Carcasses lead OSP troopers to other finds
Authorities seize meth, heroin
Deputies brave the elements for public safety, caution drivers to be wary
The Dalles Police Department is having problems getting officers to move into supervisory positions due to pay inequities.
Partnership changes blueprint for 2016
Chamber seeks help with holiday campaign
Gingerbread festival draws all ages together
ODOT gets ready for freeway speed increase
Mom calls for firefighters to rescue climber
Fifty-two people gathered for Monday’s town hall meeting to learn how establishing an Enterprise Zone in The Dalles has helped with job creation. “It’s a unique tool in terms of giving direct benefits to businesses,” said Arthur Fish, business incentives coordinator for Business Oregon, which oversees the zones.
A Mid-Columbia Fire and Rescue crew had to use the Jaws of Life Saturday morning to peel back the roof of a wrecked vehicle at the waterfront to extricate a seriously injured passenger.
Businesses report steady foot traffic Saturday
City, county, state officials will talk of enterprise zones
Group will work Dec. 9 to select top five or six finalists
Harvest in 2015 went better than expected, despite many challenges
‘Olaf’ kicks off annual Shop Local contest
Wife remembers man, cafe owner, and volunteer
Matthew Klebes, director of The Dalles Main Street, is promoting a new campaign that allows community members to show support for small businesses downtown. “Shop Small Saturday” takes place Nov. 28 and Klebes believes it will create an interactive opportunity for customers.
The Dalles Yacht Club is interested in taking over management of the marina and is likely to float a proposal by the port commission in the near future. In September, The Dalles Port Commission voted unanimously to get out of the marina business by the end of 2016.
Officials make final plans to relocate large male sea lion
Search warrants executed at Seventh Street apartments, Snipes Street residence
Tomb Guard seeks help to establish a National Salute
Chief deputy ready to lead local agency
Agencies offer a wide variety of services
Author takes readers on a western adventure starting in E. Oregon
Former addict wants more stores, revenue
YouthThink seeks more answers
Residents get a break for first time in 10 years
The marquee at the Granada Theater will soon be repaired and more letters and numbers purchased to allow full use of both sides.
City council signs contract with Slavin to begin search
Wife accused of stabbing husband in room
Email sent to city officials about maintenance needs
Oregon Republican is rooting for Paul Ryan to take position
Children, adults get a glimpse into country living at benefit for child center
City to seek out other development proposals
The Port of The Dalles hopes the end is near on the long journey to streamline the regulatory process for development of industrial lands.
Felons also jailed for having firearms in their possession
Officials favor Ga. firm to find new manager
Committee declines to give developer more time
Western themed event benefits area seniors
Believes process did not follow 'spirit of the law'
The Dalles City Councilor Dan Spatz is questioning how Mayor Steve Lawrence and his fellow council members arrived at the decision to fire city manager Nolan Young on Sept. 14.
Attorney hopes to retain services of fired manager
Keith Mobley, attorney for Q-Life Network, asked the board Friday to retain the services of Nolan Young, former city manager for The Dalles, to finish negotiating a deal to bring broadband to Maupin
Norwegian company plans to add jobs
Sapa Aluminum, Inc., buys employee-owned company
Sapa Aluminum, Inc., plans to add 15 new jobs to the current lineup of 56 workers at Northwest Aluminum Specialties, which it acquired Monday afternoon. The sale brings an end to an era as the name of the plant that recycles aluminum into core logs that can be used for a variety of products was changed within minutes after the sale.
Agency sets timeline to find new operator
Shop owner says unknown caller is using company name
Michael Holloran, chief organizer of Pig Bowl, said he was very sad to learn Sunday that one of the recipients of the 2015 competition – Lila May Schow — had died Sept. 12.
Young’s termination effective immediately
Judge Janet Stauffer has filed for a second six-year term as Circuit Court Judge of the Seventh Judicial District. Since May of 2010, she has served citizens in Hood River, Wasco, Sherman, Gilliam and Wheeler counties.
TD firefighters, police and citizens remember the fallen