In conjunction with Pres. Barack Obama’s administration, Wells Fargo announced it will join with other mortgage servicers in an initiative to help active-duty military mortgage customers.
Sixth and counting: Mark Thomas has moved his shop, Yesterday & Today Music, to a new location. His shop will be located at 414 E. Second St., right next to Bill’s Barber Shop.
PORTLAND (AP) — Prominent Portland businessman Robert Keys pleaded guilty Tuesday to fraud and money laundering.
Project planned southeast of The Dalles near the Deschutes River
East Second Street office is more integrated with downtown
Leading the tow: Rivers Edge Towing has ranked on the Towman 500, “Most Experienced Towmen in America.” Compiled by American Towman Magazine, a towing industry trade publication, the Towman 500 is based on the oldest established towing businesses in America. Rivers Edge was established in 1983. Members of the Towman 500 gathered at AT Expo in Baltimore, Md., last November and AT ShowPlace in Las Vegas this May and received a commemorative belt buckle.
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