Volunteers with a local Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) were trained in January for everything from first-aid and “disaster psychology” to proper storage of household chemicals ahead of a disaster.
Dallesport Fire crews transport the driver of vehicle involved in a single-vehicle rollover crash on Interstate 197 at Dallesport Road Wednesday afternoon after extracting them from the vehicle, which appeared to have rolled at least once before coming to rest on its side.
Wasco County District Attorney Eric Nisley appealed to the Oregon Supreme Court a 30-day suspension of his law license for making a false statement to the state bar. On Thursday, the Supreme Court ruled he made four false statements and handed down a 60-day suspension.
The fire district has sued its union over use of a new logo, with both entities saying they created and used the logo first.
On Oct. 31 a judge temporarily banned the union from using its own version of the logo and a hearing on whether the ban should be made permanent is set for Dec. 18.
Police were called earlier this month on a report of a man walking around with a mop, with a pistol visible on the front of his belt. In a rarity, the responding officer took the man’s gun.
The Dalles High School officials reported to police Nov. 14 they believed a student brought a THC vape pen to school, which resulted in two other students being hospitalized, according to police logs. THC is the main active ingredient of marijuana.
The classroom of law enforcement officers all donned headphones and pushed “play” on the attached MP3 player.
What they heard was a staticky background noise, overlaid with snatches of conversation, and punctuated with random bursts of words—“disGUSting!” “stop it! Stop it now!”—along with giddy giggles and eerie, guttural growls.
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