Gorge staffer will help coordinate effort Dr. Edward Ray, president of Oregon State University, visited The Dalles and Hood River Thursday to talk about developing partnerships that will create more educational opportunities in rural areas of the state. Toward that end, the university’s Division of Outreach and Engagement is recruiting for a full-time employee who will work out of Columbia Gorge Community College. The Oregon Open Campus Education Coordinator will be charged with strengthening the bonds between business, industries, government and educational institutions in the region.
CORVALLIS — Administrators of the Venture Accelerator at Oregon State University have chosen the first 12 research concepts or spinoff companies to participate in the program, which is designed to spur the creation of new companies from university-based research, according to a university announcement.
‘Selectives’ added to the lineup Administrators at The Dalles Wahtonka High School are already preparing for the coming school year, including rolling out a brand new schedule that will increase instruction time.
LOS ANGELES — Seven-year-old Hannah Thome munched on a chocolate cookie after getting home from cheerleading camp last week and mulled the question, brow furrowing over her wide blue eyes. Did she want to be older?
This fall, Oregon school districts will reap local harvests in a big way, thanks to new funding from the Oregon Legislature. In the session concluded July 8, the Legislature awarded nearly $1.2 million for Farm to School and School Garden programs for the 2013-15 biennium.
The Wasco County Fair is only three weeks away! For nearly all my life, the county fair has been a highlight of the summer. As a young child, the county fair was equated with my annual treat of cotton candy. As a 4-H member, fair meant a chance to exhibit my projects (hoping they were good enough to earn a purple ribbon — a rarity back then) and hang with friends.
Toda: Exciting time for CGCC Columbia Gorge Community College has completed its seven-year journey to achieve independent accreditation. The Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities announced Wednesday that the gorge college had earned more flexibility to develop instructional programs and provide services to students.
How do we explore the depths of the ocean “where no man has gone before?” What type of technology can help us clean up polluted waterways? How can we safely collect data from the deep, dark sea? The answer is remotely operated vehicles or ROV’s.
School administrators will receive the same salary percentage increase next year as the teachers they supervise. The North Wasco County School District 21 board approved a 1 percent cost of living adjustment for non-represented employees during their July 9 meeting.
Dufur girl, 12, hospitalized
A 12-year-old Dufur girl is at Doernbecher’s Childrens Hospital in Portland after suffering a brain aneurysm.
Several months ago, most residents of The Dalles were sleeping while 120-foot-long trucks rumbled through city streets.
In seven months, Oregon National Guard soldiers will be training in the same building where college students are studying for careers in renewable energy.
SALEM – The Oregon House of Representatives voted today to provide relief for seniors who were disqualified from the Senior and Disabled Property Tax Deferral Program in 2011. The legislation, HB 2510-B, allows people who were kicked out of the program under new, more stringent requirements to
Columbia Gorge Community College is hiring three employees to help more students reach their career goal by earning an associate’s degree or higher.
Labor contract also eliminates furlough days North Wasco County School District’s board of directors approved two labor contracts and an annual budget June 11, and were able to rescue a handful of positions previously targeted for elimination, and restore operations to a full school year without furloughs.
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