Mark Gibson

News Editor

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Mark Gibson is News Editor, with RaeLynn Ricarte. He is also staff photographer and manages the website, www.thedalleschronicle.com.

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Vintage Memories

Fashion show brings new life to the past

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Pikeminnow fishery opens

The northern pikeminnow bounty fishery got underway in a big way this year, with 7,523 fish caught in The Dalles area during the first full week of fishing, according to data provided by the Bonneville Power Administration. In the John Day Dam area, 823 fish were caught in the same time period.

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‘Parklets’ serve as patios

Two new “parklets,” small outdoor seating areas placed in the street, each sized to replace a single parking space, will be added downtown The Dalles this summer.

Marina water system work approved

The Port Commission of The Dalles unanimously authorized construction of a new water delivery system for The Dalles Marina at a cost of $40,646 and a personal services contract with water master and engineer David Griffin to oversee the installation for an amount not to exceed $2,000. The installation contract will be awarded to Summit Excavation. Griffin is the sole proprietor of Rockranch Enterprises of Goldendale.

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Looking Back on May 8

Looking Back on May 8, from the archives of The Dalles Chronicle

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New slide ready for action

A plastic slide at Tree Top Play Park in The Dalles that was destroyed by arson Feb. 21 has been replaced and is now open for use.

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Denny’s remodel has local flavor

Denny’s in The Dalles celebrated its recent remodel by serving up an all-day Grand Celebration last Wednesday, April 20, giving diners a first look at its all-new, locally-inspired design and updated features. “We feel very positive about the changes,” said District Manager Peter Keller during the celebration.

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50 years of ‘Burgers made with love’

Big Jim's has been selling “Hamburgers made with Love” in The Dalles for 50 years, and current owners Rex and Beth Tegen are ready to celebrate. “It all started in 1950, when Sam Yoder opened a drive-in named 'Dutch Treat,' which lasted until 1956, when Tom Foley purchased the drive-in and renamed it 'Irish Treat,'” reads a history of the restaurant printed on their current menu. “Foley ran the drive-in until 1962, when the location closed with the construction of Interstate 84.”

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Economic issues focus of capitol trip

Bob McFadden represents local concerns to DC

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Assessor talks taxes

When Jill Amery, Wasco County assessor and tax collector, finished her presentation at The Dalles Rotary Club meeting Wednesday and asked for questions, local Realtor Dennis Morgan was the first to chime in.

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