Student makes catapult as a school project
Storm Douthit’s broken neck went undiagnosed for a month
Local food bank, student food program benefited
Memorial service will be held Wednesday, Oct. 7
Motorists challenged to use alternative methods to travel
Dave Karlson bikes 22 miles once a week
Festival raises funds for parish
Audit finds outdated systems
Finance chief expects funds to be deposited next week
At an August town hall meeting on the latest Google deal, Oregon Rep. John Huffman said he strongly disagreed with the fact that The Dalles and Wasco County directed how other agencies must spend the Google funds they received.
D21 seeks input on distribution
Workshop will help people restore, repair
Voters could be asked for funds to replace equipment
TD woman was long-time social justice activist
Two TD women seek village
Two women who were in jail at the same time for drug-related felonies also just got their children back at around the same time, thanks to a faith-based residential treatment program in The Dalles.
County questions political motivation of reduction
Terry Teeters has seen the critical role amateur radios play during an emergency. A few years ago, when he lived on the coast, 125 mph winds knocked out power, cell phones and landlines and blocked roads for about three weeks. Communities were reduced to isolated islands separated by swollen rivers. A federally licensed amateur radio user with a focus on emergency communications, Teeters got on his radio and did what he could. He helped relay critical messages from town to town, including helping people who needed dialysis and prescriptions.
Nichols says 42 years in the field has given him insight
Ecumenical service will ‘mix it up’
An expected December decision on whether or not Wasco County will leave the regional health district next July “doesn’t seem likely” now, the county commission chair said. That would push the decision back a year, to December 2016, since the agreement forming the three-county regional health district requires such decisions to be made at the end of a calendar year.
A man was arrested late Friday night, Sept. 4, and faces multiple charges after he allegedly fired multiple gunshots at his home in the 6800 block of Mill Creek Road.
This year’s 60th annual Kiwanis steak feed, on Thursday, Sept. 10, at 5 p.m. at Sorosis Park, has a special poignancy to it since it is in memory of the late Gary Honald, who was the backbone of the event for over 40 years.
Police incident reports up 50 percent in 2015
TD man arrested for menacing
Teens reach out to homeless
No criminal wrongdoing found
Bell tower a 30-year project
County counsel accuses DA of ethical violations in filing
Nisley denies actions were vengeful
Man on three-year fundraiser
MCMC seeks caring helpers
Results could take a month
Three cases were diagnosed in 2015 by MCMC doctors
Young mom contracts a ‘flesh eating’ tissue illness
Jenkins hopes to draw youth
Judge dismisses citizen lawsuit
Council votes against ban on retail trade
City pays deficit then urges new business model
Longest serving pumper in U.S. has finally been taken out of service
Blackwell family of Petersburg returned from dinner to find house in flames
Peña helps women get insurance
Agency took in 500 lbs. of drugs in 2014
A man from The Dalles was sentenced to 20 years in prison Monday for sexually abusing two teen males who were close family friends of his. The incidents were 12 years apart.
Judge rules hearing is option
Emmanuel Baptist showing "The Lego Movie"
Event starts at 5 p.m.
Multi-agency investigation finds no weapons
Police expect public use calls
Lack of substantial evidence cited