Police, fire, medical and lottery reports from May 12, 2015.
Mama Jane’s Pancake House lead cook Minvera Cornejo, left, and owner Kristy Long participated in the Muscular Dystrophy Association Lock-Up Friday. Local business owners and community leaders were “locked up” at Spooky’s Pizza and called family, friends and co-workers to make donations towards their “bail.” In its first year in The Dalles, the fundraiser collected $10,000.
Cherry Fruit Fly models developed by Oregon State University indicate that the cherry fruit fly emerged in The Dalles on Sunday, May 10.
Friends plan prom as fundraiser
Police, fire, medical and lottery reports from May 9, 2015.
A man upset over a test repeatedly pushed a teacher at Columbia Gorge Community College last week, and was finally pinned down by the teacher and other students until police arrived. Kelly B. Petteys, 50, of Parkdale was arrested Wednesday, April 29, on charges of harassment, second-degree disorderly conduct, second-degree criminal trespass, fourth-degree assault and resisting arrest, said The Dalles police Chief Jay Waterbury.
The Dalles City Council is considering the addition of a new full-time “project coordinator” position under the auspices of economic development.
Rock Creek Reservoir has dropped by 6 to 8 feet
Both lanes of West Third Place from the intersection with Trevitt Street and east to Lincoln Street will be closed to traffic, including emergency vehicles, Monday through Thursday, May 11-14, for street surface work.
Petition to include town in reservation has long history
Margie Anderson served with pride, now wants to help others
The citizens of Hood River and Wasco counties have invested time and money over decades in building up Columbia Gorge Community College so that is now recognized as one of the most successful small community colleges in the state and nation.
Police, fire, medical and lottery reports from May 7, 2015.
Accepted to eight of the 11 elite college theater programs he auditioned for, The Dalles High School senior Jordan Palmer has settled on the prestigious Boston Conservatory. His freshman class will be the first to enter a new program at the conservatory called contemporary theater.
Vacant buildings will be put to use