UPDATED 12:45 p.m. A 12 to 15 acre fire that threatened Pinewood Mobile Manor by the Discovery Center this morning is contained and no structures were lost, according to Mid-Columbia Fire & Rescue.
One of six honored
Event to be held annually
Lawsuit, audits behind cost
Public health to cut walk-in clinic hours by 80 percent
Blogger shares her travels
Wheelchair access available
Lighter, brighter gym coming to high school
Outdoor pool could open as early as Wednesday
Barber missed war by one day
Gifting 90 percent of proceeds
Clinic cuts could increase unintended births
A full day of activities is planned at the first ever Fam Fest this Saturday, June 13 at the Lewis and Clark Festival Park, with events from ziplines to a climbing wall to pedal go carts and dodgeball.
Dry Hollow School will be the final elementary to add all-day kindergarten in the upcoming school year, and the proposed school district budget has four new staff positions to implement the change.
Sansour in long ALS battle
Dee Hill, accidentally shot in the stomach May 16 by her husband, Darrell Hill, a retired sheriff and police chief who has dementia, is still hospitalized, but has improved to stable condition, a family spokesperson said.
Honald died May 30 in ATV wreck
Wasco County counsel Brad Timmons said the bar complaint he filed against Wasco County’s district attorney was his first in 25 years of law practice in Oregon, and a “difficult step” to take.
The chief allegations in a recent bar complaint against Wasco County District Attorney Eric Nisley center around an investigation he launched of a county employee.
A pending bar complaint against Wasco County District Attorney Eric Nisley takes issue with his handling of a public records request, alleging he had a conflict of interest in the matter.
Wasco County legal counsel has accused District Attorney Eric Nisley of eight ethics violations
Carlson reminisces on wartime service
The public health walk-in clinic for immunization and birth control could see its hours cut from five days a week to one due to a proposed smaller cash payment from Wasco County, the health district director said.
Summer camp June 20-26
Will honor vets, show town pride
Dee Hill opened her eyes briefly Tuesday morning and will have a third surgery today, Wednesday, after being accidentally shot Saturday by her husband, who has dementia.
Dee Hill in critical condition
From dusty to dazzling, pianos are repurposed by art students
Weak cash handling rules were targeted
Accepted to eight of the 11 elite college theater programs he auditioned for, The Dalles High School senior Jordan Palmer has settled on the prestigious Boston Conservatory. His freshman class will be the first to enter a new program at the conservatory called contemporary theater.
Krause says he will not resign post
Decking and plastering set
Skull bone to be replaced soon
Students gearing up for show
Brass panels get shined
Fan shows love with afghan
Art auction/reunion set
Bike donation group starts
Several fundraisers planned
Hands-on expo at Wahtonka
Volunteer Kathy Schwartz, asked by Wasco County to help study public health delivery options, believes a public health district is the best way to go and hopes to convince the county of it.
Grammy nominee here July 3
Thanks to its relocation to First Street, the Northwest Cherry Festival this year offers a rare glimpse into a little known era of local history: that of the Chinese settlement in The Dalles dating back to the 1880s.
Sock hop set for Saturday
Outdoor vendors will expand into fourth street near Civic
Victim wins punitive damages
Bike race coming Sunday
Remembering The Rt. Rev. Bishop Rustin Kimsey
MCMC gets sepsis training
Open house set April 15