Vigil held by all state community colleges Wednesday in a show of solidarity
Five employees from Payne West Insurance, 312 Federal Street, The Dalles, were among the volunteers repainting street light bases downtown with a fresh coat of black paint.
When Oregon legalized recreational sale of marijuana last Thursday, Oct. 1, a hand written, purple sign appeared in the Third and Federal window of MsFitz downtown The Dalles: “Pipes 10% off.”
Project will help mitigate flood impact, provide habitat for fish
Oregon's annual Main Street Conference will be held in The Dalles Oct. 7-9, and will feature a gathering of presenters from around the nation. About 200 regional participants are expected to participate in the three-day convention, with presentations held in the Civic Auditorium, 323 East Fourth, and the I.O.O.F. Building of the International Order Odd Fellows, 421 1/2 E. Second St., downtown. Socials will be held at The Dalles Art Center, 220 E 4th St., and Sunshine Mill Winery, 901 E. Second St.
There are some very large fish being unloaded this week at Gilmore Fish Smokehouse, located at 167 Highway 197, near Dallesport.
News plans in place for TD, HR campuses
John M. Donovan, DC, is closing his chiropractic practice at 405 E. Second Street after 26 years in that location.
Dallesport will be site of new shooting area
New industrial park dedicated
New Booster Club will raise funds for uniforms, team needs
Crash damages car sales office
New facility privately funded
CGCC budget to stay the same
When American aviator Wiley Post arrived in Detroit, Mich., on Aug. 6, 1933, within a month of being the first to fly solo around the world in his Lockheed Vega aircraft, the Winnie Mae, one of those gathered to greet the famed pilot was amateur Detroit pilot Nelson H. Clark.
After 30 years serving as a hub for musicians throughout the gorge, Columbia River Music, downtown The Dalles, will fall silent July 25 as store owners Greg and Shirley Weast and salesman Dan Ross retire from the world of retail instrument sales.
Company will set up in The Mint building
Organizations pool resources in Wasco County
New repair show ‘does it all’ in TD
Popular Paint Nite events are selling out
Varsity trio compete at state meet
Family-friendly program in the works at club
Agribusiness isn’t the only industry being impacted by early spring weather and drought.
Rainbow hues highlight weekend fun
The Dalles City Council is considering the addition of a new full-time “project coordinator” position under the auspices of economic development.
Sign ordinance will be updated
Food cart caters to downtown
Faculty at Columbia Gorge Community college voted April 25 to submit a letter to the CGCC Board of Education censuring college President Frank Toda and calling for his resignation.
Cost per credit rises by $2, general fees by $3
When it comes to natural health products, Amanada Ramey doesn’t need to tell you she has a passion for them, it’s evident in every word she says. “I’ve seen the difference it makes in my families health,” she explains. “I want food like my grandparents ate.”
An injury accident was reported at Mount Hood and 9th streets Saturday, March 28, 2015. A vehicle appeared to have been stuck in reverse.
According to OSP Lieutenant Pat Shortt, at approximately 8:25 a.m. Monday, March 16, Wasco County Sheriff's Deputies arrived at 1100 Mt. Hood St., in The Dalles, to serve civil papers on the resident living there. As deputies knocked on the door gunshots were heard from within and deputies fell back and requested additional police to respond. Officers arriving at the scene created a perimeter and attempted negotiations with the occupant. Shortly thereafter, smoke began to come from inside the residence.
Ministry is the ‘feet and hands’ of Jesus Christ
Chris Mumford, owner of Hearthwarmers Firewood in The Dalles, has sold his operation to Andew Mason, owner of Andrew Mason Tree Service, LLC of Lebanon.
Some geologists have calculated a 10 to 14 percent probability that the Cascadia Subduction Zone off the Oregon and Washington coast will produce an earthquake event of magnitude 9 or higher in the next 50 years. Others suggest that this risk could be as high as 37% for earthquakes of magnitude 8 or higher. Such a quake could generate a 50-foot tsunami.
Officials grapple with projected $2.4M deficit
Westwind Frame and Gallery, 412 E 2nd St, The Dalles, now offers the full range of pricing and services of both Westwind and Crown Prints under one roof, according to owner Marty Hiser.
Mayor attends century celebration
It’s mid-day on a Saturday in February, and artist Yvonne Pepin-Wakefield is pulling on a pair of heavy work gloves. “I melted my first ones,” she says as she heads out the back door of her working studio at Lone Pine dressed in jeans and a work shirt and takes a short trail down an embankment. She is headed for “the pit,” a large hole about 3 ½ feet deep currently capped by large sheets of corrugated sheet metal. Portions of the covering metal are blackened by heat and smoke.
Traditional woodworking, computer based design merge at Haskins Wood 'n' Designs
Local author, a former biologist, will be signing first book Saturday at Klindt’s
Mike and Elaine Walch, husband and wife co-owners of Mike’s Bakitchen LLC, 216 Court St., have sold their bakery and will retire Feb. 25. Mike Walch has been baking goods in The Dalles and the Columbia River Gorge for 25 years. As owners of Mike’s Donuts and More LLC.
CGCC program helps students save money on textbook expenses
Eliminate smell, not jobs, testify many
A wagon outlined in lights, antique farm implements as table centerpieces and cowboy buffet style catering set the scene for The Dalles Area Chamber of Commerce's 2015 Distinguished Citizens awards banquet honoring the "True Pioneers of our Time.”
Downtown location, bigger space key to sisters’ move
Optimist Printers diversifies with signs
People are shopping locally, supporting TD businesses
Officials grapple with $1.6M budget shortfall
Community, not profit, makes tree permits a valuable commodity