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TD City Council Mulls Dispensary Issue

The Dalles City Council once again discussed medical marijuana dispensaries and whether to consider a one-year moratorium on those facilities.  City Attorney Gene Parker said the League of Oregon Cities is still evaluating the options municipalities might have under the law approved by state legislators in 2013.  Continue reading

Benson Bridge Still Closed

Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area officials are asking hikers to honor the closure of the historic Benson Bridge across Multnomah Falls to pedestrian traffic.  Fencing closing off the bridge area was installed due to safety concerns following damage from a rock fall that occurred in early January.  But Scenic Area officials report the fencing has been repeatedly vandalized allowing illegal access into the closure area. Continue reading

March 24 Prep Sports Roundup


The Dalles 14, Franklin 3:  The Eagle-Indians scored six runs in the first inning to take control early.  Gordy Harris and Zach Cantrell drove in three runs each, while Nolan McCall slammed a two-run homer. Continue reading

The Dalles Makes Smithsonian Small Town List

The Dalles has made Smithsonian Magazine’s list of the America’s Best Small Towns to Visit.  The magazine says it has singled out 20 communities for particular strengths in history, music, visual arts, learning, food, theater, and science. Continue reading

Missing Man Is Back

A 23-year-old man from The Dalles who had been reported missing one week ago has returned.  The Dalles Police Chief Jay Waterbury says Travis Church was with his parents over the weekend, and the missing persons case has been cleared. Continue reading

Leaders For Tomorrow May Come To D21

Thanks to a grant to The Next Door, Inc. from the Ford Family Foundation…the Leaders for Tomorrow program is looking to expand into North Wasco County School District 21.  The program that introduces Continue reading