Oreogn Supreme Court justices intervene in local armed robbery case
Wasco County District Attorney Eric Nisley is relieved to put 2013 in the rear view mirror due to the peculiar — and sometimes heartbreaking — resolution of several major cases.
Defense attorney hopes high court will intervene in forcible drugging
New CGCC employee provides research
New program at Dufur, Maupin targets drug use
Scott Olenick pleads guilty to causing death of roommate
Manson photo reminds defense attorney of Constitutional shield
Google donation funds project
Standoff subject could be drugged against his will
Homeowners along Mill Creek, and some downtown business owners, are being asked by two public agencies to explore their flood insurance options due to the possibility of excessive runoff from a higher elevation as a result of damage caused by last summer’s wildfires.
Portable basketball hoop is on lightly traveled cul de sac off a dead end street.
Developer says project will get done
Federal, state and local partnership drives airport development
DA wants to compel medication
Wasco County Circuit Judge Janet Stauffer will decide by Dec. 18 whether an accused robbery suspect should be forcibly medicated for schizophrenia so he can aid in his own defense.
Increase averages 1.9 percent
Bus tour shows street improvement challenges
Higher operation costs blamed
A man who drove the wrong way on Interstate 84, led police on a high-speed chase, and attempted to ram three patrol cars is now idling behind bars for 70 months. “His behavior was irresponsible and outrageous,” said Wasco County District Attorney Eric Nisley. “He was very lucky that he or someone else wasn’t killed.”
Oregon Bar gives training on military culture, law
Gray skies but no rain on Nov. 11 ‘Thank You’ parade
Office covers largest geographic patrol area in state
Navy Veteran James Corsale, 92, recently visited the National World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C. He resides at the Oregon Veteran’s Home in The Dalles and joined the ranks of other former service members on the Journey of Heroes, a trip arranged by Wish of a Lifetime and Vital Life, two nonprofit organizations dedicated to honoring seniors.
Action is aimed at collecting on unpaid liens
Cyclists sought for committee
Councilor: 'This just seems weird to me'
LOC report educates citizens about tax system
Local residents treat veterans to a woodsy weekend
MCMC administrators not liable
Marti Hunt missed only one day of work during weeks of chemotherapy for breast cancer because she was determined to keep life as normal as possible.
Hospital chief testifies to lack of information
Diane Storby, vice-president of operations at Mid-Columbia Medical Center, was asked Thursday why she hadn’t asked police to investigate a patient’s sex abuse complaint in 2008.
Closing arguments scheduled Monday
Doctors and nurses talk about crowded MCMC operating room
MCMC chief offered to set meeting with police Brenda Allen, the woman credited with “bringing down Dr. Frederick Field” took the stand Friday as the last witness in the plaintiff’s civil trial against Mid-Columbia Medical Center.
Events occurred in 2006-07 First Christian Church in The Dalles is being sued for millions by the female victim of a former youth minister who pleaded guilty to sex abuse in May 2013.
Kafoury: Victims could have been fewer The attorneys for three women molested by Dr. Frederick Field say the number of victims could have been reduced if hospital officials had not ignored a series of “red flags” over a three-year period.
The attorney for Mid-Columbia Medical Center provided information during an opening statement at the start of the current civil trial that was subsequently refuted by the plaintiffs’ attorney.
A 72-year-old caregiver from Antelope has been sent to prison for helping herself to money in the checking account of a widower and forging the deed to give herself the house of another.
Attorney Gregory Kafoury orchestrated a line of questioning Friday intended to show Mid-Columbia Medical Center’s failure to be forthcoming about sex abuse complaints against an anesthesiologist could have provided him with time to molest an employee.
Andrew Efaw, an attorney from Colorado, warned jurors Wednesday to be on the lookout for “red herrings” in the civil trial against Mid-Columbia Medical Center taking place at the Wasco County Courthouse in The Dalles.
Portland attorney Gregory Kafoury promised jurors in his opening remarks Wednesday that their service in the multi-million civil suit would be “one of the memorable experiences of your lifetime.”
The multi-million dollar civil suit against Mid-Columbia Medical Center began Tuesday and revolves around the 2012 conviction of Dr. Frederick Field, an anesthesiologist, for sexual abuse of patients and co-workers.
Judge Paul Crowley lectured the jury in a multi-million lawsuit against Mid-Columbia Medical Center Wednesday, Oct. 3, about posting messages about their service on Facebook or through other forms of social media.
Meeting will cover first round of land use law changes
The civil trial against Mid-Columbia Medical Center involving the sexual abuse of patients by a former anesthesiologist begins today, Oct. 1, in the Wasco County courtroom of Judge Paul Crowley.
A Google executive announced at Thursday’s groundbreaking ceremony in The Dalles that $600 million will be invested in a new data center, three times the requirement for a tax break.
Internet giant saves millions, will still pay most taxes in county
Mid-Columbia Medical Center is hoping to reduce the high rate of advanced-stage colon cancer in the area with an unusual show-and-tell for businesses and organizations.
Public hearings set next week The City of The Dalles and Wasco County have negotiated an agreement with Google to provide the company with millions in tax breaks in exchange for a long-term investment in public services.
The City of The Dalles and Wasco County have negotiated an agreement with Google that will provide the company with a start-up tax break for new facilities in return for an $800,000 per year investment into public services.