• October 18 Prep Sports Roundup
    Football Hood River Valley 36, Forest Grove 22:  Tanner Fletcher scored three touchdowns in a return from injury while HRV’s secondary intercepted four passes to come back from a 14-0 deficit.   The Dalles 36, Estacada 14:  Okean Green ran for 139 yards and a touchdown while Gabe Helseth ran for 102 yards and threw […] The post October 18 Prep Sports Roundup […]
  • Cascade Locks Assault Under Investigation
    Hood River County Sheriff’s deputies are searching for a suspect in an assault early Thursday morning in Cascade Locks.  According to the Sheriff’s Office, a 69-year-old man was walking his dog along the 100 block of Wa Na Pa Street at about 3 a.m. Thursday when he was struck from behind by a blunt object.  […] The post Cascade Locks Assault Under Investigat […]
  • Westside Fire Seeks Levy Renewal
    The Westside Fire District in Hood River County is seeking a renewal of its five-year operating levy during the November 5 election.  The District has a base tax rate of 78 cents per one-thousand dollars of assessed property value, and in 2014 voters approved the 50 cent operating levy.  District board member John Beeman says […] The post Westside Fire Seeks […]
  • Fisheries Reopen
    Fisheries managers from Oregon and Washington will reopen the Columbia River to recreational sturgeon and coho fishing.  In a joint state hearing of the fish and wildlife departments from both states, fisheries managers decided to open the river for two additional days of recreational sturgeon fishing –Saturday and this coming Thursday – from the Wauna […] T […]
  • Hood River Bridge Deck Maintenance Starts Monday
    Biannual bridge deck maintenance welding on the Hood River-White Salmon Interstate Bridge will begin Monday at 9 a.m. and continue until the work is complete.  While the work is weather dependent, bridge users should plan for delays or seek alternate routes on weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for the next two weeks.  Flaggers […] The post Hood River Bridge Dec […]
  • October 17 Prep Sports Roundup
    Boys Soccer Ridgeview 1, Hood River Valley 0:  The Ravens scored the game’s only goal to move into a share of first place in the Intermountain Conference with HRV.   Girls Soccer Ridgeview 2, Hood River Valley 1:  The Ravens handed the Eagles their first conference loss of the season, and now the two teams […] The post October 17 Prep Sports Roundup appeared […]
  • WS Council Overturns Poucher Veto
    The White Salmon City Council voted unanimously Wednesday to override Mayor David Poucher’s veto of a single-use plastic bag ban ordinance.  Poucher says he is in favor of the plastic bag ban, but he was opposed to a mandatory ten-cent charge for paper bags included in the ordinance.  Councilor Marla Keethler noted the City went […] The post WS Council Overt […]
  • Skyline Hospital Asking For Levy Lid Lift
    Skyline Hospital is asking voters in west Klickitat County for a levy lid lift for the first time since 1997.  Klickitat County Public Hospital District #2 is asking taxpayers to raise the lid from 31 cents to 68 cents per thousand dollars of assessed property value.  District board member Jonathan Blake says they are looking […] The post Skyline Hospital As […]
  • October 16 Prep Sports Roundup
    Cross Country Columbia defeated Stevenson in a Trico League dual meet on Strawberry Island.  The Bruins’ Jacob Lockman won the boys’ race, and Joules Hope of CHS was the girls’ winner. The post October 16 Prep Sports Roundup appeared first on Gorge Radio.
  • WS Schools Work On Communication Plan
    The White Salmon Valley School District is working on a new communication plan in the aftermath of last month’s situation where social media rumors about a threat to the Columbia High School campus led to a number of parents pulling students out of school.  Superintendent Jerry Lewis says they are taking what they learned from […] The post WS Schools Work On […]