Four The Dalles police officers arrested two teens late Monday morning believed responsible for a large spree of tagging throughout town, some of it done during daylight hours.
A Red Carpet rundown
Service offers a calming experience
Amount down from last year’s record receipts
Summer opening is planned
Ed Goodman leaves force after 35 years
Darren Lacock helped with Project ELFF Thursday night in Dallesport, where he’s a volunteer firefighter, and a few hours later, found himself holding a burglar at gunpoint at the regional airport.
Plan would nearly double agency budget
Phil Lewis brings experience from metro parks
Firefighters say metal can is best option
In a busy meeting Wednesday night, the parks board first received a petition with 89 signatures seeking the reinstatement of Scott Green as director, then was told a recall effort would begin against the three members who voted for his ouster.
In the just-concluded fall sports season at The Dalles High School, 22 student athletes received concussions, officials say, well below the 35 that occurred last year.
Emergency responders receive special training
Local woman has lived in Karlsruhe 11 years
County support levels not firmed up
Brewer adds nine years of experience to local office
A 10-minute fireworks display will take place at 6 p.m. on Veterans Day, in an effort by the Fort Dalles Fourth of July Committee to raise awareness of veterans and their needs.
Fay Kiser has spread the word on project
Many hands aided in project
Local businesses seem to be the focus
Geza Liskay’s accomplishments are as impressive as they are unknown
Worked 34 years for ambulance
The Northern Wasco County Parks & Recreation District board voted to terminate the contract of its longtime executive director, Scott Green. Nikki Lesich, Catherine Whalen and Travis Dray voted in favor of terminating the contract, while Dean Dollarhide and Marcus Denney voted against it. Green said the close vote to terminate him after nine years on the job “raised a lot of eyebrows” in the parks district.
Local Realtor Dennis Morgan started circulating a petition Wednesday to get Scott Green’s job back as head of Northern Wasco County Parks & Recreation District.
Residents must leave by the end of November
Projected cost for renovations is $450,000
Final grant completes long project
Commission historically short-staffed, report says
A recent study of the Gorge Commission found the regional body is at deep odds over a number of significant points, but it is also, interestingly, the most collegial commission in memory.
Vaccinations are a more pressing need
Rip City flag will be raised at waterfront park
Zion Lutheran paints for ‘day of service’
A wanted man crashed through multiple yards and fences Thursday night eluding police, who found him more than three hours later and arrested him on multiple charges – including the original warrant.
Details to be worked out with Wasco County
While a fiction writer obviously has a lot of license to make things up, there’s still tons of research that goes into it, said author Ron Lovell, who will be at the Oct. 18 Northwest Authors Festival at Klindt’s Booksellers.
Sharon Duerst got idea for first novel ‘Mending Stone’ from a compelling dream
Officials hope to sign documents soon
King required settlers in Va. to grow crop
Measure 91 would regulate and tax manufacture and distribution of marijuana in Oregon, for use by people age 21 and over. People over 21 could legally have four homegrown marijuana plants and eight ounces of usable marijuana at a given time, 16 ounces in solid form at a given time, and 72 ounces in liquid form for noncommercial purposes. They cannot have more than one ounce of usable marijuana in a public place. Possessing more than these amounts carries criminal penalties ranging from a felony to a violation, depending on the amount. Taxes raised will go to schools, drug treatment and police. It preserves current landlord-tenant rights and retains workplace drug-free laws. Two views on the measure: Pot should stay illegal" and "Prohibition should end."
The money raised by The Dalles High School students will help The Pink Project, a local charity, bring comfort to women diagnosed with cancer. Doreen Koch of The Dalles, a breast cancer survivor and founder of Project Pink, said her group averages one new comfort bag a week, and has given out 200 in the last three years.
Numbers easily exceed projections
The art classrooms at The Dalles High School are filled with 25 or so decorated bras, and other students are busily painting pink signs — all in an effort to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Casual meal offers informal fellowship
Shelter officials intend to replace aging building
Scammer had PUD number in cell’s caller ID
Parent upset resident took photo of son
Sarah Brady is learning about culture, and herself, in two-year adventure
Former engineer new pastor at Life in Christ
High number of bids expected
Woman asked for money by game player