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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Bikes ride through pub

Poker Run raises money

A motorcycle rolls through the front entrance to Route 30 Bottles and Brew downtown The Dalles Saturday, one of a handful passing through the establishment on a painted highway before exiting into the parking area in the back.

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What happened to ‘Ray?’

“Ray,” a 1,300-pound male California sea lion, was a well-known fixture at The Dalles Marina, where he took up residence on a tenant’s dock in 2011. For years, he was a highly visible member of the river community, hauling himself out on a marina dock each day and feasting on salmon migrating through the river.

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Wagons Ho!

Dry Hollow Fourth graders explore the Oregon Trail

McFadden resigns from Port Commission

Bob McFadden, president of the Port of The Dalles Board of Commissioners, will finish his term as a commissioner at the end of June, he announced to the board Wednesday.

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Oil train derails, burns in Mosier UPDATED

Mike Heiser, a resident of Mosier, had purchased some plants Friday and was just getting ready to put them in the ground around noon when he heard a big crash and the “whoof” of an explosion. He saw smoke west of town, and heard another “whoof.” Heiser drove to where the Mosier exit overpass crosses the train tracks and saw that at least eight tanker cars had derailed about 100 yards from the overpass, and one was burning.

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Mosier train derailment spills oil, sparks fire

UPDATED WITH PHOTOS Mike Heiser, a resident of Mosier, had purchased some plants Friday and was just getting ready to put them in the ground around noon when he heard a big crash, the “whoof” of an explosion.

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Airport to host fire tankers, crews

Base will bring at least 15 workers to region for three months

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Wasco artist honored

Roger Marines, a sophomore at South Wasco High School, is the local winner of the 2016 Congressional Art Competition, U.S. Rep. Greg Walden, R-Ore., has announced. The Hood River County winner is Elizabeth Munoz, a senior at Hood River Valley High School.

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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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