Gorge Youth Mentoring (GYM), a program of The Next Door, announces its summer-time virtual fundraiser: GYM Gets You Moving!
Ariana Acevedo knew she wanted to study music in college. Aiming high, she looked into Juilliard, but found the famous school leans more to the classical side: Think music theory and Mozart.
THE DALLES — For years, employers across the nation have struggled to find employees with relevant skills. In the U.S., high school students receive much less work-based learning than in other countries even though there is evidence that students involved in career and technical education du…
Montana State University has announced its undergraduate honor rolls for spring semester 2021. There are two MSU honor roll lists, the President’s List and the Dean’s List. To be eligible for the lists, students must have earned in at least 12 college- level credits.
The Dalles High School Graduation will be taking place Saturday, June 5, 2021 beginnng at 10:30 a.m. at Sorosis Park. The first potion of the ceremony will be the procession of the graduates, the hearing of speakers, and the ceremonial moving of tassels. In order to keep attendance low, only…
Ariana Asevedo — Harris & Anna K. Stout Memorial Scholarship; The Dalles High School Student First Generation Scholarship; Carter Family Orchards Scholarship and Randy Rood Memorial Scholarship.
For Ashlyn Jones, attending The Dalles’ Riverbend Community School has been nothing short of life-changing.
Jones, 16, of The Dalles, says she used to struggle with her grades. She didn’t get along with her teachers. She didn’t think college was a viable option for her.
Not anymore. Since enrolling at Riverbend in November, Jones is thriving, loves her classes, and is thinking of attending culinary school — a dream she had previously deferred because she didn’t think she would get good enough grades to get in.
Jesse Larson earned good marks in preschool, but he remembers realizing in first grade, at the tender age of 6, that he had to really apply himself to get top grades.
The Dalles — Money earmarked for the school district over the past five years from an early Google enterprise zone agreement has funded physical repairs and improvements throughout the North Wasco County School District 21 (D21), Chief Financial Officer Kara Flath told the Wasco County Board of Commissioners last Wednesday, May 5.
Only 3.4 percent of applicants got accepted to Harvard this year, the most competitive year in the university’s history. And Yahir Santillan-Guzman of The Dalles High School is still in shock that he’s one of them.
Columbia Gorge Community College is bucking a statewide trend as one of Oregon’s only community colleges with growing enrollment despite pandemic restrictions.
The North Wasco County Education Foundation has launched a new Spring Pledge Drive, with a goal of raising $10,000 to bolster their programs that support the North Wasco County School District #21. As we all know, this past school year has been incredibly difficult for students, teachers, pa…
Colorful arrows and bright blue dots — hundreds of them — welcomed students back this week to Parkdale Elementary School, a place most students have not seen for a year.
Gorge residents are invited to participate in a celebration of the life, work and dreams of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. — virtually — on Monday, Jan. 18. The theme of this year’s celebration, sponsored by Gorge Ecumenical Ministries (GEM), is a paraphrased quote by Dr. King: “We are tied…
The Dalles — North Wasco County School District has appointed Dr. Judy Richardson to serve as a member of the school board for Zone 7, according to a news release.
Two local medical professionals are part of a new charitable organization to address the worsening decline in the college enrollment of women that has spiraled downward since the COVID pandemic began earlier this year.
Robotics students from The Dalles will host their first remote VEX robotics tournament, “Salute to Service,” Saturday, Nov. 21. The event will be live streamed via the Wasco County 4-H Facebook page.
The Dalles High School Drama Department’s production of The Radio Play Disaster by Don Zolidis continues Nov. 19-20. Harlan Bean, the self-proclaimed genius, is attempting to make history with his sci-fi radio masterpiece “Battle of the Planets.” Unluckily for him, his play is in the hands o…
Ruby red grapefruit and California naval oranges are being sold in the annual AFS Exchange Student fundraiser now through Nov. 18. A 20 pound box of either or a mixed box of both is $25; a 1 pound package of fresh pecan halves is $15. Order now, fruit arrives Dec. 12.
Oregon has issued new school metrics and updated guidance last week that will make it easier for in-person instruction to resume and emphasizes returning elementary school students to the classroom.
The Oregon Department of Education (ODE) previously released guidance for schools which detailed a variety of learning paths they may take during the 2020/2021 academic year.
- MAINTENANCE MANAGER NORCOR Corrections
- FARMERS IRRIGATION is HIRING
- SENIOR PLANNER Long Range
- HOOD RIVER COUNTY IS
- Wanted Orchard Equipment Operator/Basic Maintenance person.
- ASSEMBLY MECHANIC & WELDER Signing
- Hiring School Bus Drivers for the Columbia River Gorge
- Permit Specialist - The Dalles
- Wanted Experienced Orchard Worker/Tractor Driver
Headlines straight to your inbox!
News and Info from our Community Partners
Information from the News and our advertisers (Want to add your business to this to this feed?)
Sorry, there are no recent results for popular images.
Sorry, there are no recent results for popular videos.
- Next Door, Inc: ‘GYM Gets You Moving’
- First Book promotes joy of reading
- Last Stop Saloon fined by OSHA
- The Dalles high school grad accepted to top music school
- The Dalles Police Department welcomes new chief
- The Dalles looks to improve playoff position
- IMC swim teams converge on HR Aquatic Center for 2021 district championships
- Lady Riverhawks get win on Senior Night