Pat Ashmore will be sworn as the new police chief for The Dalles on Monday morning. Ashmore had been the Deputy Superintendent of the Oregon State Police in Salem, and is a native of The Dalles. He...
There has been a change in how Oregon families can receive referrals for child care services. Columbia Gorge Community College Child Care Partners had handle that service in the Mid-Columbia, but it..
The Northwest Mothers Milk Bank and Providence Hood River Memorial Hospital are hosting the Great Northwest Milk Drive to spotlight the importance of human donor milk for pre-term infants and to...
Street work will be starting Monday in The Dalles as City and Wasco County Public Works crews work together to chip seal several street surfaces. Work Monday will take place on Washington Street from.
Firefighters Wednesday afternoon battled a five-acre brush fire east of The Dalles above Interstate 84 at exit 87 east of The Dalles near Highway 30 and Interstate 84 east of the Amerities railroad...
Hood River Fire Chief Devon Wells is stepping down from his position effective September 2 to pursue other opportunities. Wells says he has had a wonderful career with the City, and has enjoyed being.
A public meeting has been scheduled for August in Parkdale to discuss the U.S. Natural Natural Resources Conservation Service, U.S. Forest Service, and Middle Fork Irrigation District's planning..
By a 4-1 vote, The Dalles City Council approved the first reading of a time, place, and manner ordinance for the processing, production, retailing, and wholesaling of recreational marijuana, but not..
With a new member on board, the Hood River City Council moved closer to establishing new zoning requirements for short-term housing rentals, instructing municipal staff to come back with an ordinance.
The Dalles City Council and the Columbia Gateway Urban Renewal Agency have entered into a new exclusive negotiating agreement with Tokola Properties for a mixed-use development at the former...
Felix Vail was the last person to see Mary Vail, Annette Vail and Susan Hensley.
Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson has relieved two officers of their police powers following a police-involved shooting that left a suspect dead
Unlike Donald Trump, the VP candidate responded calmly.
The investigation comes on the heels of two other hacks.
One suspect was taken into custody.