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.
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.
Tonya Schroeder, an advertising representative at The Dalles Chronicle since 2011, has been promoted to advertising manager by Chronicle publisher Marilyn Roth.
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.”
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Oregon's annual Main Street Conference will be held in The Dalles Oct. 7-9, and will feature a gathering of presenters from around the nation. About 200 regional participants are expected to participate in the three-day convention, with presentations held in the Civic Auditorium, 323 East Fourth, and the I.O.O.F. Building of the International Order Odd Fellows, 421 1/2 E. Second St., downtown. Socials will be held at The Dalles Art Center, 220 E 4th St., and Sunshine Mill Winery, 901 E. Second St.
There are some very large fish being unloaded this week at Gilmore Fish Smokehouse, located at 167 Highway 197, near Dallesport.
AARON LEE of Defiance Brewery checks out a brewing system before unloading. The stainless steel components will be checked over, assembled and tested before being put into production at the new business, located in the historic Stadelman Ice House, 208 Laughlin Street, downtown The Dalles. It will be a couple of weeks before brewing begins, Lee said.
John M. Donovan, DC, is closing his chiropractic practice at 405 E. Second Street after 26 years in that location.
Commission follows city lead
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