How many species can a man catch in a year?
Well, Janet and I have done it again. We have wasted another summer wandering single lane forest service roads looking for the next greatest hiking trail. We have run into our share of road hogs who think they are driving in downtown Portland. We have pointed more than a few disoriented people in the right direction. That said, we have had another great year roaming the trails of the Columbia River Gorge and Mount Hood.
After a three-year hiatus, the South Wasco County football team finishes year strong
In what appears to be a recurring theme for The Dalles girl’s soccer team, No. 16-ranked Pendleton hit the back of the net in the opening 90 seconds of play and took hold of a 3-2 triumph in a Columbia River Conference matchup in Pendleton. “Three out of the last four games we have allowed a goal in the first 90 seconds, so that makes it difficult,” said TD head coach Colby Tonn.
Boy’s soccer team shuts out Pendleton 5-0 to punch a state play-in berth
Riverhawk volleyball team sweeps Hood River Valley to earn state play-in berth
Nonprofit events calendar from Oct. 23, 2014.
Led by Morin, girls take 2nd; boys claim 3rd place
Third-and-fourth graders hold off TD Maroon for a 7-0 shutout victory Saturday
Darden slams down 21 kills to lead Ranger sweep
No. 3 Dufur overcomes halftime deficit with 38 unanswered points for a 52-16 win
LA PINE (AP) — We could see maybe 20 feet in front of us as our boat motored slowly away from the Rock Creek boat ramp on Crane Prairie Reservoir.
Facing a Hermiston team sitting at last place in the Columbia River Conference, The Dalles girls’ soccer team could not gain an advantage taking a 2-1 setback Thursday in 5A varsity action at Hermiston High School.