The family of Jaime “Jungle” Jim, 53, of Wishram, is seeking word of his whereabouts. Jim was last seen the evening of Oct. 30, said his sister, Emily Charpentier. He is 5 feet, 10 inches tall and weighs 175 pounds.
If they hadn’t before, they are now: Even if some of the Christmas light displays went up before Thanksgiving, we are now in the full-fledged Christmas season. A couple of local businesses have announced special activities in honor of the season:
Open house set Dec. 7
Larry Keller can’t complain about the growth his company, Keller’s Brew Supply, has seen since it started two years ago. It has grown enough to allow the business to move from a small space tucked away in the commercial building at 1800 W. 10th St. to the large main showroom.
Financial struggles may be worse at holidays
Many boathouses have four-season living area
Arts and entertainment calendar.
What's Happening from Nov. 26, 2013.
Judge will bring chocolate cake in celebration
Decorations and celebrations aren’t the only plans The Dalles Area Chamber of Commerce has for the holiday season. The local business organization is kicking off its Shop Local and Win campaign on Starlight Parade Friday, Nov. 29, to encourage people to shop in The Dalles for the holidays rather than making their purchases out of town.
Regional Goodwill employees applaud shoppers as they enter
Columbia Laser will offer expanded services in The Dalles
Laid off from drone industry, man struggled with English
Double merchandise stocked for grand opening
What's Happening from Nov. 19, 2103.
What's happening from Nov. 17, 2013.
Arts and entertainment events from Nov. 14, 2013.
Antiques shop is now open every day
Jeweler Adam Ungar has joined the staff of J.D. Smith Jewelers in The Dalles.
Wonderworks Children’s Museum will be taking a little longer than planned to repay the Port of The Dalles for purchase of their new building after a major grant they had hoped to secure didn’t come through.
After hearing an explanation of the basic issues relating to street and storm water improvements and how they affect residential development, The Dalles Planning Commission members decided a field trip is in order.
Brown advocates funding to support GED training
Arts and entertainment from Nov. 7, 2013.
New RARE worker aims to strengthen and enhance effort
Help military stay in the trim: Great Clips is offering a chance for community members to express their gratitude to veterans with the “Thank a Veteran” promotion.
New Entries HOLIDAY BAZAAR: Zion Lutheran Church hosts a Christmas bazaar Saturday Nov. 23, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday Nov. 24, from noon to 3 p.m. at 101 W. 10th St., in The Dalles.
The Dalles Planning Commission will take up issues related to public improvements — sidewalks, curbs, streets, sewer and water lines — related to residential development at a work session Thursday, Nov. 7, at 6 p.m. at City Hall council chambers.
Emily Morin wins all-state mention
What's Happening from Nov. 3, 2013.
U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden stopped at The Dalles Wahtonka High School Oct. 25 to hear what students had to say about the future of the nation; it was the 10th stop on his Listening to Oregon’s Future Tour.
What's Happening from Oct. 29, 2013.
What's Happening from Oct. 27, 2013.
Two west The Dalles schools were briefly placed on lockdown this morning after a disturbance allegedly involving an armed man.
Growlerman has moved business to The Dalles shop
First meeting is Thursday at French Quarter
Chenowith Elementary gets ‘tasting tables
Duane Francis, Mid-Columbia Medical Center chief executive officer, reacted to the judgment rendered in the almost four-week-long trial.
What's Happening from Oct. 20, 2013.
What's Happening from Oct. 18, 2013.
Wasco County residents talked about the need to maintain good roads throughout the county when asked to testify at a public hearing on how to fund road maintenance in the absence of federal payments to counties in lieu of timber receipts.
Knit while you sit: As a service to furloughed federal workers, Sarah at Knot Another Hat in Hood River and Paulette at the Whole Ball of Yarn in downtown The Dalles are offering free “Learn to Knit” classes to furloughed federal employees.
Port seeks quote on year-round water service option
Ricarte book has dedication to war leader
This small city’s leaders envision a brighter future with help from renewable energy
The Port of The Dalles Commission approved an 18.5 percent salary increase Oct. 9 for its executive director, Andrea Klaas, her first raise since 2007.
The Port of The Dalles is expected to publish its request for proposals on the Chenoweth Creek Subdiivision infrastructure project Monday, Oct. 14.
Guests at the Civic Auditorium’s piano gala Saturday evening, Oct 12, will be entertained by a performance that has become something of a rarity in modern days: a classical dual piano performance.
Owner offers grass-fed beef and free-range chicken dishes
Washington Federal will mail out welcome guides Oct. 29 to regional Bank of America customers affected by the change
Bend Heroes send Eastern Oregon World War II vets on Honors Flight
The Dalles Planning Commission recommended approval Thursday, Oct. 3, of new land use rules designed to end the practice of charging for public streets and sidewalks — sometimes as much as $150,000 — when residential land is divided into smaller lots, or requiring a commitment to pay in the future.