specializing in eye care, Dr. John Willer recently returned from Guatemala mission
To the editor: On 1-12-16, the front page of The Chronicle featured a picture of many community members, local government officials and even youngsters, who attended the opening of the tasting room of Freebridge Brewing.
To the editor: I would like to thank Lisa Farquharson, Tiffany Hardin and the rest of The Dalles Chamber of Commerce for the wonderful “Unsung Heroes” award banquet that was recently held.
To the editor: I recently retired from my job at Mid-Columbia Medical Center as a physical therapist on the M-Power Rehabilitation Unit.
To the editor: Having lived in Wasco County all my life, I want nothing more than to see our community grow and prosper. As a business person I want it to be easy to start a new business and easy to expand an existing business.
To the editor: Several people have asked me if being elected Wasco County Commissioner would interfere with my duties representing Wasco County on the Columbia River Gorge Commission.
To the editor: In my opinion, the presidential choices are as follows: 1) a Socialist, Bernie Sanders; 2) a Capitalist, Donald Trump; 3) an Americanist, Ben Carson.
To the editor: Thank you Steve Hudson for your excellent letter on the global warming/climate change hoax. I realize that the climate is changing but that is a normal thing. The earth has had ice ages and periods of warming for many years.
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