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The Dalles — If you’ve been wondering what new businesses are planned for the renovation of the old Recreation Building, at least part of the …

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A meeting was held Monday, Dec. 28 at Zim’s Brau Haus in The Dalles to discuss businesses around the state planning to open for on-premises bu…

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A group of businesses in Wasco County have been strategizing and preparing for a legal battle as they seek to challenge the governor’s order r…

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The Dalles is in the running to be on a TV show that would bring a $500,000 investment to six local small businesses and the community.

It was recently named a top 10 finalist to be featured on “Small Business Revolution,” a web series available on Amazon Prime and Hulu

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With two engineering reports calling for immediate demolition of part of the Recreation Building downtown, a special meeting is set for Wednes…

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An estimated 11.6 tons of water weight fell on the Recreation Building’s roof during a storm Aug. 9, and officials heard Tuesday the city’s urban renewal agency has insurance on the structure, whose viability has been unknown since its roof began failing.

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The sidewalk and one travel lane in front of the Recreation Building downtown on East Second Street were blocked off Saturday night after it was learned the front of the building was sagging and at risk of collapse.

Jersey barriers were to be brought in Monday to make a more substantial barrier, said Steve Harris, director of the city’s community development department.

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A “fun-raiser” live and silent auction for the proposed Gorge Youth Center raised about $10,000 July 31.

The event, held at the Last Stop Saloon, drew about 125 to150 people, said Dennis Catmull, the capital campaign director for the proposed facility, which would go on property immediately east of Columbia Cinemas on West Seventh Street.

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The new owners of the Recreation Building downtown received a $200,000 state grant to help restore the façade of the building. Todd Carpenter and his wife Carla McQuade applied for the grant through The Dalles Main Street for funding provided by Oregon Heritage, a division of the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department.