Huffman opposes, but will uphold
Wolves are expected to establish packs in central Oregon
As wolves make Oregon inroads, cattlemen warn troubles are growing
An inmate who crafted a jailhouse plot to murder a public official and two in-laws was sentenced Wednesday to two decades in prison without any possibility of early release.
For more than a decade, the water and sewer rates of some low-income residents in The Dalles have remained frozen, making them up to 69 percent lower than the charge for other customers.
Ecke stole thousands from elderly TD man
Course based on Secret Service training model
State bill will recognize era
Members of the North Central Livestock Association gathered in Maupin Saturday night for their second annual banquet and business meeting. The nonprofit organization of Sherman and Wasco County ranchers is headed by Keith Nantz, business partner for the Dillon Land and Cattle Company, which is headquartered in Dufur.
The Dalles City Councilor Dan Spatz has come up with the idea to further honor veterans at Kelly Viewpoint while capitalizing on the scenic setting.
Fattening aids cattle survival during winter weather
Before you can work with specific individual cows, you have to gather, identify and sort them.
Maupin rancher Keith Nantz rides his horse “Dude” into the corral at the Oak Springs Road ranch and dismounts to begin a long day’s work in weather that hovers in the low 20s. On the chore list this day is marking three-month-old calves with the Dillon Land and Cattle Company brand.
Council gives staff a work plan
Moisture means money for dryland wheat ranchers in a particularly dry year
By the end of April, 8.25 million square feet of free wi-fi coverage will be available through 77 access points in The Dalles and work continues to strengthen the system.
City manager will present revenue plan
City will look for $20,000 during budget cycle
Group organizes veteran events
Director expects ‘14 action
A Sellwood man has pleaded guilty to stealing four headstones from a Dufur cemetery and using them to landscape his yard.
U.S. Department of Labor guilty of using ‘economic duress’ against two Oregon blueberry farms in 2012.
Cowboy honors timeless code
Senator hopes policy changes will prompt return of manufacturers
Maupin rancher shares his skills with urban middle school students
Legislature will consider large funding requests, privacy issues
Wasco County Veterans’ Service Officer Russell Jones told city officials Monday that $1.1 million in compensation had been awarded to former military personnel in 2013.
The Dalles City Council learned Monday that local programs to serve veterans have become a “model” for the rest of the state, due largely to a high level of volunteerism.
Councilor wants goal review
Work group recommends changes to city policy
Wasco County District Attorney Eric Nisley said Thursday that a pending case involving the theft of headstones from four graves at a Dufur cemetery is a “first” for his career.
Compression bites revenues
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.”