DALLAS -- It may have been an overcast weekend, but judging by the turnout, local golfers were excited to particiate in the 22nd Annual Turkey Shoot at the Cross Creek Golf Course on Nov. 22.
SALEM — Facing a $22 million budget gap, the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department asks park visitors to adhere by health and safety measures and be patient with reduced services and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic.
DALLAS — The 17th Annual Brockway Memorial (Open) Golf Tournament will be held on Saturday, Feb. 1 at Cross Creek Golf Course. The event will be a two-person scramble format over 18 holes with a shotgun start at 9:30 a.m. Cost for the tournament will be $56 and includes green fees, hole pr…
As the major league baseball season races towards its October crescendo and the Central High School fight song only now begins to fade in the ears of Panther faithful following the high school baseball state championship earlier this spring, another tune of bat and ball and glove drifted int…
Jacob Hoda, a member of the Salem Sprague Little League baseball team, is playing with his team in the little league world series in Williamsfort, Pennsylvania. Games begin on Aug. 16 and will run through Aug. 25. Both sets of his grandparents live in Dallas, and his parents, Kate and Joe Ho…
DALLAS — Christopher Brees, one of the coaches of the Dallas Prune Pickers, a 10U all-star baseball team, wants to make sure the community knows how thankful he is for their contribution to the team this season.
DALLAS — The Lady Dragons Fastpitch team is currently looking to fill 10U, 12U, 14U and 16U rosters for the 2019 fall softball season. Head coaches are looking for players with great attitudes, strong work ethic, exemplary sportsmanship and the desire to improve and grow in the sport.
MONMOUTH/INDEPENDENCE – Whether you’re an avid runner or haven’t laced up the shoes in some time, it’s OK: the Fourth of July mini-marathon doesn’t discriminate.
All I could hear was the blood pounding in my ears, and the sound of my ragged breath as I crunched through the snow and ice that covered the trail, trudging slowly up the unforgiving terrain.
If you’re a parent looking for activities to sign your kid up to this fall, Western Oregon University offers community youth swim lessons each term for kids ages 6 months to early teens.
If you’re looking for a new hobby to pick up, head over to the Health and Wellness Center at Western Oregon University, where they offer rock climbing classes for anyone ages 4 and older on their state-of-the-art 40-foot rock climbing wall.
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- WOU’s history
- Club Sports
- WOU Athletics
- Wolf Ride :WOU offers free shuttle service to students
- Christmas at WOU
- Dallas finds its wings
- Dallas doctor’s license revoked
- Polk County kicks off Christmas season
- Bryan John Boyd
- Police report for Dec. 1
- Forged in Fellowship
- Departing Independence city manager creates new role for library director
- Earl Proctor
- State’s workforce shortage hits Polk County’s prosecutor’s office
- Letters to the editor for Dec. 1
- Georgia Clarice Wildfang
- Dallas Youth Garden overcomes pandemic, extreme climate for successful harvest
- Council approves Republic Service rate increase
- COVID-19 risk levels in Oregon rise, reversing recent trend
- CTGR to receive COVID-19 aid
- Social notebook for Dec. 8
- News in brief for Dec. 8
- Public Agenda for Dec. 8
- Dallas and Central wrestling ready to clash