• December 13 Prep Basketball Scoreboard
    Boys Basketball Dufur 56, Columbia 39   Girls Basketball Stevenson 59, Trout Lake 50:  Stevenson’s Katie Rathgeber recorded a triple-double with 20 points, 10 rebounds, and 10 steals as the Bulldogs outscored the Mustangs 20-10 in the fourth quarter to grab the win.  Kaitlyn Wenz added 12 points and 16 rebounds for Stevenson.  Isabella Dean […]
  • Study Continues On Assisted Living Project For Klickitat County
    Work continues to determine feasibility of a potential assisted living facility just north of White Salmon.  Columbia Cascade Housing Corporation Executive Director Joel Madsen says they have an option agreement for a seven-acre parcel, and the seller’s goal is to help develop it into an assisted living facility with memory care.  Madsen notes there are […]
  • Wyden & Crapo Introduce Bill To Create SRS Endowment
    Senators Ron Wyden of Oregon and Mike Crapo of Idaho introduced legislation on Thursday to make the Secure Rural Schools program that expired at the end of fiscal year 2018 permanent by creating an endowment fund.  The two senators say the Forest Management for Rural Stability Act would provide stable, increasing and reliable funding for […]
  • December 12 Prep Sports Scoreboard
    Boys Basketball Sandy 88, Hood River Valley 68:  The Pioneers jumped out to a quick early lead thanks to a 32-point first quarter…and held the Eagles at arms-length after that.  Pierce Roeder scored 22 points to lead the Pioneers, while Carson Flores scored 30 for HRV. Stevenson 59, Riverside 54   Girls Basketball The Dalles […]
  • Woman Taken Into Custody After Nine-Hour Standoff
    A 51-year-old Parkdale woman was taken into custody early Wednesday morning after barricading herself in her home for nine hours.  According to the Hood River County Sheriff’s Office, Lisa Vieira fired several shots at a deputy after the officer arrived at her home to check on her welfare just before 5 p.m. Tuesday.  The deputy […]
  • Appeals Court Remands Wal-Mart Permit
    The decade-long saga of a proposal to build a Wal-Mart in The Dalles near Chenoweth Creek has taken another turn.  The Oregon Court of Appeals reversed and remanded back to the Division of State Lands a decision to award a wetland fill and removal permit for the project.  The group Citizens For Responsible Development took […]

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