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Walden says $1M in wolf funding is one benefit
Walden said measure was a bipartisan compromise
Linebarger goes 3-1 to score second place; three others win at Muilenburg Classic
Arts and entertainment calendar from Dec. 18, 2014.
SAUGERTIES, N.Y. (AP) — Peter Duvaloois' rat rods are way cooler than your car.
People are shopping locally, supporting TD businesses
Editorial cartoons from Dec. 18, 2014
The Oregon Legislature seems likely to give yet another lease on life to the Oregon Clean Fuels Program, even though its best option would be to simply kill it — and it has an easy way to do exactly that.
To the editor: It was Christmas, 1945. WWII was over and my dad, Benjamin E. Veatch was a Marine aboard a ship docked in Shanghai harbor, China. He and fellow Marines were longing for home after serving their country. Dad was eager to get back to his young family in Mosier, Oregon.
To the editor: A very belated, nevertheless majorly huge thank you to Captain Ed Goodman, of The Dalles police, nameless passersby, two PUD young gentlemen who helped tremendously and took our dog to the vet while we were in the ER at MCMC, to the EMTs and all those others who helped when our vehicle went over the bank on Interstate 84.
President Barack Obama has granted clemency to 20 people, including two from Oregon.
BUTTE, Montana (AP) — At least 786 children died of abuse or neglect in the U.S. in a six-year span in plain view of child protection authorities — many of them beaten, starved or left alone to drown while agencies had good reason to know they were in danger, The Associated Press has found.
Police, fire, medical and lottery reports from Dec. 18, 2014.
The remains of a Portland man were found Monday about one mile from his vehicle in Mosier and Wasco County Chief Deputy Lane Magill said there was no evidence of foul play. Magill said Joseph Sizemore, 42, had been reported missing by his family on Sept. 7.
The Dalles High Cross Country harriers Jony Nelson, Emily Morin and Avery Cardosi kept their offseason running schedule intact with a tough test.
15 athletes stake claim to personal records in St. Helens
Still in the early parts of the regular season, the Dufur girls’ basketball team is in the midst of finding a rhythm and flow to the game.
Boys squad goes 1-1 at Heppner Kickoff Tournament
Christmas is just around the corner and parents can add to the excitement of the season by taking their children to the “Santa in the Downtown” event on Saturday, Dec. 20, from 1 to 4 p.m. Community members are invited by The Dalles Main Street to have their picture taken with Santa, enjoy sleigh rides, sip hot chocolate, and savor baked goods while enjoying story time.
At an unusually candid meeting last month, blame flew both ways regarding a long stalemate over the status of the public health district and its relationship to Wasco County.
I’m not fond of these winter doldrums in The Dalles: grey overcast skies with a few days of sunshine, just to tease us that better days are ahead. And although I may not like them, I find these gloomy days are necessary, because without them I wouldn’t really appreciate the warm T-shirt days with blue skies. And isn’t that the way it is in our daily lives? All the challenges and difficulties, the missteps and losses, remind us not to take for granted the simple joys and comforts we can experience every precious day.
While only one person in Wasco County has reported getting the flu this year, health officials say they expect that number to rise around the beginning of the year.
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