• Body Found Near Mosier Identified
    The Wasco County Sheriff’s Office has identified the body found near Mosier last Saturday as that of 45-year-old Kael Sean Moran.  The Sheriff’s Office says Moran was a resident of Wasco County who had been reported as a missing person in September by The Dalles Police.  The Oregon State Police Crime Lab entered fingerprints into […]
  • Downtown Vision Subject Of The Dalles Meetings
    A “Community Vision for Downtown The Dalles” will be the focus of meetings of The Dalles City Council and the Columbia Gateway Urban Renewal Agency in the upcoming week.  The document was developed in a series of meetings involving downtown stakeholders, the public, and municipal officials.  It includes four vision statements encapsulating goals generated from […]
  • Port Of Hood River Plans October Single-Lane Bridge Closures
    The Port of Hood River says roadway asphalt repairs at the Oregon approach and bi-annual bridge deck maintenance welding will prompt several single-lane closures of the Hood River-White Salmon Interstate Bridge this month.  Bridge users should plan for delays or seek alternate routes from Monday at 8 p.m. to Tuesday at 2 a.m. for the […]
  • October 10 Prep Sports Roundup
    Football Hood River Valley 54, Putnam 40:  Trenton Hughes scored five touchdowns, four on passes by Ryan Gray, as the injury-depleted Eagles outscored the Kingsmen. The Dalles 54, Woodburn 18:  The Riverhawks rolled up 520 yards of offense, as Okean Green ran for 150 yards and two touchdowns, while Gabe Helseth passed for 122 yards […]
  • Harvest Fest Starts Friday
    The Hood River Valley Harvest Festival opens on Friday for its three-day run.  Farmers, artisan food producers, wineries, cideries and artists from the region will be gathered at the Waterfront Event Site for the 37th annual event.   Kate Schroeder of the Hood River County Chamber of Commerce says Friday will see opportunities for local residents […]
  • October 9 Prep Sports Roundup
    Cross Country Trout Lake was first and Columbia second in the boys’ team standings at the Estacada Invitational.  Justin Peck won the race for Trout Lake, which had four of the top nine finishers.  Dylan Beneventi of CHS was fifth, and Horizon Christian’s Josiah Sohal was sixth.  In the girls’ run Trout Lake was second […]

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