About 30 people in the Gorge Food Security Coalition met Tuesday at FISH Food Bank in Hood River to sign onto a collaborative effort that has been months in the making.
Like a patient getting a full physical, The Dalles Public Works Department now knows what it’s like to be poked and prodded while being thoroughly examined.
In mid-October, a miscommunication led two local parents to believe their little girl was missing, when she was actually safely being taken to her babysitter on the local LINK bus.
A book drive for youth in foster care is now underway and the Wasco County Citizen Review Board is hoping to collect reading material for 200 children, pre-teens and teens.
Playing against a 6A squad like Centennial is sure to get The Dalles girls’ basketball team in midseason form early in the regular season.
Police, fire, medical and lottery reports from Dec. 1
Nonprofit events calendar from Nov. 1.
Police, fire, and medical reports for November 30, 2016
Eres Beauty Salon celebrated joining The Dalles Area Chamber of Commerce on Nov. 23 with a formal ribbon cutting ceremony in front of the salon at 512 W. Ninth Street. Left to right are: Camille Terry of the chamber; Melissa Flores, a student at the Gorge Academy Beauty School who plans to work at Eres; Eres owner Erendida Cruz; Abigail Jara, stylist at Eres; and Teryl Whistler, a new stylist at the salon who focuses on gel nails and eyelash extensions.
Sherman has its supporting cast in place to dominate
MORO – Everything fell into place for the Sherman Huskies during their state championship run last season.
The defending 1A state champion Sherman Huskies tip off Friday for the Sherman Invitational Tournament with Stanfield, Culver and Grant Union as the road participants in this two-day boys and girls basketball event in Moro.
With one year under the tutelage of head coach Nathan Morris, The Dalles boys’ basketball team can use what they learned last year and build on it for the 2016-17 winter season.
Late comeback seals program’s eighth championship
HERMISTON – Just when it seemed like the Crane Mustangs were on the cusp of winning a state championship, the Dufur Rangers showed their resiliency and heart to make plays when the spotlight was on.
From the archives of The Dalles Chronicle
“Are you real?” Connor Kelly, 5, asked Santa before climbing onto his lap Friday night in The Dalles Area Chamber of Commerce office.
Wasco Electric employee Robert Bute attaches a Christmas wreath to a light pole in front of the Granada Theater Tuesday morning as the city’s holiday decorations go into place in the downtown area. Bute was working with fellow employee Keith Fales to attach and light the wreaths so they are ready for tonight’s Starlight Parade, which starts at 6 p.m. and loops through the downtown business district. After the parade, there will be a Christmas tree lighting event at The Dalles Area Chamber of Commerce office at 404 W. Second Street.
For the sixth consecutive year, nurses at Mid-Columbia Medical Center were among a group of Oregon health care professionals selected to receive one of the 2016 March of Dimes Nurse of the Year awards.
To the editor: I’d like to thank Vicky in the The Dalles Planning Department for getting the obstruction removed that has led to people going too fast in a school zone and many unfair speeding tickets on 10th near the four-way stop with Cherry Heights.
To the editor: Next year, 2017 in America, will be a fascinating one. On the home front in Oregon, look forward to more taxes and idiotic anti-gun regulations now that the governor has actually been elected.
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