Timothy Ballard fights for an end to global child trafficking
March 6 event is open to parents and potential students
Multiple tribes in area would require complex negotiations.
Lori Connelly, life-long Oregon resident and native of The Dalles, realized her life-long ambition of becoming a published author in the fall of 2013 after a hard-won battle against massive health problems.
Finding a student just the right book remains particularly rewarding
The rush of competition, the excitement of witnessing two opposing sides’ fight for dominance and their struggle to emerge victorious in the face of difficult odds always makes for a great show.
Officials: Housing is an economic barrier
Test would rely less on multiple-choice
Recently awarded the distinction of being named The Dalles Area Chamber of Commerce’s 2014 Outstanding Youth of the Year, Aletta Maier definitely has a lot going for her.
Neighbor objections play role
Pens to receive modification
Teacher of the Year is first special ed teacher to win honor
Volunteers nurture greenhouse plants in winter
Student escorted off property
Homeless struggle to keep warm when center closes
Vocational training part of community school at Wahtonka
New process may change tally
Volunteers provide free books for kids
Wasco Co. saw 27-percent hike
Views vary on what should represent local high school
Students take charge to provide relief
The Dalles woman visits LA show set
Officials seek new funding source for roadwork
D21 committee pares down list to four choices
Cheering on students? All in a day’s work
As a regular hospital visitor, Patch is born and bred for comfort and companionship
Board settles on color definitions
Sept. ‘14 eyed for all-day kindergarten
Margaret French returns to Dufur School to lead the Holiday concert
Program would serve 40 to 55
Oregon State University to offer local options
Oregon State University Extension Services has had a presence in the community for many decades, but OSU has decided to bring its Open Campus program to the Columbia Gorge as well.
Authors will be on hand Saturday from 2 to 5 p.m.
On Saturday, Dec. 7 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., Klindt’s Booksellers will be hosting a Children’s Holiday Soiree. Complete with children’s authors and specialty craft makers, you’ll be able to find holiday gifts for everyone on your list. There will be plenty of interesting stocking stuffers to check out, freshly stocked shelves of children’s toys to peruse and a wide selection of great titles to explore.
Criteria to be used to narrow down options
Dry Hollow students work to make a difference.
The Sherman County school board dismissed its interim district Superintendent Dr. Brian Metke on Nov. 20. A statement to the press last week said the board of directors had “unanimously voted to terminate [his] contract without cause.”
The Dalles Wahtonka High School, students were introduced to the idea of peer tutoring as another way to earn community service hours during a Nov. 14 assembly.
The Oregon Department of Education revamped its report cards for the state’s k-12 public schools this year.
Three schools falls short of standards, improve
Seth Lambert and family are pleased about return to NW
Leaders emphasize positive ways students can ‘be the change’ they want to see in the world
School’s first ‘appreciation’ assembly kicks off end-of-quarter celebration Thursday
Sometimes a pair of knitting needles, a GPS locator or a robotics kit are more than they seem; sometimes they are a key to better understanding — and that’s Awesome.
Whitehouse: Solutions still ‘too early to say’
Oregon Learns aims to draw in stakeholders
Principal outlines recent projects
Let’s set the scene: It’s the Fourth of July. All across the nation, days-long celebrations have been building up to culminate in one last event, the grand finale to end the holiday celebrations on a high note and wow the crowds before everyone heads home.
When asked what they intend to do for a living, the only reply most students can manage is one characterized by panic. With widened eyes and a phrase specifically designed to stall for time like “ummm...,” even the much simpler “What are you going to do after graduation?” can stump a number of them. A sure-fire way to get any teen to start avoiding you is by asking too many questions like these.
Teri Brown speaks out against bullying
Challenge aims to reduce miles With the average price of gas hovering around $3.50 per gallon just this month, there are already a lot of reasons for Oregonians to reconsider the amount of time and money they spend on driving each week.
Teachers from all over the Columbia Gorge gathered in the Dry Hollow Elementary gym on Friday, Oct. 11 to participate in “It All Adds Up,” a free training designed to generate new and improved strategies for teaching age-appropriate math skills to early learners.