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The Dalles resident Morioka featured in Bend museum through Nov. 1
Miyoshi delegates stay locally
THE DALLES MAYOR Steve Lawrence gets a warm greeting from Blaze the Trail Cat during a Portland Trailblazer Rip City flag raising event at the Lewis and Clark Festival Park in The Dalles Wednesday, Oct. 24.
Pendleton scores 18 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to preserve a 30-12 win
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.
The Dalles Chronicle Editorial Board is evenly split between political viewpoints and also includes Marilyn Roth, publisher. Following is our endorsement of state and federal candidates in contested races:
I challenge the people of Wasco County to think and read critically when considering advertisements, editorials and letters to the editor prior to an election.
To the editor: A very heartfelt “Thank You” to JoAnna and Bob Stanek and the Spooky’s staff.
To the editor: I have been disappointed in how the community responded to the treatment of Scott Green, our prior Director of Parks and Recreation.
To the editor: Dear rural Oregon friends and neighbors, over many election cycles, I’ve listened to conservatives who didn’t cast a ballot complain “My vote doesn’t count so why bother?” Here’s why (your vote counts):
To the editor: As a farmer, I ask you to vote and please vote no on M92. First, it will not make our food supply safer.
To the editor: GMO and Pot Initiatives on the ballot. Please vote for labeling GMO’s in our food. Why? Here are my reasons:
Public meetings from Oct. 26
Fresh off a big win last week against Sherman, the No. 3 Dufur Rangers beat Condon-Wheeler to solidify a Big Sky Conference championship.
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
Looking back on Oct. 26, from the archives of The Dalles Chronicle.
Duties switching to a new troop this Nov. 11
The Pink Walk to raise public awareness about breast cancer, starts Saturday, Oct. 25, at 10:30 a.m. at St. Peter's Landmark, Third and Lincoln street.
HOOD RIVER — Columbia Center for the Arts will present the third annual Mt. Hood Independent Film Festival in Hood River Nov. 7-9. Venues for the Film Festival include two theaters at Columbia Center for the Arts, Hood River Hotel downstairs and Andrew’s Skylight Theater. The festival will feature a segment of 3D films –the only film festival in the PNW featuring 3D. In addition to showcasing national and worldwide films, the festival features local and NW filmmakers and is supported almost entirely by community volunteers and local businesses.
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