Wednesday Mar 5
Feeding the hungry one can at a time
While folks were eating at Court Street Dairy Lunch this week, they also were thinking about feeding others in the community who are hungry.
The Times Leader
Water pump failure causes early dismissal at Dallas
Dallas High School and Middle School students are being dismissed at noon and the two elementary schools will dismiss at 1 p.m. as a result of a loss of water presser on the school campus, Superintendent Frank Galicki said.
A call for readers' fishing photographs
It's an interesting mix of fresh and old-timey offerings, including the bizarre -- a Salem angler who caught an octopus on a jig while pursuing rockfish -- to the ridiculous -- a kid's first fish, a small northern pikeminnow that he hooked on a hunk of pizza.
Lynn: Former Dallas resident earns United Nations fellowship for...
He loves catching up with family and friends and filling up on the delicacies he misses most, especially waffles and pancakes.
Man injured, cited for speeding in I-5 crash
A man was injured in a single-vehicle crash on northbound Interstate 5 near Northeast 179th Street early Wednesday morning.
Calling all actors to Dallas
Yippee! There were enough folks waiting to talk to the Holding Court crew on Tuesday that the Court Street Dairy Lunch staff almost had to form a line.
U.S. Air Base At Manas Starts Closing Shop
Col. John Vaughn, 376th Air Expeditionary Wing vice commander, kisses Galina Ivanovna, school cook, in one of the last visits by U.S. troops to the Birlik Village School on December 20, 2013.