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Many Oregon businesses are now allowed to reopen under the state’s Phase 1 guidelines, but attorneys have yet to determine how these eased social-distancing restrictions affect a federal lawsuit filed on behalf of several Oregon businesses requesting relief from the state’s coronavirus-relat…

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Guidelines for re-opening businesses offering child care, non-emergency medical services, outdoor recreation, personal services, restaurants and retail is scheduled in the Gorge May 14.

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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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At the direction of Governor Kate Brown, the Oregon Department of Revenue is adjusting requirements of businesses making estimated payments of the Corporate Activity Tax.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has affected so many, in our community and beyond. In this time of stay-at-home mandates, it’s no surprise that small businesses are struggling to keep their doors open.

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Dear Readers,

We will stop weekend editions after today and continue with a Gorge single mid-week edition starting next week. Revenue continues to be a struggle during the pandemic and we need to be sure we can cover our expenses as new ownership occurs.

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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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Cascade Cherry Growers in partnership with Pacific Coast Cherry Packers and sales marketer Sage Fruit Company are investing over $4 million into a cherry hydro-cooler and cold storage in Dallesport. They intend to have it operational by the start of harvest this June.

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Joy Reyneke found a way to communicate as a young child in South Africa.

She had a speech impediment, and she was bullied, she said

But when she got behind a lens, that all changed.

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Local real estate brokers, staff, and owners with Windermere Columbia River Gorge supported three local charitable organizations in the Columbia River Gorge area during 2019. Through the Windermere Foundation, a total of $3,650 was given to local charities supporting low-income children and families.

Mid-Columbia Medical Center (MCMC) Outpatient Therapy at Nichols Landing, Hood River, hosts its free Mommy Wellness series on Tuesdays from noon to 1 p.m. beginning March 10 and running through April 21. Each class will be facilitated by Laurie VanCott, MSPT.

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