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A sign at The Dalles Inn reminds passing motorists that more than 40 restaurants and pubs have takeout available in The Dalles, despite dining room closures and restrictions on gatherings. A full list of businesses open for takeout — members and non-members alike — can be found on the home p…

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Mid-Columbia Economic Development District (MCEDD) has announced an Aug. 13 deadline for businesses and nonprofits in Hood River, Sherman and Wasco Counties to receive COVID-19 Emergency Business Assistance Grants through Business Oregon.

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Zim’s Brau Haus Restaurant and Sports Bar in The Dalles has temporarily closed their doors after an employee tested positive for COVID-19 last week.

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Because of the Gorge’s reliance on the summer tourism industry, many businesses are now struggling to maximize profits while working within COVID-19 restrictions so that they can survive the winter. 

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Inspired by a matching donation of up to $250,000 from the Windermere Foundation, Windermere Real Estate offices in 10 states have raised $690,000 for food banks in their communities, exceeding the original goal of the fundraising challenge of $500,000. 

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The Granada Theater in The Dalles has received a $90,000 grant for a new heating and cooling system at the historic 1920s era theater.

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Mask distribution in Hood River County saw a burst of activity Friday in front of the County Administration Building.

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July is "All About The Cherry" in The Dalles, where The Dalles Area Chamber of Commerce is focusing on cherries throughout the month of July.

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Diana Murphy of Murphy’s Family Watering Hole, Bingen’s newest restaurant, acknowledges that her loyal customers from Chip’s Tavern “miss their tater tots.”

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The Great Cherry Hunt — Businesses signed up with The Dalles Area Chamber of Commerce for “all about the cherry” received a wooden cherry to hid in their place of business, cherry stickers to give participants, participant entry forms for drawing and a social media kit for promotion. 

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A majority (70 percent) of employees at the Mid-Columbia Center for Living (MCCFL) submitted union authorization cards on Thursday, June 11, indicating their intention to form a union with Oregon AFSCME Council 75, according to a press release from union organizers.

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Mid-Columbia Medical Center is permanently closing The Spa at Water’s Edge in The Dalles. The spa has been closed since mid-March as part of the statewide coronavirus shutdown.

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Oregonians are getting back outdoors just in time to encounter newborn fawns, elk calves and other young wildlife in the wild or even in their backyard. This is the time of year when deer fawns are born — and there is a chance you will come upon one that’s all alone.

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