• Ice Fountain Boil Order Lifted
    The Ice Fountain Water District has lifted a boil water order in the Barrett Drive and Country Club Road area.  District Manager Mark Beam said all tests on the water came back clean, allowing the boil order to be lifted.  The boil water order had been put in place after a fire hydrant was hit […] The post Ice Fountain Boil Order Lifted appeared first on Gor […]
  • Skamania County Sheriff Asks For Public Help In Disappearance
    The Skamania County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help as it continues to investigate the disappearance of a man that they believe was victim of foul play.  The whereabouts of 55-year-old William “Bill” Sutton remains unknown.  Deputies responded on October 9 to an area just north of Stevenson on a report of suspicious […] The post Skamania Cou […]
  • January 23 Prep Sports Scoreboard
    Boys Basketball Arlington 55, Dufur 54 Mabton 66,  Lyle-Wishram 62 Girls Basketball Stevenson 64, Columbia 47:  Kaitlyn Wenz had 18 points and eight rebounds to lead the Bulldogs.  Stevenson moved to 5-1 in the Trico League and stays within a game of first place King’s Way Christian. Dufur 36, Arlington 27 Damascus Christian 33, Trout […] The post January 23 […]
  • Wyden Holds Town Hall
    Oregon Senator Ron Wyden held a town hall meeting attended by about 60 people at the Hood River Middle School Auditorium.  Wyden fielded questions on a number of topics, most notably the status of the partial government shutdown now into its fifth week.  The Democrat said the fairest way out of the standoff over President […] The post Wyden Holds Town Hall a […]
  • Mosbrucker Supportive Of Wildfire Plan, But Funding Is A Hurdle
    Washington 14th District State Representative Gina Mosbrucker is supportive of the efforts of Public Lands Commissioner Hilary Franz to create a ten-year plan to strengthen how the state can prevent and respond to wildfires, but whether the money can be nailed down for it is a question.  Franz has released a ten-year plan as part […] The post Mosbrucker Supp […]
  • Skyline Plans Forum On Affiliation Exploration
    Skyline Hospital in White Salmon will hold a public forum this coming Monday evening to provide an update on the hospital’s exploration of a possible affiliation with a larger health system.  The public will be given the opportunity to ask questions.  Skyline Hospital board chair Les Dewey says they want to be transparent with the […] The post Skyline Plans […]
  • Wasco Cultural Trust Announces Grant Recipients
    The Wasco County Cultural Trust has announced its 2019 grant recipients.  Those receiving funds this year include The Dalles Wasco County Library for its artist residency program, the Dufur School District for its Storytellers program, St. Mary’s Academy to bring the Missoula Children’s Theater to the school to produce King Arthur’s Quest, Shannon Zilka for […]
  • January 21 Prep Basketball Scores
    Boys Basketball Crane 63, South Wasco 41 Powder Valley 36, Horizon Christian 33 Girls Basketball Crane 66, South Wasco 25 The post January 21 Prep Basketball Scores appeared first on Gorge Radio.
  • Some Ice Fountain Customers Under Boil Order
    Some Ice Fountain Water District customers in the Barrett Drive and Country Club Road area are under a boil water order after a fire hydrant was hit on Alameda Road, causing those customers to lose water pressure for a time.  District Manager Mark Beam says all of those affected have had their service restored, but […] The post Some Ice Fountain Customers Un […]
  • Hanel Site Fill Collection Nearly Complete
    Work to collect fill material from the log pond at the Lower Hanel Mill site is nearly complete.  Port of Hood River Executive Director Michael McElwee says the material was being moved to the Ken Jernstedt Airfield and distributed over much of the east end of the airport, and the ground it had been on […] The post Hanel Site Fill Collection Nearly Complete […]