asco, Hood River, Sherman, Gilliam and Wheeler counties are among those that will “go live” with an electronic court case management system Monday, Sept. 14.
TD woman prays that cabin is spared
Thirty-one states file legal challenge
Donations met on Friday and $20k grant is matched
Barrel racers from across the Northwest put on a show Sunday in a fundraiser for Lila May
Looking back on August 23, from the archives of The Dalles Chronicle
Coaches and players place a high priority on understanding heat ailments
Bell tower a 30-year project
PORTLAND (AP) — Officials are starting to report some containment of the wildfire that destroyed 36 houses near John Day, Oregon, but gusty winds were expected to continue on the southeast flank.
A vehicle struck an unoccupied Oregon State Police patrol car Tuesday evening, Aug. 18, on I-84.
Police, fire, medical and lottery reports from Aug. 21, 2015
County counsel accuses DA of ethical violations in filing
Nisley denies actions were vengeful
CALEB PARSONS, 12, The Dalles, swoops down the water slide at the Northern Wasco County Aquatics Center Thursday afternoon. The new pool, which opened in June, will end its season on Labor Day, Sept. 7.
Twelve landowners seek to grow marijuana
First-year 12U program using fall workouts as a springboard to 2016 success
Bullock last seen in upper Hood River valley
Editorial cartoons from Aug. 20, 2015
To the editor: Hi my name is Nevaeh and I just want to talk about fun things to do for kids like me. The community put in a new swimming pool and that was a good idea but some people don’t want to swim every day and don’t have the money. But what can we do during the winter? So I had an idea that we should get a roller skating rink.
To the editor: After reading the article about Ray the sea lion I am enamoured with him. Now I am not a crazed animal rights activist nor am I a boat house owner who has to put up with his massive destructive size. I honestly feel like we should leave him alone, in the 4 years he’s been living in our area I haven’t heard of any major drop in salmon numbers or any stories of mass destruction due to his presence, outside of a drooping dock and occupied deck.