The Dalles High School will offer a new elective next year, thanks to a $30,909 grant from the Nike School Innovation Fund.
A property owner near downtown told The Dalles City Council Monday that transient problems have spiked in recent years and his land has become “a prime transient homeless camp.”
When the Burns Chamber of Commerce contacted Meadows Outdoor Advertising in The Dalles about purchasing a billboard thanking the many law enforcement officers who worked with Harney County during the occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, it got more than it asked for.
Fire, police, lottery reports
Canada’s Double Portion, an award winning gospel band, is playing a free concert Tuesday, Feb. 16, at 7 p.m. at Maupin Community Church.
When Fr. Joseph Levine became the priest of St. Peter Catholic Church in The Dalles more than three years ago, he realized there were many families in the parish who couldn’t afford to send their kids to the Catholic school across the street.
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Dick Yecny strolls between monuments at the Veterans Memorial at Sorosis Park in The Dalles.
Sophomore averages 27.5 points in two conference wins
TD skier has had top-10 finishes in each of his last three races
More than 230 help raise $3,000 in 5th annual event
After dual with HRV, Hawks turn attention to regionals
To the editor: In a recent letter to the editor, Mike Woodside said, “I want nothing more than to see our community grow and prosper.” I, too, would like to see our community grow and prosper!
To the editor: I would like to thank the Oregon Veterans’ Home for the outstanding care given to me after a knee replacement surgery. While in my three-week stay there, the physical and occupational team, along with the nursing and certified nurse assistance group on Charlie wing, hastened my recovery and discharge.
To the editor: As one of the seven directors for the North Wasco County School District, I believe all our directors serve for our kids.
To the editor: I would like to thank The Dalles Chronicle for its prompt and prominently displayed announcement of the change of venue of the blood drive held on Jan. 27. Your work helped get the word out to our donors, and to alert others to the drive. We not only met our goal, we exceeded it!
To the editor: City Council — LET US VOTE! At the town hall meeting three weeks ago, a lone Hispanic woman stood up and testified to the mayor and city council that many in her Spanish-speaking community were confused and afraid of the marijuana situation happening in The Dalles.
The end of a nearly six-week-long standoff at an Oregon wildlife refuge played out live on the Internet, with tens of thousands of people listening as supporters encouraged the last armed occupiers to surrender.
Sen. Bill Hansell, R-Athena, is pleased to see a bill upholding a state agency’s decision to remove the gray wolf from the endangered species list making headway in the current legislative session.
The roof over the lecture hall in the main building of the Columbia Gorge Community College campus will be replaced and insulated.