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Stephen Allen

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Donations requested for COVID-19 response effort

Press Release from Wasco, Sherman & Gilliam Unified Command As of publication of this post, there are six confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Wasco County...

A message from Fossil School District

Staff return to work today, lessons to students April 1 By Jon McMurray, Technology Director - Fossil Charter School In these never before seen and uncertain...

Area grocery stores rising to the challenge

Local grocery stores are family owned and an anchor of the communities.

Two test positive for Coronavirus in Wasco County

The Oregon Health Authority announced Wasco County’s first presumptive positive case of COVID-19 in a resident of the Oregon Veterans’ Home in The Dalles...

Gilliam County Updates

Gilliam County has launched a COVID-19 Community Resource Center. For the most up-to-date information, click here. Senior Meal Site The Arlington and Condon Senior Meal Site...

Mid-Columbia Health Center prepares for Coronavirus

The largest hospital in the area is racing to prepare for an influx of patients as the COVID-19 pandemic makes its way across the...

Gov. Brown’s second Executive Order forces more business closures

Several local businesses that were open Monday the 23rd learned that they would be closed on Tuesday. Governor Kate Brown was not happy that Oregonians ignored her...

COVID-19 Unified Command created for Gilliam, Sherman and Wasco counties

A Unified Command website to better respond to COVID-19 has been established for Sherman, Gilliam and Wasco counties. The Unified Command streamlines contact between...

Local businesses brace, bars to close for four weeks

March 19, 2020 Several events cancelled and tourism to area suffers The Dig In Diner in Fossil was excited to host their first St. Patrick’s Day celebration...

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