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On Monday, Jan. 27, House Republican Deputy Leader Daniel Bonham (R-The Dalles), Jefferson County District Attorney Steven F. LeRiche and voices for the victims of quality of life crimes will provide details on House Bill 4122, also known as Ezra’s Law, at a press conference 1 p.m. in the Jefferson County Courthouse, 129 SW E St. in Madras.

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A new History Mystery photo, responses to last week's mystery photo, and looking back 100 years to see what happened on Jan. 24-25 over the decades.

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A bald eagle flies over Hess Park on the Washington side of the Columbia River last weekend. The raptors gather in numbers around The Dalles Dam on both sides of the river. The photographer counted over 40 of the large birds last weekend, counted from shore in Oregon and Washington. The Klic…

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The winning town in the Small Business Revolution’s voting competition, in which The Dalles competed with four other towns  to be the featured town of the fifth season of its business revitalization program, will be announced at 5 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 28, and a watch party will be held at The Dalles Civic Auditorium as the winner is declared.

Doors open at 4:30, with snacks and a no host bar in the community room.

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I3DMFG, a 3D metal printing company with corporate offices in Bend and a manufacturing facility at the Port of The Dalles continues to grow and is in the early stages of planning to expand or relocate its The Dalles plant, Greg Mercado, chief operations and quality officer in The Dalles, told members of The Dalles Rotary Wednesday.

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Mario Heredia of Columbia Cascade Housing Corporation was presented a check for $5,000 by Heather Wright, president of the Mid-Columbia Association of Realtors, at the association’s January meeting at the Best Western, Hood River Inn in Hood River.

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Beginning 7 a.m. Monday, Jan. 27, E. Scenic Drive will be closed for for approximately 14 days as Crestline Construction begins work on the E. Scenic Drive Stabilization, Phase 2 Project for the City of The Dalles.

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 On Saturday, Jan. 25, the 2020 Women in Agriculture Conference will offer women in Washington, Idaho, Oregon, Montana, Alaska and Hawaii a unique opportunity to gather in three different locations for a one-day event featuring knowledgeable speakers, inspiring stories, networking with other producers and practical advice for learning new skills.

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Representative Greg Walden (R-Hood River) released a statement Jan. 23 applauding the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for providing a new definition of “Waters of the United States” (WOTUS).

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A bald eagle flies over Hess Park on the Washington side of the Columbia River last weekend. The raptors gather in numbers around The Dalles Dam on both sides of the river. The photographer counted over 40 of the large birds last weekend, counted from shore in Oregon and Washington. The Klic…

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School board members had tough feedback Jan. 15 for proponents of starting a dual language immersion program, saying they liked the concept but the process felt rushed and lacked communication.

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Guests circulate in the showroom at Columbia Gorge Honda and Toyota during a “vote for The Dalles” party in support of the Small Business Revolution voting challenge. As of Monday, the city ranked second in voting, which ended after deadline for this issue, on Tuesday Jan. 21.

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Duane Witter struck out on his own this summer, starting Genesis Septic Solutions.

He did not have much of a choice. Fresh off a stint with Speedy Septic, Witter soon had a customer that needed a septic tank installed. He did the job after acquiring his Oregon Department of Environmental Quality license and bond.

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The Dalles is one step closer to being the featured town on Season 5 of Small Business Revolution, an online video program. The city is competing against four other U.S. towns: Benicia, Calif.; Fredonia, N.Y.; Livingston, Mont. and Spearfish, S.D. 

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Cascade Singers community choir welcomes new members for its spring season. Work has begun for a choir festival in February and the annual St. Patrick’s Day concert. A late-spring concert will feature a cantata and other works by J.S. Bach. The Singers meet under the direction of Miles Thomi…

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