• Port of HR Commission To Hold First Bridge Toll Hearing Tuesday
    The Port of Hood River Commission on Tuesday will hold the first of two public hearings on a proposed toll increase for the Hood River-White Salmon Interstate Bridge.  Under the proposal the cash toll for automobiles would go up from $1 to $2, while Breeze-By rates will go from 80 cents to $1.  Port Communications […]
  • TD Chamber To Cut Its Own Ribbon Thursday
    The Dalles Area Chamber of Commerce usually holds ribbon cuttings for new businesses in the area.  This Thursday they will hold one for themselves.  The Chamber will hold a ribbon cutting for its new building façade.  Chamber President Lisa Farquharson says a number of groups took part in making their building improvement happen.  The ribbon […]
  • TD Council & HR County Commission Holding Meetings
    Among the public meetings scheduled for Monday, The Dalles City Council will hold a work session at 5:30 p.m. in City Hall.  It’s the second such session in the past month to discuss tourism.  Tonight a focus will be on the use of the City’s transient room tax revenues.  Meanwhile the Hood River County Commission […]
  • October 13-14 Prep Sports Scoreboard
    Football Pendleton 32, Hood River Valley 6 Woodburn 14, The Dalles 6 King’s Way Christian 27, Columbia 21, overtime Castle Rock 24, Stevenson 15 South Wasco 82, Huntington 39 Lyle-Wishram 44, Liberty Christian 14 Granger 56, Goldendale 0   Boys Soccer Tualatin 7, The Dalles 1 Horizon Christian 4, C.S. Lewis Academy 0   Girls […]
  • Eagle Creek Fire Recovery Council Holds First Meeting
    The Eagle Creek Fire Recovery Council met for the first time Thursday.  The group appointed by Oregon Governor Kate Brown is made up of government and business representatives with advisors representing the public safety, natural resource recovery, economic development, and transportation sectors.  Oregon State 52nd District Representative Mark Johnson is the convener of the group.  […]
  • CGCC Board Appoints Presidential Search Committee
    The Columbia Gorge Community College Board of Education has assembled a 17-member search committee to take part in the school’s effort to find a new president.  The volunteer committee represents various public sectors as well as college students, faculty and staff.  The national search firm Gold Hill Associates led by CEO and former Portland Community […]

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