As many as 43.5 million Americans may have dyslexia, and about 3.5 percent of students — slightly more than two million children — are receiving special educational services for a reading disorder.
The Dalles senior Bailey LeBreton chose not use her learning disability as an excuse or crutch – She finished her senior year with a 3.94 grade point average, and that accomplishment is an example to others that anything is possible as long as they press forward and make education a top priority.
LeBreton signed on to play volleyball and softball at George Fox University with an interior design major and a minor in organizational communications.
Last Wednesday at Wahtonka School in The Dalles, 75 local children were in action at the Elementary School Track and Field Meet on the campus of Wahtonka High School at Sid White Field in The Dalles.
This meet is hosted by the physical education teachers at Chenowith, Dry Hollow and Colonel Wright, and students and high school track volunteers were on hand to teach the events and pass out ribbons, which were provided by the Colonel Wright and Dry Hollow PTO and PTA.
Through three tournaments, the Cherry City Crush softball squad, made up of all 13U players, had a 9-7 overall record with four of those losses by one run.
Those close games under pressure situations were beneficial to the group as they started 0-2, but finished 4-0 to secure a silver bracket championship at the Tormaschy Memorial Tournament on June 1-2 in Yakima, Wash.
D-Day Anniversary is a time to remember the value of freedom and liberty.
On Wednesday, June 6, world leaders commemorated the 75 Anniversary of D-Day, the largest cross-water invasion in history, a momentary pause in the day’s news of tariffs and threats of tariffs, war and rumors of war, and the never-ending modern mix of political insults and name calling. Read more