The Dalles care center is only veteran’s home to win national gold
It’s 4 a.m., and you’re tucked in bed “sawing logs,” but SDS Lumber Co. is up and at ‘em, sawing logs for real, clearing a patch of timber burned in last year’s Government Camp Fire Complex.
Car firm expands charging web
The big deal: Where are you going to find podium-pounding politicians, kids and animals, business people hawking their wares and the best products of local creativity the county has to offer? At the Wasco County Fair, of course.
The Dalles native Kathy Ursprung joined the Port of The Dalles beginning Aug. 11 as the new marketing and communications specialist.
Matthew B. Klebes has been hired as the first executive director of The Dalles Main Street and will begin his contract Aug. 18, according to a press release from the organization.
Records and care providers are focus of pact
In the absence of carriers for certain rural Wasco County newspaper delivery routes, The Chronicle will be delivering some subscribers’ newspapers by mail for a period of time.
Maintenance is cheaper than repair, says owner
A good wine needs time to mature and so does a good city.
Training can help with tourism and customer retention, says chamber head
The Chocolate Lab has reopened its store at 214 Washington St. after a temporary closure for remodeling and to get a second store up and running in Hood River.
Button up that overcoat: It may only be July, but this is a good time to consider what can be done for a business or a home to keep the winter cold (and the summer heat, for that matter) at bay and power bills at a minimum.
The Dalles will be part of a national backpack giveaway campaign.
The Dalles Chronicle captured seven news awards at the Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association annual conference in Salem Friday, including a first place in best sports story for “Honoring ‘the best of them all’,” about the late Al Morrison’s role in the sports community by Ray Rodriguez.