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For the first time in its nine-year history, the Warming Place, an overnight winter shelter for the homeless, was unable to open a few cold... [Read More]
The Sherman Huskies defeated a pair of 2A schools earlier this season by large margins. Their first big test came in the form of... [Read More]
For the first time since the 2015-2016 season, the South Wasco county boys basketball team earned a tournament championship after pulling wins against Crow, Mohawk... [Read More]
Last year, The Dalles scored 45 points and placed 16th out of 20 schools at the Muilenburg Wrestling Tournament in La Grande. This time... [Read More]
Senior News, by Scott McKay... [Read More]
Police, fire, and medical reports from December 12... [Read More]
To the editor: One of the difficult responsibilities of a person who has been enlightened by the one truth is that he must testify... [Read More]
To the editor: Decades after Celilo Falls was taken away for all time, we are finally making progress with restoring tribal housing. This Federal... [Read More]
A president who could laugh at himself (Steve and Cokie Roberts) [Read More]
The Dalles—Wasco County Public Library has announced their next Maker in Residence, New York digital artist and innovator Aaron Nelson. [Read More]
Entertainment listings and calendar for December 12... [Read More]
The Bistro at Water's Edge will be closed and the physical therapy gym space shifted around to make way for an urgent care clinic, Mid-Columbia... [Read More]
Bipartisan legislation to protect endangered salmon and steelhead from sea lion predation has been passed by the U.S. Senate. "For too long, predatory sea... [Read More]
Lloyd Walworth, a beloved retired high school choir teacher and founder of a community choir, died last Friday, Dec. 7, after a several-month battle with... [Read More]
Community members turned out in force Saturday morning for the Community Day portion of the Festival of Trees, sponsored by Avenue Properties — The Gorge. [Read More]
The Oregon Wheat Foundation (OWF) is accepting scholarship applications through Feb. 1. [Read More]
Learn about the history of railroading in the Columbia River Gorge from Bill Burgel, former chief train dispatcher for Union Pacific, Friday, Jan. 25 at... [Read More]
From the archives of The Dalles Chronicle... [Read More]
Much of a century has passed since the federal government promised to replace tribal housing lost when dams inundated fishing villages along the Columbia River.... [Read More]
Volunteers were sorting donated food items destined for Christmas boxes during the ELFF Food Drive (Everybody Loves a Fire Fighter) Wednesday night. The three-day... [Read More]