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Boost city project rank

Dave Anderson, director of The Dalles Public Works Department, believes community members can help boost the city’s chances of obtaining a state grant to replace an aging water line.

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Bike Parking Downtown

Pad will provide a base for a new bike rack

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Local rally stop

Tonkin Subaru is a local sponsor for the 2016 Oregon Trail Rally that will come to The Dalles on Saturday and Dufur Sunday.

Two arrested in drug bust

The subject of an active felony warrant and his female companion were arrested at a Biggs motel this week for heroin and methamphetamine possession.

Help chart plan for TD roadways

The second and final workshop to provide community members with an avenue to guide improvements of The Dalles’ transportation plan for roadways, as well as bicycle, pedestrian and transit facilities, will be Tuesday, April 26.

Nichols wrongly accuses county

The Wasco County Commissioner race got a little heated Wednesday morning.

For the Record, April 21, 2016

Fire, police, lottery reports

County candidates talk issues, solutions

Following is part two of a series of questions asked Steve Kramer and Rodger Nichols, candidates for Position 2 on the Wasco County Commission, during last week’s meeting of the Chronicle editorial board. Their answers to the first four of seven questions were published yesterday and all replies have been edited for length:

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Spring Branding

Mike Filbin, standing, keeps watch at the gate to a pen where calves await their turn in the arena for branding, tagging and inoculations while J.L. Schaffner prepares to rope the front legs of the next calf in line for services in order to render it immobile.

County candidates face off on key issues

The Dalles Chronicle reporters Derek Wiley and Neita Cecil recorded the answers of county commission candidates Steve Kramer and Rodger Nichols to seven questions asked during last week’s editorial board meeting.

For the Record, April 19, 2016

Fire, police, lottery reports

For the Record, April 15, 2016

Fire, police, lottery reports

What's Happening for April 15

Announce your public, nonprofit activities here: E-mail to tdchron@ or drop off your information at the Chronicle, 315 Federal St., The Dalles.

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We apologize

We apologize In yesterday’s article “Sheriff: Impaired boaters going nowhere,” a file photo of Keef Morgan cruising the Columbia River was used, which Morgan rightly pointed out gave the misimpression that he was the “poster child” for impaired boating. The Chronicle apologizes to Mr. Morgan for our error.

Sheriff: Impaired boaters going nowhere

The start of the outdoor recreation season brings more boats to area waterways and the Wasco County Sheriff’s Office is on the lookout for people operating vessels under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol.


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