• Easter Egg Scramble At Sorosis Park April 4!

    The Griffith Motors/Bicoastal Media Easter Egg Scramble is Saturday, April 4 at 11 a.m. at Sorosis Park in The Dalles, and is open to ages 1-10!

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    Click here to go to Oregon E-Deals and save during our post-auction sale!

  • Fruit Frost Report

    Meterologist Erik Moldstad presents the Columbia Gorge Fruit Growers Fruit Frost Report nightly through the spring on Newsradio 1300/103.9 FM brought to you by Oregon Cherry Growers.

  • The Good Buys Coupon Book Is Now Online!

    The Bicoastal Media Good Buys Coupon Book is free at businesses throughout the Mid-Columbia, with thousands of dollars in savings! You can also get it at goodbuyscoupons.com and on your Android phone.

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  • Road Projects Set For The Area In The Coming Week

    There are road projects slated for Hood River and The Dalles next week. The Port of Hood River Interstate Bridge will have single lane closures Monday through Friday of next week between 9 a.m. and 2.

  • TD Public Works Says Water Line Insurance Letter Being Received

    The Dalles Public Works Department says some local residents are receiving a letter from several insurance companies trying to sell water line insurance. The department says the Oregon Insurance...

  • March 26 Prep Sports Roundup

    Baseball Hood River Valley 4, Columbine (CO) 0: Dallas Buckley and Kellen Duffy combined on a five-hit shutout as the Eagles snapped a three-game losing streak to finish their Arizona trip on a high..

  • House Approves County Forest Payment Extension

    The House Thursday approved a measure that contains a two-year extension of county forest payments. Oregon Second District Congressman Greg Walden had the extension placed in a bill that would...

  • King Hopes Transportation Package Agreement Can Be Reached

    Washington State Senate Transportation Chair Curtis King is hopeful agreement can be reached with the House on a transportation package, but he adds it won't happen without passage of Department..

  • K-12 Rhetoric Continues In Oregon Legislature

    The rhetoric surrounding the K-12 education budget continues to increase in the Oregon Legislature. Republican 52nd District Representative Mark Johnson took issue on the House floor with remarks...

  • March 25 Prep Sports Roundup

    Baseball Legend (CO) 5, Hood River Valley 3: Patrick Harvey pitched a two-hitter, but four HRV errors led to five unearned runs. The Eagles have lost three straight on their Arizona trip after...

  • The Dalles Urban Renewal Approves Elks Lodge Plan

    The Dalles City Council, acting in its capacity as the Columbia Gateway Urban Renewal Agency, approved purchasing the Elks Lodge building downtown and conveying it to developer David Benko to...

  • Huffman Disappointed In Subcommittee Vote

    Oregon 59th District State Representative John Huffman said he is disappointed the Ways and Means Education Subcommittee he is a part of moved forward a $7.255 billion K-12 education budget. Huffman..

  • WA House To Unveil Budget Friday; Senate May Wait

    Washington House Democrats will unveil their state budget proposal on Friday, but when the majority caucus in the Senate will do the same is unknown. Republican 14th District State Senator Curtis...

Nigerians Continue Voting After Violence, Technical Hitches

Sunday, March 29, 2015 5:02am

Nigerians continue voting Sunday, after technical hitches and despite some extremist violence

High Turnout as Uzbekistan Votes for President

Sunday, March 29, 2015 5:01am

High turnout as Uzbekistan votes in presidential election certain to keep Karimov in power

Vettel Wins Malaysian GP to End Mercedes Streak

Sunday, March 29, 2015 4:46am

Ferrari's Vettel wins Malaysian Grand Prix to halt Mercedes F1 winning streak at 8

Leading Suspect in Tunisia Museum Attack Killed

Sunday, March 29, 2015 4:43am

Tunisian prime minister: Leading suspect in museum attack killed in anti-terrorism raids

Cameroon Residents Kill Suspected C. African Republic Rebels

Sunday, March 29, 2015 4:40am

Cameroon residents kill suspected Central African Republic rebels during kidnapping attempt