Panel to focus on economics

City, county, state officials will talk of enterprise zones

Google gives size of center

Port closes sale of 24-acre property for facility

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Snowman brings a flurry of fun

‘Olaf’ kicks off annual Shop Local contest

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Kiosks planned for downtown TD

Main Street TD wants historical maps downtown

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Shop Small wins big

Matthew Klebes, director of The Dalles Main Street, is promoting a new campaign that allows community members to show support for small businesses downtown. “Shop Small Saturday” takes place Nov. 28 and Klebes believes it will create an interactive opportunity for customers.

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Rufus looks to boost its regional presence

Businesses join chamber en mass

Business doffs camo caps to help veterans for vets

TD Oil Can Henry’s joins company fund drive for vets

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Halloween brings boom times to shop

Costumes to Suit your Fancy

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Balch under new management

Historic Dufur hotel open seven days a week

Leash hands in Granada keys

Email sent to city officials about maintenance needs

Main Street awarded

The Dalles Main Street Program's "Why Shop Downtown The Dalles" video project received an Excellence in Downtown Revitalization Award for the "Best Marketing Project" from the Oregon Main Street Oct. 7 during a state conference in The Dalles.

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Bakery features Mexican, American recipes

The recent opening of La Ideal Bakery, 315 W. Third St. in The Dalles, was something of a family affair. Jose Flores partnered with his nephew Thomas Baltazar and his daughter Anna Flores, 23, manages the store on the weekends. Flores has no bakery experience, so his nephew and daughter provide the kitchen expertise – they worked together at a bakery in Beaverton.

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Sprucing up the downtown corridor

Five employees from Payne West Insurance, 312 Federal Street, The Dalles, were among the volunteers repainting street light bases downtown with a fresh coat of black paint.

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Schroeder named TDC advertising manager

Tonya Schroeder, an advertising representative at The Dalles Chronicle since 2011, has been promoted to advertising manager by Chronicle publisher Marilyn Roth.

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They aren’t ‘tobacco pipes’ any more

When Oregon legalized recreational sale of marijuana last Thursday, Oct. 1, a hand written, purple sign appeared in the Third and Federal window of MsFitz downtown The Dalles: “Pipes 10% off.”