What's happening from April 26, 2015.
Public meetings from April 26, 2015
AMBER ASHLEY, above right, graduated from Family Dependency Court on Tuesday, April 7. Family Dependency Court is a program developed to help participants achieve total abstinence from substance abuse and to promote self-sufficiency and return the participant to the community as a productive and responsible citizen. The program is voluntary and a personal choice. One year ago Amber Ashley made the choice to get clean and be reunited with her daughter. She celebrated her graduation from the program with many friends and family members who attended to show their support for a job well done. Judge Janet L. Stauffer, left, presided.
PORTLAND (AP) — For decades, farmers have routinely fed antibiotics to livestock to fatten up the animals and protect them from illnesses amplified by confined conditions.
Bike donation group starts
Arts and entertainment calendar from April 23
Police, fire, medical and lottery reports from April 23, 2015
Hands-on expo at Wahtonka
Jones said new form will make process more efficient
Volunteer Kathy Schwartz, asked by Wasco County to help study public health delivery options, believes a public health district is the best way to go and hopes to convince the county of it.
Grammy nominee here July 3
Winners in the Distinguished Young Women of Wasco County scholarship program were announced Saturday.
Witness saw feline shot with arrows
Draft is online, public asked to leave comments
Red Cross provides clothing, temporary shelter