• Project ELFF Rolls This Week
    The Mid-Columbia Fire and Rescue Volunteer Association, Dallesport Fire District, The Salvation Army, and St. Vincent dePaul will be conducting the 2016 Project ELFF (Everyone Loves a Fire Fighter) canned food drive this week in The Dalles.  Fire trucks will be out and collecting canned food donations on the east side of The Dalles Tuesday […]
  • Port of HR Applies For FASTLANE Funds For Bridge Planning
    The Port of Hood River Commission has given the go-ahead for making an application to the U.S. Department of Transportation’s FASTLANE program for funding for preliminary planning for a replacement of the Hood River/White Salmon Interstate Bridge.  Port Communications and Special Projects Director Genevieve Scholl says they will be submitting to the small grants program, […]
  • D21 Moving Into Next Phase Of Facilities Planning
    North Wasco County School District 21 is moving into the next phase of long-term facilities planning, aiming towards going to voters with a bond measure in the near future.  Superintendent Candy Armstrong says they have a facilitator in place, and the process of coming up with names to take part in a group that will […]
  • Public Meeting On Future Of Dams Tuesday
    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Bureau of Reclamation and Bonneville Power Administration will hold one of a series of public meetings in preparation for an environmental impact statement on operations of 14 federal dams on the Columbia and Snake rivers and salmon restoration in The Dalles on Tuesday.  The meeting is one of 15 […]
  • December 2-3 Prep Sports Scoreboard
    Boys Basketball Hood River Valley 66, Redmond 37 Sandy 73, The Dalles 54 Columbia 60, Lyle-Wishram 35 Perrydale 53, Dufur 43 Sherman 79, Grant Union 53 Sherman 85, Stanfield 67 South Wasco 53, North Lake 28 Damascus Christian 37, South Wasco 24 Damascus Christian 40, Klickitat 24 Klickitat 57, North Lake 38 Horizon Christian 61, […]
  • Walden To Chair House Energy And Commerce Panel
    Oregon Second District Congressman Greg Walden was tabbed by the House GOP Steering Committee to be the next Chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee.  The Republican from Hood River will be the first chair of that panel, the oldest standing legislative committee in the House, from the Pacific Northwest.  The Energy and Commerce […]

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