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Condon Chamber moves to Dunn Bros. Building

One of the region’s best-known entities is moving into one of region’s most iconic buildings. The Condon Chamber of Commerce has just inked a lease...

Cascade Locks Earns $2.4 Million Federal Infrastructure Investment

Federal resources for power supply improvements will help support business growth in Hood River County Washington, D.C. – U.S. Sens. Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley...

Waste Management – Steady Despite Pandemic

Gilliam County’s largest employer, Waste Management, made a bold commitment in the early days of the COVID pandemic: to keep everyone employed. That pledge...

Difference Maker: K’Lynn Lane

These are very challenging days for most Chambers of Commerce around the United States. The coronavirus has forced many businesses to close or to...

3 dozen rally for Black Lives Matter in Oregon’s smallest county

Wheeler County is the least populated county in Oregon and it is also one of the least ethnically diverse counties in the state. Approximately...

Dozens gather to oppose racism at Sherman vigil

by Jessica R. Wheeler Several dozen Sherman County residents gathered under cloudy skies Monday evening for a candlelight vigil at the county courthouse in Moro,...

Historic Wasco Market under new ownership

By Jessica R. Wheeler Ownership of the Wasco Market changes hands this week, marking the end of an era for retiring owner Gary Hayden and...

Biggs to get more than $2 million for water infrastructure investment

Funding will help establish reliable water source for residents, essential services Washington, D.C. – Oregon’s U.S. Senators Jeff Merkley and Ron Wyden today announced that the Biggs...

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...

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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