• Federal Street Plaza Considered
    Momentum is building toward a proposed public plaza to be located on Federal Street between First and Second Street in downtown The Dalles.  Last week about 40 to 50 people participated in what is known as a “charrette” to discuss potential options.  The Dalles Mayor Rich Mays says the goal is to create a place […]
  • February 25 Prep Basketball Roundup
    Boys Basketball Hood River Valley 64, The Dalles 55:  Alex Arbogast hit two three-pointers and then Emanuel Romero scored seven straight points as the Eagles forced three Riverhawk turnovers in the backcourt in a 13-2 flurry over the span of about 45 seconds midway through the fourth quarter to lift the Eagles to the win.  […]
  • Six Apply For Vacant TD City Council Position So Far
    There have been plenty of applications for the vacant Position 3 on The Dalles City Council.  Six people have applied to fill the seat that was left vacant when Russ Brown resigned.  The six to apply so far are Scott Randall, Lindsay Giamei, John Grant, Dan Richardson, Donna Lawrence, and Jeffry Stiles.  Applications for the […]
  • Mosbrucker Wants To Send Dollars Back To Taxpayers
    Washington State House and Senate Democrats released their proposed 2020 supplemental operating budgets Monday after the state’s Economic and Revenue Forecast Council said the state would collect an additional $1.1billion over the next four years, and Goldendale Republican Representative Gina Mosbrucker is advocating sending some money back to taxpayers.  Mosbrucker is on the House Appropriations […]
  • Dog Mountain Permits Available March 1
    The U.S. Forest Service will release online permits on Sunday for hikers headed to Dog Mountain on weekends from April 18 to June 14.  The permits are required to ensure public safety near Dog Mountain Trailhead, where congestion during the spring wildflower hiker rush created annual congestion and at least one fatal accident before permits […]
  • Pumped Storage Project Bill Before Senate
    Klickitat County Commissioner David Sauter is hopeful that a bill to designate the proposed Goldendale Pumped Storage Project as a “Project of Statewide Significance” will pass the Washington State Senate.  Sauter notes the bill has already passed the House unanimously, and has a hearing before a Senate committee on Tuesday.  Sauter has been talking with […]