Auction Sales Co. hosts first online sale
Wines are made entirely from organic gorge grapes
PORTLAND — Three Dufur sisters have teamed up to form Jurevicious Studios Inc., a full-service marketing firm that specializes in multimedia campaigns and serves clients across the globe.
A debit for sure: Ben Neumayer of Friend and Reagan PC wrapped up his 40th income tax season April 15 and decided that would also be a good time to wrap up his accounting career. Neumayer officially announced his retirement to the Friend and Reagan staff last night.
Mayor joins inaugural voyage of sternwheeler
volunteers took brooms in hand Wednesday at the downtown clean-up day organized by The Dalles Main Street. A second clean-up is planned Saturday, April 19. To volunteer, contact Main Street’s Matthew Klebes at 541-370-2966.
Portland —The Bonneville Power Administration presented Mosier resident Fred Walasavage with one of its highest honors as part of the Administrator’s Excellence Awards program.
Store offers serious survival gear and zombie collectibles
Seeking customers on two wheels: More than a dozen businesses may be on their way to becoming certified bike-friendly businesses through Cycle Oregon.
State aims for jobs, income and prosperity
A helping hand: ELF Cleaning Service and Property Management has teamed up with Cleaning for a Reason, an international nonprofit foundation to help women battling cancer.
Folks who want to get in shape with a consistent and effective exercise routine, but aren’t quite prepared for the full one-on-one attention of a personal trainer may want to try personal training in a group setting at The Dalles Fitness and Court Club.
The Oregon Business Plan roundtable discussion is set for Wednesday, April 2, at 1:30 p.m. at the Columbia Gorge Community College lecture Hall.
A large explosion rocked a natural gas processing plant on the Washington-Oregon border Monday, injuring five workers, causing about 400 people to evacuate from nearby farms and homes, and emitting a mushroom cloud of black smoke that was visible for more than a mile.
CLATSKANIE (AP) — Oregon has proposed a $117,000 fine for an oil train terminal near Clatskanie for shipping more crude than permitted.
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