“Growing Oregon Gardeners: Level Up Series” is a monthly zoom series that kicks off Jan. 12 and offers education for the experienced gardener …
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A limited selection of in-person services are now available at 40 DMV offices across the state. Scheduling started June 1, and appointments be…
To the editor: With the resignation last year of John Huffman, the residents of House District 59 have been given the opportunity of replacing John with a potentially outstanding legislator. Darcy Long-Curtiss, a native and long term resident of The Dalles, is offering to serve local residents as our representative in Salem.
The number of referees available to preside over basketball games in five counties is declining to the point that it could soon adversely affect the ability of young athletes to compete. That’s the message being delivered by Chris Kaseberg, commissioner for the Mid-Columbia Basketball Association.
To the editor: I would like to share with you an experience I have never had before. Last week I ended up in the Mid-Columbia Medical Center’s emergency room. I liked it so much that within a few hours I was back for seconds. This time I got bumped up to ICU, where I was until Saturday.
To the editor: I have lived here in The Dalles most of my life. I really enjoy the climate and the people. What I don’t like is the cost of living here. It seems odd that my water and sewer minimum is over $100. My brother lives in Central Point and his bill for the same service is $42.50. We must be the highest in the state. I have seen many people I know retire and move to a more affordable place to live. Which means the local money paid into their retirement is spent in another community, not in The Dalles.