Payments end, new programs implemented
Sunshine, sense of place drew Traub
Business bits from The Dalles Chronicle.
Public meetings calendar from Oct. 14, 2014
Who has the best job? ‘We do,’ says TD trio
Massage techniques can help reduce stress, improve healing
Cycle Oregon rolled into The Dalles on September 5th, bringing more than 2,000 bike riders and a support crew. This organization relies heavily on host community volunteers for the multi-day event to run smoothly.
fter almost a year of immersion in the ranching culture of Wasco County, Mark Gibson, photographer, and RaeLynn Ricarte, reporter, have teamed up to take on a new challenge.
EUGIYNIY CUTS a final stone to size as he finishes the day’s work remodeling the entry way at Columbia Basin Care Facility, which is undergoing extensive renovation, Wednesday evening Sept. 24. He and co-worker Vadim were facing an outside wall with stone, and are with GNM of Portland.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Rep. Greg Walden (R-Hood River) has been named a “Guardian of Small Business” by the National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB). Walden received this award for his outstanding voting record in the U.S. House on behalf of Oregon small businesses.
PORTLAND — A new study shows 95 percent of Oregonians now have health insurance coverage, largely thanks to the state’s expansion of Medicaid to many previously ineligible low-income adults.
Consignment shop draws from around the Northwest
The annual membership barbecue hosted by The Dalles Area Chamber of Commerce will have a new location Thursday, Sept. 25, due to the prediction of rainy weather.
Revamped thrift store will have more retail space and a more visible donation spot
The Columbia River Gorge Visitors Association will host a Tourism Summit Wednesday, Oct. 15, at the Columbia Gorge Discovery Center.