Wasco County Sheriff Lane Magill and other local, state and federal emergency response managers are asking residents to prepare ahead for freezing rain and flooding in the days ahead that could bring power outages. “Community resiliency is what we are after here,” said Magill. “We don’t want people to be panicked, we want them to be prepared.”
The just-concluded first fundraising drive by the group hoping to build the Gorge Youth Center was “an almost unheard of” success, said group founder Joe Martin.
Live. Work. Connect. With those three small words, Opportunity Connections —- a nonprofit organization that assists people with disabilities in The Dalles, Hood River and elsewhere in the Columbia River Gorge — accurately describes its approach to helping people.
Remembering the largest, bloodiest conflict of WWII
The 72nd anniversary of the Battle of the Bulge, the largest and bloodiest conflict in World War II in terms of U.S. casualties, was Dec. 16, and a local Army veteran recently took time to reflect on that historic time.
Saturday's Holiday Breakfast at the Mid-Columbia Senior Center and Saturday Night Bingo have been cancelled.
The new band “Got Your Six” is throwing a Christmas party Dec. 22 at the Oregon Veterans’ Home that will include a buffet and holiday music, all at no charge.
With the successful 2015 winter coat drive already under its belt, Columbia Bank set out this year to repeat the effort.
The city of The Dalles invites the community to attend a “Meet and Greet” event on Wednesday, Dec. 7, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the city council chambers at The Dalles City Hall.
The annual Santa in the Downtown event takes place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 10, and again on Saturday, Dec. 17, at the former Griffith Motors building, 523 E. Third Street (across from Sawyer’s True Value).
Nonprofit events calendar from Nov. 1.
Sharla Mosqueda, executive director at Flagstone Senior Living, has received an Executive Director of the Year award for her performance and dedication to local seniors and their families.
In mid-October, a miscommunication led two local parents to believe their little girl was missing, when she was actually safely being taken to her babysitter on the local LINK bus.
About 30 people in the Gorge Food Security Coalition met Tuesday at FISH Food Bank in Hood River to sign onto a collaborative effort that has been months in the making.
Holiday Happenings from Nov. 17.
Columbia Gorge Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) has introduced their newest child advocates: Tonya Flory, Karen Lamp, Owen Lamp and Maresa Roberts, all of The Dalles; Krista Shilvock of White Salmon and Guy Tauscher of Hood River.