Maryhill concert with Tears For Fears postponed The Saturday, June 18 show at Maryhill Winery with pop band Tears For Fears has been postponed. A statement on Maryhill’s website says management is “actively working with the band to reschedule the show. Fans who purchased tickets to the June 18 show are instructed to retain their tickets, as they will be valid for the rescheduled performance. Should a refund be needed once the new date is announced, please return to your point of purchase. Information on the rescheduled show date will be announced as soon as possible.” A statement on the Tears For Fears website said the band “regrettably announces they have to postpone their summer run of dates in the US due to family illness.”
With the roughly 280,000 gallons of oil remaining in the 16 derailed train cars in Mosier finally offloaded Wednesday morning, and stored in The Dalles, work began right away on removing the cars themselves. The derailed cars, which were decontaminated first, will be taken to Portland and scrapped, said Greg Svelund, a spokesperson for the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality.
Information as per Mosier Community School's website and the public health department: No School for students the week of June 6th due to the recent events which happened in Mosier. 8th grade promotion will be rescheduled and Oaks Park for Mosier Middle School students has been cancelled. An end of the year celebration will be held - date to be announced. This will be a time for closure and when parent/students will be able to pick up report cards and items left at the school last week.
Response center established in Mosier The North Central Public Health District reports the following: Per DEQ air monitors, air quality remains good. A client center for Mosier residents impacted by the train derailment has been opened in Mosier (located behind the Mosier Middle School Gymnasium or 3rd Ave.). Union Pacific will provide lodging for residents and provide reimbursement for hotels utilized Friday night by displaced residents. A Union Pacific call center has also been set-up at 877-877-2567. Press option #6 to speak to a representative.
The American Red Cross shelter opened in The Dalles due to the oil train derailment and subsequent evacuations will remain open today, Saturday, and through the night to assist affected residents. The shelter is located at Dry Hollow Elementary School, 1314 E. 19th St., The Dalles.
UPDATED WITH PHOTOS Mike Heiser, a resident of Mosier, had purchased some plants Friday and was just getting ready to put them in the ground around noon when he heard a big crash, the “whoof” of an explosion.
Train derailment on I-84 near Mosier
Train derailment on I-84 near Mosier
Investigators have found the remains of Mark Kevin Johnson, Jr., who was wanted for questioning in a Warm Springs Reservation murder case, in a vehicle that went over a cliff.
Results so far, updated 10:40 p.m.: Wasco County Commissioner, Position 2: Rodger Nichols, 45.50 percent, with 2,434 votes. Incumbent Steve Kramer, 54.1 percent, with 2,894 Votes. Final update in a.m.
Testing shows Columbia River water safe
An operational failure at The Dalles wastewater treatment plant, combined with a rain event, resulted in discharge of treated but non-disinfected wastewater Wednesday evening through early Thursday morning.
A man attempted to rob a bank less than 300 feet from The Dalles Police Department Monday afternoon.
Before breaking ground on its new data center Thursday afternoon, Google announced the purchase of a 73.58-acre parcel from Northwest Aluminum.
A second arrest in the fire that destroyed the spiral slide at Tree Top Play Park was made today when a 15-year-old male was arrested at The Dalles High School at around 1:30 p.m., city police confirmed.
Eighteen year old arrested for crime at local park
Aaron Ray Haberman, of 210 W. 10th St., jailed on charges of second-degree arson, first-degree criminal mischief and reckless burning,
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