A baseball glove used by The Dalles High School junior Clarence “Ziggy” Ziegenhagen a hundred years ago, in 1919, is back in town.`
Rose and Tom Clapham like to take their new rescue dog Sissy for a morning walk on the Riverfront Trail, before the heat of the day sets in.
But Wednesday morning, the retractable lead slipped from Tom’s hands and Sissy took off, the leash bouncing on the pavement behind her and scaring her further.
Kathryn Granados, left, pictured here with the Honorable Judge Janet L. Stauffer, graduated from Family Dependency Court on Tuesday, July 30, with many friends, family, and members of the Family Dependency Court team present. Granados was a participant in Family Dependency Court, a program d…
About a year ago, Brian Goodwin’s doctor told him he’d have to consider not working.
“At the time I laughed,” said Goodwin, but in mid-May, he did finally leave his job as principal of Wahtonka Charter School.
When the Dalles Police Sgt. Jeff Halter is acting in his role as a deputy medical examiner at an unattended death, he often has to say there’s no assumption something is criminal just because a police officer is there.
“I end up explaining that a lot to people,” said Halter, who has held that role since the late 1990s. “Just because we’re policemen that doesn’t mean we think you’ve done anything wrong.”v
A Friday night deluge that saw .79 inches of rain fall in just 20 minutes flooded parts of downtown The Dalles and put the city’s sewer treatment plant offline for five and a half hours.
Per direction from the Fish and Wildlife Commission at their Aug. 2 meeting, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildllife (ODFW) is closing all fishing (including catch-and-release) in the Columbia River around the mouth of the Deschutes River and in the lower Deschutes River from the mouth upstr…
The regional jail board agreed July 18 to hire Molly Rogers, the Wasco County juvenile director, for a 10-hour a week job overseeing the juvenile facility at the jail.
Brent Larson, who retired in June after nearly 24 years with The Dalles Police Department, always felt he was “a natural police officer” as a youth, when he defended kids against schoolyard bullies.
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