Jones said new form will make process more efficient
Witness saw feline shot with arrows
Red Cross provides clothing, temporary shelter
Ranchers given state, federal status update
Mini-museum set up in Second Street storefront
Walden seeks to honor local soldier who fell in battle
Councilor finds way to resolve siting controversy
Senator given lei in return
Fundraiser supports advocacy programs
Wolf display, discussion will conclude all-day event
Soldier shows thanks for care packages
Dallas Swafford and an administrative team are moving on several fronts to meet generational needs at the Oregon Veterans’ Home in The Dalles.
The Paddle Wheel Lounge offers live vocals and piano for entertainment. The Show Lounge is an activity center during the day, featuring everything from BINGO to magic acts, and is the scene for live musical entertainment every night. During the past year, the Empress has won accolades from critics for its dining experiences and hospitality. Lunder takes pride in those reviews because it means the hard work going on behind the scenes is gaining good reports from guests. “They get to enjoy such beautiful scenic views and we provide them with information about the history of the river and the communities they visit,” he said.
News director tackles new research project
Opponents say achievement is tied to funding
Dispensaries treated as pharmacies
Walden seeks two-year funding extension
Council ponders regulations for dispensaries
Weed said timing is right for exit
Firefighters locate a body inside gutted TD residence
Wilson wants to keep youth in industry
Firefighter reflects on 40 years of service
Representatives from three community organizations — Fort Dalles Fourth, YouthThink and Youth Empowerment Shelter — requested funding Monday, March 9, from The Dalles City Council.
The Bazinga Bots of The Dalles High School are one of 72 robotics teams from 12 states headed to the Western Regional Tournament March 27-29 in Oakland, Calif.
Questions remain unanswered
A neon sign museum may be sited in downtown The Dalles within the next two years, which city officials believe will attract more tourists and create other economic development opportunities.
Medical bills have piled up
Huffman worries about costs being passed on to families
Ranchers, businesses protest added fuel expense
Stabilization project winds up in June
New funds available for housing upgrades
Woman seeks faces of Vietnam vets
Code change allows action on private lots
The work is meticulous and requires precision placement of the cork handle, reel seat, end cap and guides, but Lane Magill finds building fishing rods to be a source of relaxation.
Mayor moves ahead with ‘bike-friendly’ focus
The honor of your presence is requested Friday for a gathering of princesses
Ashley Elton survives toxic shock
City officials work toward resolution of complaints
Traffic on Interstate 84 is now restricted to one lane in each direction for 3.8 miles within The Dalles city limits. Bob Townsend, assistant project manager for the Oregon Department of Transportation, said the orange barrels blocking off the east and west right lanes were put up Monday.
Council receives $45,000 in funding requests
New card for services comes with caveats
Goal list based on six values
New taxes could top 25 cents
Officials seek more safety measures
Mother of two has made exercise a priority
Diet, exercise play key role in battle
Officials also eye residential infill standards
The legalization of recreational marijuana by Oregon voters has state officials scrambling to figure out where pot should be sold and how to go about regulating, and taxing, transactions.
Federal official stops in TD for 75th town hall
Bloomberg, Dems to push for more laws