On Tuesday, Feb. 23, curb removal directly west of the roundabout between Second and Third Streets will begin at 10 p.m. Access to East Second Street from the roundabout will be closed. The roundabout itself will be open to traffic. Closure will begin again at 6 a.m. Wednesday. Motorists needing to access the downtown area can use alternate freeway exits or detour via Dry Hollow to East 1th to Kelley Avenue. On Wednesday, Feb. 24-25, beginning at 9 a.m., East Third street will be closed from Taylor Street to the roundabout for curb and island repair. Motorists will be detoured via Taylor back to Second Street. Section will reopen by 4 p.m. each day to accommodate high traffic volumes.
Planning Commission to work on "time, place and manner" regulations for shops and dispensaries
The Dalles City Council opts to regulate pot sales instead of allowing voters to decide on issue. A measure will be send to the electorate in November asking for approval of a local tax on recreational marijuana sales.
A woman was home alone with her children when a man who had just been “involved” in a stabbing nearby entered her house at 18th and Morton this morning, law officers said.
BURNS (AP) — Federal and state law officers arrested the leaders of an armed group occupying a national wildlife refuge, during a traffic stop along a highway in Oregon's frozen high country that prompted gunfire and left one man dead.
Work on Thompson St. between E 16th and E 14th was completed ahead of schedule and Thompson St is now open to all through traffic.
North Wasco County Schools will be on a 2 hour delay for Wednesday, January 6th, 2016. Please note: There will be no breakfast in the classroom at the elementary level.
Meals will still be delivered
As of 2:40 PM The Dalles Middle School - Wrestling and Girls Basketball practice - CANCELED The Dalles High School - Boys and Girls Basketball games against Glencoe - CANCELED North Wasco County Schools will be on a 1 hour delay for Tuesday, January 5th, 2016. There will be no breakfast in the classroom at the elementary level.
CGCC closed, TD and HR campuses. North Wasco County School District 21 - Will open two hours late Jan. 4, normal bus schedule EXCEPT no bus service, Seven Mile hill. No breakfast in the classroom, elementary level. Severe weather conditions and extreme driving hazards reported Interstate 84, milepost 64 east to 104 (Arlington area), as of 6:51 p.m. check www.tripcheck.com if traveling.
Wasco County joins homicide investigation
Weather advisory US 97 both directions Weather advisory, Traction Tires are Advised and No Oversized Loads on US 97 both directions from milepost 3.0 to milepost 16 beginning at 9:43 am on December 20, 2015 until further notice.
Friday, December 18 Centerville School District is closed due to a power outage. Centerville School District will open two hours late: The early release time is extended to 12:45 Dufur School District will open one hour late. Horizon Christian in Hood River is closed. Wasco County School District 21 will operate on a normal schedule, but with NO BUS SERVICE to Seven Mile Hill. Wishram School District will open two hours late. Lyle School District will open two hours late. Buses on snow routes. District will re-evaluate road conditions by 8 a.m. Goldendale School District will open two hours late. Hood River County School District will open two hours late. White Salmon School District is closed. Glenwood Sch. Dist.: Buses on snow routes, no out-of-district transportation Traction tires required on U S 97 Satus Pass, north of Goldendale, Washington, both directions from milepost 32.0 near Chain Up, to milepost 23, chains are required on vehicles over 10,000 Gross Vehicle Weight, beginning at 4:06 am on December 17, 2015 until further notice.
A Maupin man was stabbed during an altercation with three females along Highway 197 Thursday afternoon around 3 p.m. DETAILS IN FRIDAY'S CHRONICLE
Due to inclement weather, delivery of The Dalles Chronicle's Thursday edition will be delayed in some areas.
After five days of testimony and 90 minutes of deliberation at Wasco County Circuit Court, a jury today found School District 21 did not promise permanent jobs to six teachers who retired and then continued working for the school district for a few years Wednesday afternoon. The teachers sought over $5 million in damages for lost wages and lowered retirement benefits. DETAILS IN THURSDAY'S CHRONICLE
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