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Sisters find room to grow

Downtown location, bigger space key to sisters’ move

Hotels offer internet free, tighten policies

NEW YORK — Big changes are coming in 2015 for hotel guests, one will save travelers lots of money and another may cause a few headaches.

Gorge Owned kicks ‘Green Drinks’ 2015

Gorge Owned will hold a “Green Drinks” networking event at Volcanic Bottle Shoppe, 1410 12th St, Hood River, on Thursday, Jan. 15 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. for the first Green Drinks networking event of 2015. The event features local beer from Logsdon Farmhouse Ales, a Belgian-inspired brewery located on Dave Logsdon’s 10-acre farm, and food from Marley’s Corner.

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Signs of the times

Optimist Printers diversifies with signs

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Happy days for holiday sales locally

People are shopping locally, supporting TD businesses

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Permit sales build community

Community, not profit, makes tree permits a valuable commodity

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Cruz Auto Shop povides bilingual expertice

Victor Cruz talks cars in both English and Spanish

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Police step up parking patrols

The Dalles Police Department will be actively enforcing the downtown parking ordinance during the holiday season with an officer on foot patrol along designated areas of First through Fifth streets. “Most of the year, enforcement of this ordinance is complaint-driven but during the holiday season we actively enforce,” said Chief Jay Waterbury.

Shopping contest begins

Receipts bring entry into five Dec. drawings

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Port launches new Facebook page

Made in Wasco County highlights a variety of local businesses

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Think Pink receives donation

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Griffith Motors owner David Griffith made a donation of $50 for every vehicle sold in the month of October.

Rural economies still struggling

Some rural areas yet to recover from economic downturn

Home construction fell last month

WASHINGTON — Construction of new homes fell slightly in October after a big surge in the previous month, but the weakness was largely driven by the volatile apartment sector.

Oregon adds 9,900 jobs in October

SALEM — Oregon employers went on a hiring spree this fall, adding nearly 10,000 jobs in October and producing the largest one-month gain in nearly two decades, the state Employment Department said Tuesday.

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Cherry Growers win PBJ honor

Oregon Cherry Growers recently got the “royal” treatment for its innovation in dried fruits.


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