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Looking back on Sept. 28, from the archives of The Dalles Chronicle.
Nonprofit events calendar from Sept. 28, 2014.
The White Salmon Valley Community Library and Stevenson Grange 121 invite the public to join Melissa Elliot of Melissa Bees to learn about the importance of bees and other pollinators Saturday, Oct. 11 from 2 to 4:00 p.m. in the library’s Sprint/Baker Gallery.
Science has advanced in leaps and bounds over the last several centuries. Our knowledge about the cosmos, our planet and life on Earth increases almost daily.
Columbia Gorge Discovery Center and Museum presents the seventh annual “A Vintage Evening” with a Rock & Roll Sock Hop on Saturday, Oct. 4.
An adult ceramics class is being offered at The Dalles Art Center beginning Oct 22.
The Dalles Art Center will feature the work of watercolorist Andrew Pate and ceramic artists Dan Noble and Elsie Petrequint-Noble Oct. 1 – 31.
Gorge residents touched by the loss of pregnancy from miscarriage, ectopic, stillbirth or infant loss within the first year of life are invited to walk in memorial Oct. 3 in Hood River.
BEND (AP) — A Bend resident who lost her cat is now posting warnings to other pet owners about coyotes. The message from Leila Thompson gives the same advice as the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife: Don’t let your cats roam at night.
Successful partnerships will be highlighted this year. Personal, business and professional collaborations will bring worthwhile returns. You will come out ahead if you rely on your intelligence and ingenuity, along with your ability to contribute to something that you feel passionate about.
Long time readers may recall a series of columns, Mary’s Big Remodel (www.everydaycheapskate.com/remodel), where I kept you up to date on the long and agonizing remodel of our home by my husband. What you may not know is that no sooner was the paint dry than we put the house up for sale. To our utter amazement it sold in about three hours. Yikes! We were only testing the water. But the offer was something we could not refuse.
DEAR DOCTOR K: My husband’s doctor suspects that he has Alzheimer’s disease and wants him to have neuropsychological testing. What will these tests involve?