The Dalles men extremely helpful
Front page of Chronicle all positive
Chronicle editors debate Iran nuclear deal
Two emergency situations that occurred July 14 — a missing woman and six fires along Highway 197 — are still under investigation by the responding agencies.
Judge rules hearing is option
THE FORT Dalles Days and Rodeo parade works its way east on Second Street downtown The Dalles Saturday, July 18.
Hogan waits for transplant
Pending sale could force move from River Road location
Barrel racing, bull riding and tie-down roping come down to final night
Fundraiser used to help cowboys with medical needs
Action heats up Friday at Milt Tumilson Arena in The Dalles
Looking back on July 18, from the archives of The Dalles Chronicle.
To the editor: I just received my new Century Link phone book for the Columbia Gorge. It proclaims that it has larger print. That made me happy since I could not read the last phone book without a magnifying glass.
The Dalles Chronicle has scored 14 state and national editorial and photography awards and a top spot in graphic design. Eleven awards were presented Thursday to publisher Marilyn Roth at the Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association conference at Salishan Lodge in Gleneden Beach.
Old Dalles newspapers offer a glimpse into town’s early history
The City of The Dalles is asking residents to check the condition of trees and shrubs that extend over sidewalks, streets and alleys
Emmanuel Baptist showing "The Lego Movie"
Rodeo has pony rides
New clerk, interim finance director chosen
Sammis was one of first female rodeo riders