• Hoey To Become CEO Of Wheat Commission and Growers League
    Mid-Columbia Economic Development District Executive Director Amanda Hoey is leaving the organization to become the next Chief Executive Officer for the Oregon Wheat Commission and the Oregon Wheat Growers League.  Hoey has been with MCEDD since 2006, moving into the Executive Director role in 2008.  She grew up on a dryland wheat farm in Wasco […]
  • December 12 Prep Basketball Scoreboard
    Girls Basketball Sandy 56, Hood River Valley 38 Trout Lake 60, Stevenson 50   Boys Basketball Stevenson 101, Trout Lake 35 The post December 12 Prep Basketball Scoreboard appeared first on Gorge Radio.
  • Community Health Assessment Updated
    A wide variety of health care providers, government agencies, and non-profit groups have completed the 2019 version of a Community Health Assessment for seven Mid-Columbia counties.  The Columbia Gorge Health Council coordinates the study, which incorporates a wide range of topics that impact health, from social factors to access to care.  Providence Hood River Chief […]
  • The Dalles Hopes For Role In Small Business Revolution
    The Dalles Area Chamber of Commerce and the Main Street program are urging residents in The Dalles to take part in a social media campaign to be featured on the Small Business Revolution program available on various streaming programs.  The Dalles is among ten towns being considered to be featured on the program and have […]
  • Faulty Heater Causes Brief Courthouse Evacuation
    A faulty heater was determined to be the cause of smoke that led to the Wasco County Courthouse being evacuated on Wednesday.  The Wasco County Sheriff’s Office says the smoke was detected on the third floor of the building at about 8:50 a.m.  The Wasco County Sheriff’s Office, The Dalles Police Department, and Mid-Columbia Fire […]
  • D21 Planning Puts TDHS Replacement At Top Of List
    North Wasco County School District 21’s Long-Range Facilities Planning Community Meeting on Tuesday decided to start with replacement of The Dalles High School as the first priority in their ten-year plan to submit to the Oregon Department of Education, but they will convene one more meeting in January to receive a final draft.  Superintendent Candy […]